The Bookstore in Wellfleet

by Paula and Gary (Ridgewood, NJ) Based on a friend’s recommendation we went to The Bookstore in Wellfleet for lunch – The food and service were excellent. I had the herb encrusted sole special, served over mixed greens/tomatoes – It was delicious. My husband had the crabcakes appetizer and new england clam chowder, and he was very satisfied… Read More »

Cafe Chew Sandwich MA Excellent Breakfast

by Patrick (Montreal, Quebec) Cafe Chew. First off, the location was perfect for us as it is very close to Shawme-Crowell State Park, where we camped. It is located across from the Stop and Shop. You can order as soon as you come in the door, no waiting for someone to come by. You pay after your order… Read More »

Michael Ornstein Farewell Art Exhibition

My name is Michael Marisi Ornstein and I thought I’d let you know about a “farewell” art exhibition I’m doing here on the Cape. I’m an oil painter and an actor on a tv show called Sons of Anarchy and my family has lived on Cape for about 4 years. I’ve exhibited my art extensively throughout the Cape.… Read More »

First time

Staying at sea crest with my 2 daughters (ages 7 and 11). Any tips on what to do and restaurants close by? Also is there a ferry to Martha’s Vineyard? And do you need to reserve ferry ahead of time?

Top Nightlife Activities In Cape Cod

Cape Cod is the place to spend your downtime for the many residents of Massachusetts, so if you’re planning a vacation you should definitely check it out for yourself. Many a celebrity visits the area and some even own property there. Perhaps the biggest known love affair is that of John Fitzgerald Kennedy(great President JFK). So don’t be… Read More »

three cousins getaway for 4 days

by Doreen (Tampa, FL) Hi, We all grew up in Conn. and my younger two cousins still live there. I am the oldest early forties and live in Florida and the youngest is early thirties. I am coming home next summer and we have never been to the Cape and are going to pitch in for a cousins… Read More »

Location, location, location

by Chelsea (Pearland, TX) Our wedding/honeymoon is in May and I have always wanted to visit Cape Cod. We have done several tropical getaways and are interested in doing something different. Is there a location in Cape Cod that encompasses everything the cape has to offer: sunsets, great beaches, good shopping/antiquing, nightlife, nature/bike trails, etc.? What are must… Read More »

Taking my 17′ boat over to the Vineyard with my family.

by Mark (Milford) Anyone who has done this from Falmouth? or surrounding areas could you give me some incite into how it went if you did this and where you moored which be appreciated. I’d just do it for a couple days. Thanks Join in and write your own page! It’s easy to do. How? Simply click here… Read More »

Great Site for Cape Cod Hotel and Cape Cod Restaurant discounts

by Michael (Boston) I found a great site for Cape Cod hotel and Cape Cod restaurant discounts on freecapecod.com. Just thought I’d share it as we are all looking for a break. Thanks. Join in and write your own page! It’s easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Cape Cod Stories.

Two lots left at Wareham neighborhood with DEEPWATER OCEAN DOCK.

by Scott Blagden (Wareham, MA) Scott Blagden is owner and developer of the Preserve on the Weweantic in Wareham, MA. A small private waterfront development with a DEEPWATER OCEAN DOCK and very small association of only 10 people. Adjacent to 25 acres of association-owned waterfront land for boating, kayaking, moorings, dock, and wooded trail with 1/2 mile of… Read More »

Chance Encounter on the Upper Cape

by Buoy Wonder (N Falmouth, MA) Made the trek up rt 95 on 7/30/10 and landed in N Falmouth at the SeaCrest Resort for one night before heading down Cape for a week in Brewster. The family goes for a walk at sunset on Old Silver Beach, my old high school stomping grounds. As we walk past the… Read More »

ANNUAL USED KAYAK SALE! 2010

(Orleans, MA) The Goose Hummock Shop in Orleans, MA will be launching its annual used kayak sale on Saturday, September 26th and Sunday, September 27th!!! Stop in for a preview on Friday, September 25th to look over the 120+ used boats we’ve got! (Note: used boats and gear will NOT be on sale until SATURDAY). 40-50% OFF ALL… Read More »

