4.5 based on 778 reviews
The Old Yarmouth Inn offers classic cuisine for the next generation; the best in fresh local fish, shellfish, steaks and pasta. Whether you are looking for a casual meal in our cozy wood paneled tavern or a view of our gardens from the dining room, once you have experiencedThe Old Yarmouth Inn's delightful menu, warm, friendly staff and awesome wine selection you will know why we have become one of the most popular dining destinations on the Cape
Had a GREAT dinner at the Old Yarmouth Inn in Yarmouth Port on Cape Cod after work on the middle Tuesday in January 2018 with best friends and family. I wandered in by myself near the appointed hour and was immediately made to feel welcome by the hostess who knew just where to vector me to join the others. Thank you, young lady.
We barely made the six o'clock cut off for the Three Couse Prix Fixe Menu for January 2018 only to be told by great waitress Dani that it was good all night that evening. She went on to provide sterling service to our small affinity group throughout our stay, greatly enhancing the experience. She is a true professional. Thank you, Dani.
Three of us ordered chowder to start and then the baked seafood trio: two really jumbo shrimps, three luscious sea scallops and four forkfuls of fine white fish, Coastal Haddock the menu says. One of us had it the way it is offered, the other subbing extra veggies for the rice and I had mine with without the tasty crumbs and subbing double veggies (delish Brussel sprouts) for the rice. All three plates came the way we asked for them and went back to the kitchen bereft of even a crumb. Thank you, Chef.
For dessert, included, of course, I had a very generous serving of orange sorbet, which went down slow and cold, a taste extravaganza for my ancient taste buds.
It was very hard to leave this happy place, warmed by live fireplaces, and go out into the night and dark and January cold. I look very much forward to returning. It would be nice to see you here then. Ask for one of Dani's tables. She is that good!
Thank you, Apard P. Voros and Sheila M. Fitzgerald for maintaining the great traditions of a country inn, this one established in 1696, a mere 76 years after the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock just up the coast a bit.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
While visiting Cape Cod, we stopped for a late breakfast at this place mainly because of the great reviews on Trip Advisor! We were not disappointed. We both had one of the full-breakfast offerings - the portions were very generous, the food arrived very quickly and it had just been made - perfect. The dining area was packed, but we were accommodated at the counter. It is also VERY noisy - but, it is a café after all.
4.5 based on 904 reviews
My wife and I stopped with a few other couples before and after a wedding. Simply put, this bar is ridiculously and the atmosphere outstanding. Great food, excellent cocktails and the band was great. Upscale fun at its finest!
4.5 based on 380 reviews
The Red Cottage is a great little favorite of locals for breakfast and lunch. Breakfast is served all day and is a bargain.
It has an extensive menu of eggs, omelettes, Benedict’s, breakfast sandwiches, pancakes, and more.
This institution is very casual, with friendly service.
Nothing fancy. Service is fast, food dependable. Corned beef hash is a specialty!
4.5 based on 334 reviews
Classic and creative Italian fare with unrivaled flavor.
After researching area restaurants in the Yarmouth area, I came across this restaurant which had many favorable reviews. We were visiting in the off season so we had no problems getting a seating. We were thoroughly impressed with our dinner at Gerardi’s. We loved the atmosphere of the cafe. We ordered wine, an antipasto, a cod piccata special, homemade gnocchi with sweet sausage and meatball, and butterscotch creme brûlée. Everything was mouth watering delicious including the warm bread and oil and crostinis brought to our table before the dinner. We can’t wait to go back. Dreaming about another delicious meal there....
5 based on 189 reviews
Artisan gelato (Italian style ice cream) made on premises. Full espresso bar. NOTE: SEASONAL BUSINESS open May - October).
Once again, the husband and wife proprietors have hit a home run. Their gelato is all homemade and is so silky smooth. All their flavors are gluten free. Espresso; salted caramel; blueberry; lemon cream. You name it, they have it, will have, or will make it. We love all the ice cream choices on the cape, but this place is special.
4.5 based on 179 reviews
My wife and I tried this restaurant for breakfast for the first time and we were very pleased. The corn beef hash was some of the best I've had. The service was excellent and extremely friendly. Great place!
4.5 based on 141 reviews
Woolfie's is a seasonal Bakery Open Weekends May & June, Seven days July & August and Weekends September & October. Thank you!
This is a must stop for breakfast or a snack. All of their baked goods are so delicious - you can't go wrong with any of them. Croissants are amazing and the muffins are HUGE and so yummy. Their iced coffee is also one of my favourites. This place is always packed, so it's often hard to find a seat. Most people take their food to go.
5 based on 209 reviews
Enjoy a step back in time at one of Cape Cod's only year-round ice cream establishments serving traditional ice cream treats - cones and cups, sundaes, frappes, malts, floats, and old-fashioned ice cream sodas. At any one time we feature 36 flavors of delicious, creamy super-premium ice cream and amazing low-fat frozen yogurt made by Polar Cave (of Mashpee.) For our dairy-free fans, we also offer four flavors of Richie's super premium Italian Ice.
Aunties comes in second after Sundae School. I like that its located in the downtown Dennisport area. Lots of seating and lots of flavor offerings. Will come again!
4.5 based on 202 reviews
The first thing you learn when vacationing in the Boston/Cape Cod area is how many quality restaurants there are to behold. The second thing is you better like seafood. Viera, located at 11 Route 28 in West Harwich, Massachusetts, on Cape Cod, is considered one of the top 10 restaurants on the Cape. Probably because chef Benjamin Porter serves some wonderful seafood dishes and some out-of-the-Cape desserts. We started with fresh clam chowder, Classic Caesar salad and a house-made Charcuterie Board with meats, pickles, breads and jams. For entrees, my wife chose sauteed Cape sea scallops over pan seared local codfish and Italian sausage pasta while I opted for pan seared North Atlantic halibut over sauteed organic salmon and poached local lobster. Dessert was a treat. There were several tasty and tempting options and we finally decided to share roasted strawberry and coconut panna cotta and almond streusel with strawberry Sambuca sorbet. That certainly beats vanilla ice cream with chocolate sauce. There are so many varieties of seafood available in New England and it is interesting to see why local chefs choose one fish from another and how they prepare them. At Viera, you don't have to choose seafood--but you should.
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