We are pleased to bring you a list of the most recognized restaurants in Peabody by TripAdvisor and Restaurantji. We have contrasted several sources to ensure this list is accurate. We also have listed the restaurants according to categories such as fine restaurants, moderately priced, and local cuisine, so you have plenty of room to choose. But why do we do this? We are just happy to communicate you can eat at your favorite restaurants during your braces treatment. So, please enjoy!
Best Restaurants in Peabody
Pellana is an American Steakhouse with an exclusive and fascinating environment. It is the perfect restaurant for a fine celebration. Pellana prides itself on being the winner of the “Wine Spectator Award of Excellence” for ten consecutive years from 2009 to 2018. You can enjoy a “Serious Steak,” a 28-ounce Prime Porterhouse, and accompany it with one of their list of over 450 bottles of wine from different regions worldwide. With over 200 reviews and a rating of 4.5, Pellana is one of the top restaurants in Peabody. Pellana also has gluten-free options to enjoy its excellent gastronomic offer.
Italian food is one of our favorites. Petrillo is what customers call “an authentic Italian restaurant.” A family environment and “al dente” pasta will make you feel like Italy is just a few corners from home. At Petrillo, portions are large, and the price is moderate. With over 200 reviews, Petrillo has an average rating of 4.5.
It is Sushi time, “Totemo yo.” Sushi is indeed a Japanese delicacy. At Maki Sushi Bar & Grill, you have it all. Who can resist an “Incredible Hulk Roll,” a tempura shrimp, spicy tuna, and avocado topped with snow crab and dressed with spicy mayo, kabayaki glaze, and sriracha? Maki has a Google rating of 4.7 stars, which means we have a perfect one in Peabody.
Yes, small but cozy and has great food. If you are looking for a delicious breakfast, this is the place to be. At “The Little Depot Diner,” you will enjoy your best “Rock n’ Roll” bands and artists in a breakfast named after them. The “Ozzy’s All Aboard” is a must. Also, “The Chuck Wagon” with three eggs, three portions of bacon, three sausages, and a giant pancake, served with homefries or beans, is the best way to start a day. However, the Traditional Benedict Eggs with ham steaks topped with two poached eggs and the Hollandaise sauce will make you feel on top of the world. A perfect combination of good food, incredible service, great value per dollar, and a cozy atmosphere has served to be at the top of the restaurant ranking in Peabody. “The Little Depot Diner” has over 150 reviews with a rating of 4.5. This restaurant also has gluten-free options.
Now that you have a reasonably good list of restaurants, you can enjoy some delicious dishes in Peabody. Now it’s time to know the kinds of food you can eat using braces.
The Best Diet to Eat With Braces
Having braces doesn´t have to be torture, especially when it relates to eating the food you love. Braces don´t hurt. However, you might feel a little discomfort and sensitivity on the first days after your appointments. So during the first two to three days, the recommendation is to eat easy-to-chew food, like pasta, soft vegetables, moist desserts, and other soft-textured foods.
After a few days, the discomfort and pressure on your jaw will ease, and you will be able to resume eating the food you love at the fabulous restaurants in Peabody.
Foods You Can’t Eat With Braces
There are types of food you must avoid during your orthodontic treatment. However, you shouldn’t worry much, the list is not extensive, and we are sure you will survive without them. First, we include a shortlist of foods to avoid after getting your braces on and sometimes after an adjustment visit. The reason is that they might cause sensitivity and discomfort:
- Meat (especially thicker cuts)
- Thick bread (especially if it is hard like baguette bread)
- Ice cream (as it might increase tooth sensitivity)
- Toasted bread.
There are foods you definitely shouldn’t eat during your orthodontic treatment:
- Any type of nuts
- Bubble gum
- Vegetables (especially raw and crunchy like carrots)
- Fruits (pears, apples, peaches)
- Hard Tacos
A dentist’s recommendation is to limit your sugary food intake. However, while having braces, the advice is to avoid sugar to the most possible. Sugar causes plaque to form. In addition, having good oral hygiene turns complicated during your orthodontic treatment, and plaque accumulation might cause tooth decay.
Practicing good oral habits will help you through your orthodontic treatment. Your dentist will help you with cleaning and routine checkouts. Having braces should not be a hassle. So, feel free to eat at your favorite Peabody restaurant with just a little extra care.
At Pavlo Orthodontics, we strive to provide the best results in orthodontic treatment. Our staff is fully committed and glad to serve our community. You can stop by or call us at 781-463-5369 and make an appointment, and we will be pleased to take good care of you and your family´s orthodontic needs.