Cape Cod first time visitors

We are a family of five going to the cape from cooperstown, looking forward to a fun and relaxing vacation. We chose cape cod blindly and staying at the lighthouse Inn. As I am looking at other places I am wondering if we chose the right place for our family. While we love to relax, we also are… Read More »

Ocean Front Rental

by Andy (Broadalbin, NY) Hi..my mother was just diagnosed with Mesothelioma (lung cancer realted to asbestos exposure…she has always wanted to go to the cape…her dr. cleared her for the days of August 28 through Sept. 1…I am looking to rent a home/cottage/hotel that is right on the ocean..there will be 6 of us…me, my wife, our 3… Read More »

Fourth of July on Cape Cod

We began our celebration of the Fourth of July on Cape Cod the way we always do. At the Orleans parade! The parade consists of an eclectic array of floats from local businesses and artisans as well as the local fire and police departments. But it is the military personnel, both current and former that stir emotions that… Read More »

Marconi Beach

by Jillian (MA) I am telling you if you go to Marconi beach you will just want to go there day after day after DAY!!! It was one of my best experiences. I took a long walk across the beach it was great. If you walk to the very end of the beach on the left, you might… Read More »

First Time To Cape Cod

We are planning a trip to Cape Cod in late Septemeber or early October 2010. It is just my husband and I and we would like a unique and scenic place to stay. Weare planning to stay a week. Any suggestions? Join in and write your own page! It’s easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Cape… Read More »

Under new ownership – 170 Year Old Chatham inn undergoing restoration and rebranding by luxury hospitality and design partners, welcoming guests this summer.

Proprietors Brian Dougherty and Nick Robert have acquired the 170 year old Moses Nickerson House Inn on Old Harbor Road and have commenced a two phase restoration and rebranding project with upgrades to guest rooms and common areas to be completed early next month. The partners are working with Dennis based G. Hatch Restorations to enhance and preserve… Read More »

Important Event on Cape Cod – Sophie’s Sale

Hello, We were hoping you might post this event on your blog. The yard sale is on Sunday, August 1 from 9-3 in Chatham. There will be music, food, and some pretty fabulous things for sale including antiques, handmade items and jewelry, and lots of plants. There is also going to be a raffle for red sox tickets,… Read More »

Bachelorette Getaway In Falmouth

My best friend is getting married, and we are looking for a relaxing, fun, kid free bachelorette getaway. There will be about 8-10 ladies in their late 20’s on this trip. We will be there August 12th-15th. We all work very hard, long hours and this will be the main vacation of our summer. Here are the activities… Read More »

Spring at Cape Cod

by Rituparna (Naugatuck, CT, USA) Cape Cod, home to some of the most beautiful beaches of New England was our spring holiday destination for this year!! Spring in Cape Cod is the right time to visit if you want to avoid the mad summer rush and also prevent making a hole in your pocket. Most of the hotels… Read More »

Heading to Cape Cod from Long Island

We will be heading to Cape Cod from Long Island this summer. Can anyone tell me the best way to get to the Cape from Long Island? How bad is the drive? Should we try and ferry it most of the way? Have never been to either location so unsure the best way to make the destinations work.… Read More »

Cape Cod Summer Family Vacation

Please can anyone tell me which are the best town to stay in a summer family holiday with young adults ??? Join in and write your own page! It’s easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Cape Cod Stories. Comments for Cape Cod Summer Family Vacation Average Rating   Jul 12, 2010 Rating hyannis by:… Read More »

Memorial Day Weekend Trip

by Rachel (Colorado) We are planning a trip over Memorial Day weekend. We’ll be staying at Chatham Bars Inn for a romantic getaway. We were hoping to find a clambake. I’ve seen that Chatham Bars Inn has them, but when I’ve called they don’t have any information and talk about starting them in the summer. Are there any… Read More »

Just a question

by Brenda (Glen Ellyn, IL) 6 girls (all married in our 50’s/60’s want to have a vacation on the Cape. can you suggest a place that will not have tons of kids (not that we don’t love kids, but we’ve all been there and have done that. We want to be able to relax, shop, some nite life… Read More »

K SPIRITO’S SUMMER AND AUGUST

Summer And August A Cape Cod Murder Mystery, set in Chatham! Yellow Umbrella Books is one of several Chatham locations featured in this great summer read. There are twists and turns along the road to the end of this rainbow you will never expect!

