The Whale House Chatham Cape Cod

A Great Fish Restaurant in Chatham

Recognized as home to one of Cape Cod’s most prolific fishing fleets, Chatham is well known for its fresh fish and seafood. While many restaurants feature the “catch of the day” and other local favorites, there is no lack of other fare, including Italian, French, Continental, Asian and, of course, good old traditional American.

This weeks spot is the Impudent Oyster a wonderful fish restaurant.

No Cape Cod getaway is complete without a trip to this local gem. Lunch is slightly less pricey than dinner, and reservations are a must if you want a table. Don’t mind eating at the bar? Head straight to the back and enjoy the full menu with first come first serve seating. Just off main street in Chatham, The Impudent Oyster is a fish restaurant that has been serving delicious seafood meals to residents and tourists for years.

 

Read what people are saying:

“The appetizers are so interesting I have been known to get 3 of them and call it a meal. this last time I got kale salad ( small which was plenty), a bowel of Tuscan chicken tomato soup and a delicious red wine – they have a well stocked bar and well trained bartenders. my friend got a salad and added fried scallops which looked delicious. if you get a chance to sit at the bar you’ll be given space but also included in some of the banter– it is a fun crowd.”

“We love the “oyster”! They have great Vermont butternut bisque! My husband always gets the Nantucket scallop sandwich! The wait staff is very friendly and attentive. Great atmosphere! It’s a must if you come to Chatham!”

“A wonderful meal – the chef has talent. It was fully booked, we benefitted from a no show. The man at the bar and his team were very friendly and efficient. The interior of the restaurant is just ok, what we discovered with delight in our plates more than made up for that. Our (tall male) waiter was not very communicative, but professional enough. What a first class chef. We had oysters Rockefeller, then Seafood Atlantis and Salmon, all delicious. The wines by the glass were very good. Warmly recommended. Too bad we live on the other side of the big pond, otherwise we would be back a few times a year.”

15 Chatham Bars Avenue
Chatham, MA 02633
(508) 945-3545

The Sandwich Glass Museum on Cape Cod

SANDWICH GLASS MUSEUM

The Sandwich Historical Society and its Glass Museum collects, preserves, and interprets the history of the Town of Sandwich, MA, the oldest town on Cape Cod. A large part of Sandwich history is involved with American glass production.
The Sandwich Glass Museum has “Relit the Fires in Sandwich” with a glass furnace and new exhibits to better tell the story of the glass industry in Sandwich. While we will not be able to completely recreate that booming, smoking glass factory, our visitors are able to feel the heat from the glory hole on their faces. They can watch the glassblower turn and twist the hot glass into wonderful forms, and visions of those former days will not be so difficult to understand or imagine.

sandwich glass

Sandwich Glass Museum is located at 129 Main Street, corner of Rte. 130 (Main Street) and Tupper Road, Sandwich, MA 02563. It is opposite the Town Hall. The entrance to the Museum and parking is on Tupper Road.

Summer hours: The Museum is open daily April 1 – December 30 from 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. In order to see everything the Museum has to offer, we recommend that you plan to arrive no later than 3:30 p.m.
Admissions: $10.00 for adults, $2.00 for children 6-14, free for ages 5 and under, group rates available.

Welcome

Welcome to our new website. We know you must be getting excited about your upcoming vacation to Cape Cod. Please take some time to look around and bookmark this page, as we will be adding all sorts of information of things we like to do about Cape Cod in the coming months. We would love to hear your comments.

 

Thinking of booking a vacation? We invite you to check our Cape Cod properties for your perfect stay… We take pride in every detail in our homes and we have tried our best throughout the years to make them as comfortable and inviting as possible for your stay

Unwind and enjoy the outdoor at our Sand Dollar House that sleeps Walk half a mile to both Sea Street Beach, with scenic harbor views, lifeguards & a snack bar in the summer, and Main Street Hyannis, an interesting and eclectic all-American Main Street with specialty shops, restaurants and fun attractions. Hyannis is the largest town on Cape Cod and home to the “other” Kennedy family.

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Or walk to jackknife cove beach from our kid friendly and charming The Whale House that sleeps 10 in the picturesque seaside village of Chatham, which is the quintessential Cape Cod Experience. Located halfway between Falmouth and Provincetown, right at the elbow of Cape Cod and surrounded on three sides by water. The town offers magnificent beaches, the lighthouse, wildlife, nature trails, bike path, and stunning views of the ocean.

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