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Whether it’s a farmers market, a food festival or a tour of local cuisine, Massachusetts boasts an array of culinary experiences. From the classic Italian aura of Boston’s North End to the farm fresh Berkshire Hills, each region offers foodies of all kinds something unique to savor.
And when it comes to fresh, coastal eats along the shores of Cape Cod, the dinning experiences are endless. So, to get started on your next Cape Cod culinary adventure, why not start with Cape Cod Restaurant Week?
From May 13th -19th, nearly fifty of Cape Cod’s top restaurants from Falmouth to Wellfleet will team up for an official Restaurant Week, featuring budget-friendly, three or four-course fixed-price exhibition menus at a special rate of $25, $30, or $35 per person. Offering the chance to enjoy a collection of bistros, cafes, lounges, and raw bars up and down the Cape in a unique, pre-summer fashion.
With new restaurants added everyday, you can start browsing a current list of participating spots here, but a few uniquely special callouts, with an emphasis on fresh, New England fare include:
- The Belfry Inne & Bistro, Sandwich
- Cape Sea Grille, Harwich Port
- Naked Oyster Bistro & Raw Bar, Hyannis
- The Red Pheasant Inn, Dennis
- Chillingsworth, Brewster
- Bramble Inn & Restaurant, Brewster
- Ocean House, Dennisport
- Gerardi’s Café, Yarmouth
This year, the folks at Cape Cod Restaurant Week have also launched a new look and feel, in conjunction with a fantastic new website that not only serves as a great function to Restaurant Week, but also provides a great means to discovering the best of Cape Cod’s dining.
Whether you’re looking for a new eatery to try, or you’re just interested in reading about the Cape’s culinary scene— you can search through their restaurant listings, and read their blog.
During Cape Cod Restaurant Week, no tickets, discount codes, or coupons are required, it’s just a matter choosing a restaurant, and exploring their dedicated Restaurant Week menu or offering.
Now, we’ll leave you with one question: what’s your favorite thing to eat on Cape Cod and where? Tell us in the comments below!