Dining and Unique Venues
Courtesy of Catania Hospitality Group
From the moment you cross the bridge, you will sense how the sea permeates this locale. Savor the tantalizing flavors of the Cape and Islands with steaming lobsters, succulent steamers, sweet scallops, Wellfleet oysters, tasty mussels and our incomparably fresh catch of the day.
Cape and Islands’ cuisine has come a long way. While traditional New England fare is still widely available
and at its best, it has been joined by innovative American, authentic Italian, exciting Asian, and classic French cuisine. A proud history of local fare exists throughout the Cape and Islands. Oysters from grants in Wellfleet and East Dennis, fresh catch-ofthe-day off the iconic Chatham fish pier, farm stands and farmers markets in every town, fresh harvests of blueberries and cranberries and farm raised eggs provide fresh food products to our many restaurants, delis and bakeries.
Truro Vineyards grows a variety of grapes blended into local wines. Visitors can sit and sip at scheduled tastings in their pastoral setting. In Falmouth, Cape Cod Winery’s local offerings include Nobska Red and Cranberry Chardonnay. And a local brewery, Cape Cod Beer, features varieties like Beach Blond, Red, Harvest and Summer. All offer tours, tastings and special events perfect for a corporate function or group outing.
Many restaurants offer live entertainment, from classic rock to jazz and more. Some offer private function rooms for groups from 15 to 150. For larger events, there are many historical and interesting venues throughout the area. From historical homes to waterfront ballrooms, to events on the ocean, you can find the perfect setting for your function on the Cape and Islands. Local professional caterers have access
to the Cape’s freshest ingredients. For a corporate outing, wedding reception, rehearsal dinner or alumni gathering – the most fitting Cape Cod function can be a catered clambake on the beach.
Organize a wedding feast on a deck built over the water or in the round Shaker barn of a local museum. Celebrate with fine champagne and candlelight - or at a wooden table with a plastic bib around your neck. From cocktails in the parlor of a former sea captain’s residence, to hors d’oeuvres beneath a tent by the sea,
lunch in an 18th century tavern.