While our life took us to live off Cape, we always look forward to visiting as often as we can…
No matter how many times you visit Cape Cod, there are always some new hidden gems that you can be discovered. But there are also some beloved, old restaurants to come back to.
Clam shacks and soft serve ice cream are Cape Cod musts; the area also has incredible high-end dining. Your inner gourmand will certainly be satisfied time and time again, but still, nothing ever gets too upscale on the hook-shaped peninsula.
Part of Cape Cod restaurants charm is its many dive bars and casual eateries. Getting dressed up for dinner isn’t really a thing around these parts and sneakers and shorts are almost always acceptable attire.
For our foodie family, eating good food is a bonding experience and we wanted to talk about the native yummy Cape Cod joints we have frequented visit over the years…
These are just some of our favorites…
Chatham Bars Inn, Chatham ~ wonderful for brunch
Wequassett, Harwich ~ our favorite for drinks at sunset
Baxter’s, Hyannis ~ fish and chips in a quaint harbor
Rock Harbor Grill, Orleans ~ unique, foodie must
Napi’s in P’town ~ an experience for the eyes, nose & mouth
Ceraldi, Wellfleet ~ seven courses & wine pairing a must do!
Thinking of booking a vacation? We invite you to check our Cape Cod properties for your perfect 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.
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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