Whether you're a commuter returning home from a day at the office in Boston or Providence, or someone looking for a night out on the weekend, the Upper Cape has plenty of bars and pubs in Bourne and Falmouth. Food, entertainment, and, of course, drinks are aplenty in all of these great locations.
South Yarmouth's South Shore Drive is a bustling location with plenty of beaches. The neighborhood is worth serious consideration when you buy a home in Yarmouth.
Sesuit Harbor is a popular place for Cape Cod's ocean lovers because they can be on their boat and into Cape Cod Bay within minutes of arrival. Nowhere else on the Cape provides such quick access to Cape Cod Bay, and the harbor's East Dennis location is incredibly central.
Some restaurants on Cape Cod are ready to feed you over the holidays. Since many restaurants on Cape Cod are small, locally-owned establishments, you won’t find an abundance of eateries open on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day. There are dining options, however, and the following venues are either open for Christmas or provide takeaway meals that you can heat the next day, helping to ease your cooking worries.
The next time you're hosting a dinner party or other event at your home on Cape Cod, have a look at some of the local catering options available.
Cape Cod is full of great places to check out, but very few have as broad a range of activities in such a small area as Hyannis’ Inner Harbor.
Here, you have the chance to watch luxury yachts as they pass by, dine at some of the Cape’s top seafood restaurants, swim in the ocean, and go into Lewis Bay on a boat all in the same day. If you’re looking for something to do in the spring and summer, you could certainly do worse than a day on the Inner Harbor.
Superbowl Sunday is Sunday, February 3rd. If you’re planning to watch the big game on Cape Cod, you’ll have plenty of options. Most pubs and restaurants will have food and drink specials, and there are even places where you can bring the kids.
Want a taste of where great chef's are dining? In this article, Jayne Guertin highlights Cape Cod's local culinary hot spots, and hidden treasures. Find food along the South Shore or the Mid, Outer and Upper Cape that caters to each season's freshest foods and flavors.