I have trolled the boards for all the wonderful information and put together a list of possible restaurants. We have one night out without DS, and are considering the following restaurants:
Is there any other restaurant on my list , besides those above, that would not be appropriate for a well behaved 9 y,o, child? Anything I omitted? Any that are not opened for dinner? Any that I should reserve more than a day in advance? While I would prefer to wing it, I suspect the crowds may preclude that...
We will be in S. Orleans, and probably have only one meal with DS in Provincetown, in conjunction with a whale watch, etc...Adult night is anywhere within a 45 minute drive...
Jo Mamma's for bagels.
Hot Chocolate Sparrow for hot chocolate and sweets
Sundae School. ice cream
28 Atlantic is wonderful.
Impudent Oyster for either dinner or lunch. Lobster roll is the way to go
Del Mar Bistro/Chatham would be a great choice for dinner. Have always had excellent food and service. I believe they offer live jazz entertainment mid-week.
The Corner Store is a fantastic sandwich shop in So. Chatham. Sandwiches, Paninis and 'design your own' Burritos (that would satisfy the vegetarian). Some seating but not a lot; many people grab and go. Don't be put off by the amount of cars parked on both sides of the road. Just find a place to park- the lines do move smoothly. Very popular place
Hangar B in Chatham.
Incredible food....watermelon gazpacho, panzanella salad, fish tacos. Kids loved the homemade doughnuts.
It's not cheap for either breakfast or lunch, but well worth the visit (closed Tuesdays
Friendly Fisherman is great, plus did you know they have great pies? clamshack fix, onRte 6 in Eastham. Lobster roll is the way to go.
Sam's Deli on Brackett Rd(in the plaza on the corner of 6) in Eastham has wonderful, inexpensive sandwiches.
100 Brackett Rd, Eastham, MA 02642
Macs Shack for sushi sort of ambrosial delights, great bar drinks, fun vibe.
Pearl - upper deck for decent food and fun vibe and drinks- raw bar too, naturally
PB Boulangerie - baked French pastries . They have the best croissants I've had outside Paris, crazy big meringues and other yummy things. There is always a line. www.pbboulangeriebistro.com. expensive and mixed for dinner.
Wicked Oyster does an absolutely fantastic breakfast- the best omelet, waffle, and corned beef hash I have ever had.
50 Main St, Wellfleet, MA 02667
Moby Dick's For casual lobster )mixed reviews). They also have a wedge salad way better than the trendy places which are doing it.
Sol, amazing and different from anything else on the Cape, lots of Asian inspired dishes
the lighthouse for pancakes www.mainstreetlighthouse.com
Blackfish - Truro eats amazing
Tera Luna - Truro original chef is back
Ice cream in Truro at Sweet Escape,
Pizza next door at Savory!
Flying Fish Cafe, which is downtown near the surf shop is one of our favorites. Excellent breakfast.
The Atlantic Spice Company in Truro.for cooks supplies etc...
Norabella. It's hands down the best Italian on the Cape (especially if you like Northern Italian)
Osteria La Civetta on Main Street in Falmouth. Very simple Northern Italian menu, fresh house made pastas, local ingredients, and a skilled chef. Even the room feels authentic.
http://osterialacivetta.com/ 133 Main St, Falmouth, MA 0254
Jimmy's Hideaway last summer. Impeccable service, wine and food.
The Red Inn. If you search here, you can find the mini review that I wrote about. Bonus: they have a parking lot!!!
Ross's Grill for lunch many times. .They have great wines by the glass and we always check the blackboard specials for wine
Devon's both for breakfast and for a special dinner. .
Angel Foods. Either grabbing a few ingredients or some of their prepared food. Great sandwiches if you want to pack a lunch for the beach or bike trail.
Bubbala's by the Bay, good steamers and chowder and salads.