Preparing Your Home for Getaways and Vacations

by Maryanne (Massachusetts) Cape Cod is magical and the perfect getaway. Come March, spring will be approaching and Cape Cod homes will need a spruce up. Fini Concierge (www.finiconcierge.com) is a trusted professional service for busy people that need a helping hand. If you need some assistance in preparing and opening your home for your getaway or to… Read More »

Need help picking a great Cape Cod campground

by Karen Fritzsch (New York) I am planning to vacation in cape cod late August…we have a 40′ 5th wheel…looking for a clean campground with lots to offer…. My husband really wanted to camp on the beach but those campgrounds are few and don’t seem really big….and one I called didn’t know if they could accommodate our big… Read More »

Wellfleet Chezsven Blog Describes Life on the Outer Cape

Dreaming of living on the Cape year-round? My husband Sven and I moved here a dozen years ago to care for my elderly parents. We did not intend to stay. Oh, no. We had lived in Paris, France, for ten years and thought we preferred the city. My mom passed away in 2006, and we’re still here, with… Read More »

Winter on Cape Cod

by Sandy (Sandwich) Okay, the holidays are over, and the long, cold winter is looming ahead with no end in sight. Now what? Plenty, that’s what! There’s plenty to do on the Cape in the winter, if you know where to look. For those of us with children and young families, a visit to your local library is… Read More »

Cape Cod Summer Vacation 2010

by Kellie (Dallas, TX) My husband and I are planning a trip to the Cape with our two year old daughter in July. We are staying at Ocean Edge Resort. We have never been to Cape Cod and I LOVED reading your story in the Cape Cod Family Vacation tab, I especially loved the conversation between you and… Read More »

Best “Park” In Sandwich

It was the quintessential beautiful Cape Cod day. The air was clear, dry and warm. The shade of blue in the sky was the type of color that can only be described as “sky blue”. Wisps of white clouds filtered the sun, while mountains of pink, red, and lavender dotted the lush green backdrop of the flowering shrubs.… Read More »

Brewster Cape Cod Sister Town

Hi, I’m keen to hear from Brewster residents who would like to read news and features about Budleigh Salterton, Devon (UK), their sister-town according to www.brewstercapecod.org Just email me with your name and contact details and I’ll add you to my list. No obligation! And you’ll learn some interesting things. Best wishes from across the pond, Michael mr.downes@gmail.com Join… Read More »

Black Cat

Excellent fresh food a little pricy but worth it! Kids welcome and I never had a bad meal here! Comments for Black Cat Average Rating Feb 17, 2011 Rating Crazy high prices by: Anonymous A little priceY? The food is okay, but the prices are ridiculous. $6 for a cup of chowder? $13 for 4 oyster rockafeller? How… Read More »

BEE HIVE in EAST SANDWICH

Stay away from this one! Way over priced for frozen prepared food that I could do better out of my microwave! The older man who is the the greeter is downright nasty and rude! I had Baked Stuffed shrimp which was swimming in water at the bottom of the dish, the stuffing was horrible and it too 2.5… Read More »

Moby Dicks

The food, especially the lobster, is amazing. The only problem is that the line for a table is usually kind of long.

Agro Dolce

Food was way overpriced and horrible. The hostess was smug and very annoyed when we asked how long it would for our reserved table. We waited over 30 minutes for a table that we reserved 4 days before we even got to the cape! Not worth the wait. Join in and write your own Cape Cod Restaurant Reviews!

Bad Experience at the Wicked Oyster

by Christian D. (Montreal) We went to have late dinner at the Wicked Oyster in wellfleet. Despite a promising menu, our experience was not worth nor the money and the time we spent. We began with a dozen oysters, which were quite good accompanied by a dry Martini that was not dry at all. We followed with entrées.… Read More »

I’m thinking of moving to Cape Cod. Any advice?

by Jeff (Pottstown, PA) Hello! I am a 25 year old single male who is considering moving to Cape Cod. I work a full-time third shift job, which I can transfer, and I also go to college part time for radio broadcasting. I make decent cash and I’m thinking about renting an apartment or getting a mortgage for… Read More »

What an Awesome Place!!

by Paula (Wainfleet, Ontario Canada) Ok, well our story is a probably a bit different than other on here………… We live in Ontario Canada(near the Peace Bridge) and on Monday August 10th, 2009, we decided to go on a road trip to Boston and Cape Cod at 9:30 am, we were all(all 6 of us, 2 parents and… Read More »

Help … where to stay on the Cape with teenagers?

