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Cape Cod in Winter discussion....Anything?

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Cape Cod in Winter discussion....Anything?

CapeCodGuy | Jan 11, 2011 08:16 PM

Seriously, is there anything to talk about regarding off-season dining on the Cape? Personally, I'm in a rut. I keep repeating the same ole, same ole. For me that's Alberto's, Misaki, Embargo, Colombo's, Tomato's, The Dolphin, and The Bee Hive, (mostly beause it's so close). All have been consistant, yet I'm feeling a bit ho-hum, especially when I get a chance to visit my nephew who recently moved to Somerville. Talk about an abundance of diverse choice. But no. Here on Cape one has to get excited over the new tapas available at the bar at the Dolphin. About 8 choices that seem to vary over time, running from $4 to $8. I've had roasted littlenecks, mini fish tacos, crab and lobster cake, and all were tasty, but not exactly earth-shattering. I long for something new . Anything. I hear Il Dolce on Main Street, Hyannis is now doing a dinner course. Anyone been?

Anything new to report out there Cape Hounds? Anything?

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