Best Restaurants in Cape Cod

The Lobster PotOne of many advantages of staying at Chatham Gables Inn is proximity to the best restaurants in Cape Cod.  From seafood fresh from the Atlantic to international flavors, the restaurants of Cape Cod are sure to satisfy all tastes. With so many dining choices, the decision can be daunting, so hopefully this list of some of the best restaurants in Cape Cod will help you out.

Lobster Pot

Lobster shanties aren’t hard to come by on Cape Cod, but Provincetown’s Lobster Pot is one of the most popular.  And it’s easy to figure out why.  Quality New England seafood dishes are a given at the Lobster Pot.

VERS at the Orpheum

Located in the historic Chatham Orpheum theater, VERS (dutch for “fresh”) offers coastal cuisine, a large wine and beer list and barista-style coffee and tea. And if you’re looking for a special evening out, a gift certificate to VERS is included in our Date Night and Romance Package.

Corner Store

If you’re looking for quick, charming and casual meal, then Chatham’s Corner store is perfect for you.  Awesome handmade sandwiches, burritos, cookies and Whoopie Pies are the specialties here.

Glass Onion

Named for the Beatle’s song of the same name, this New American restaurant has a great, casual ambiance and a menu full of fresh and homemade dishes.

Inaho

Touted as the best Japanese restaurant in Cape Cod, Inaho serves up fresh seafood in its out of this world sushi and sashimi.  If you’re not in a sushi mood, the teriyaki and tempura options are equally special.

Abba

This international-inspired eatery in Orleans serves up dishes combining flavors from Europe, Asia and the Middle East.  The exotic decor and ambiance add to the pan-Mediterranean experience.

Pisces

Chatham’s Pisces offers fresh, local seafood dishes sure to please seafood lovers.  The atmosphere is intimate and quaint.

Naked Oyster

If you’re a fan of oysters, the Naked Oyster in Hyannis is an essential dining experience. Cultivating its own oysters from a nearby farm, there is no shortage of ways to enjoy these local mollusks.

Chillingsworth

This upscale French eatery is truly among the best restaurants in Cape Cod.  Whether you choose to go prix fixe or seven course, your dining experience at Chillingsworth is sure to be memorable.

Del Mar Bistro

One of the best restaurants and nightspots in Chatham, Del Mar Bistro serves native seafood, bistro cuisine and thin crust, wood-fired pizza!

The Impudent Oyster

The Impudent Oyster offers fresh, local seafood in a creative way.  You’ll always have a great meal at this one.

Brazilian Grill

Reflecting Cape Cod’s large Brazilian population, the Brazilian Grill in Hyannis is a dream come true for meat-lovers with big appetites.  The churrascaria (Brazilian barbecue) also offers a buffet full of authentic side dishes.

Cape Sea Grille

Situated in a Gothic Victorian home, Cape Sea Grille serves up American Cuisine featuring fresh seafood.  The atmosphered is elegant, but friendly and the views are lovely.

The Mews

This Provincetown seafood grill boasts beautiful views to go with its delicious food. Now celebrating its 50th year as one of the best restaurants in Cape Cod, The Mews has special events going on all year.

Buca’s Tuscan Roadhouse

Located near the border of Chatham and Harwich, this charming roadhouse is a truly romantic Italian escape.  Complete with charming Tuscan ambience, this trattoria is sure to satisfy.

PB Boulangerie

A favorite bistro and bakery in Wellfleet, PB Boulangerie benefits from having two French chefs.  The authentic bistro meals and amazing deserts and pastries will keep your sweet tooth satisfied.  Check out the events schedule for a list of special breads each month: http://pbboulangeriebistro.com/events/.

With such a wide range of options to choose from, you can’t go wrong dining at one of the best restaurants in Cape Cod.  While you’re mapping out your meal plan, don’t forget to reserve your stay at Chatham Gables Inn.  Choose from 8 rooms, all appointed in fine New England style. Click here to view rooms and rates.

Lobster Pot Photo: Paul Lowry