I drove down Main Street today and saw that 2 new restaurants are opening this spring side by side at the former site of Guertin Bros. Jewelers. One is Pizza Barbone. He's known by many who frequent the many fine farmers markets here on the Cape. He has a wood burning oven he tows behind his truck and does a tasty pizza for one. He's installing a wood fired oven in his new storefront, so that will be unique to Main Street.
Next door is Cafe Rendezvous in a significantly larger space next door. The sign says creperie and cafe, so that could be interesting.
I still haven't been to the recently opened Beech Tree Cantina in the West End of Main Street. They tout upscale authentic Mexican. Was going to stop in for lunch today but they were closed and now the web site is showing open for dinners only. Shame.
Lastly, the head chef of Pain D'Avignon's Cafe Boulangerie is leaving in May. He is partnering with the owner of 586 Main Street and Fresh Ketch, two dreadful places. He's certainly shown mad skills at Pain D'Avignon, so perhaps he can turn those other two places around to serving up decent fare as well. Time will tell.