Years ago we stayed at Chatham Bars Inn when our sons were under 10 – it was great. Now we are returning and our kids are all teenagers. Where would be the best to stay? I’d love your recommendations for location (Brewster? Chatham?) and should we stay at a resort or maybe rent a home? Many thanks for… Read More »

Question about a GREAT pizza place that used to be on CAPE COD

by Colin (C-Bus, Ohio) Does anyone remember a Tolley’s pizza on cape cod? I went there on vacation in the mid 1990’s, it is to this day the best stone-ovened pizza I have had in my life… Does anyone know if it is just called something different? Any info would be great! Thanks. Colin Join in and write… Read More »

Interesting things to do on the Cape

by Gillian (Washington, DC) I know that most people go to the Cape to hit the beaches, but that’s been a problem this summer. There were eight… EIGHT sunny days in all of June. What to do that’s not a tourist trap when visiting one of the great tourist bastions of the Northeast?? I found this great new… Read More »

True Survival Story

“You will not be able to put this book down.”—Dodge Morgan, first American sailor to circumnavigate the globe solo and non-stop. Overboard! New Book Explores Survival from Rogue Wave A press release from Michael Tougias 508-520-8843 mtougias@comcast.net www.michaeltougias.com Scientists have recently discovered there are far more rogue waves than previously thought, and they are likely increasing in size… Read More »

Cape Cod Mystery Novel Earns Praise

A mystery novel set on Cape Cod has earned favorable reviews. The Drowning River by Kim Byrne, a debut novelist, was released in hardcover on June 17, 2009, by Five Star, an imprint of Gale, part of Cengage Learning (ISBN 13: 9781594147692). The Drowning River is about a graduate student, Elise Moloney, who arrives on campus and discovers… Read More »

Route 6A to Provincetown

by nina (coventry RI) When I reach 6A heading towards Provincetown my heart opens up and I feel I can breathe again. Cape Cod is magical……my only hope is to be able to retire there in a few years…God willing. Nina Join in and write your own page! It’s easy to do. How? Simply click here to return… Read More »

I Know Why The Seacoast Bird Sings

Many of you may not be aware of the fact that Maya Angelou wrote the original draft of her now famous poem I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings after a visit to the 02536. Yup, it turns out Maya has a cousin who lives on Alexander Booker Rd. She was visiting her cousin back in the day… Read More »

You’re Doing What On The Cape?!?!

Yes, you heard me right. This trip I am camping. I “Googled” every cheap motel and hotel I could find, read too many reviews and decided to find another way to stay on the Cape. Camp. Ok, so I had to buy a tent. The first one I bought was too big and I could hardly lift it.… Read More »

PHOTOGRAPHER REVEALS TREASURES BENEATH CAPE COD WATERS

PHOTOGRAPHER REVEALS TREASURES BENEATH CAPE COD WATERS Under Cape Cod Waters by Ethan Daniels BOSTON, MA— When most people think of Cape Cod, they probably imagine long stretches of beach, charming main streets, and bowls of clam chowder. But award-winning photojournalist Ethan Daniels hopes to change that with the publication of a stunning new collection of underwater photography,… Read More »

Best Teenager / Family town on Ocean Side?

by Dan (Northern California) We’re a family from California looking for recommendations on the best beach town to stay on the cape next summer. Actually, we’re seeking a nice house directly on the beach, and ability to ride bikes to town in the evening, for dinner, ice cream , rent a movie etc. We’re active and like to… Read More »

Summertime… And the living is BUSY!

by Cape Cod Girl (Sandwich) It’s been a long, hot summer on the Cape. Between the kids being home 24/7 and taking a two week trip to Maine in August, there was scarcely time to catch up on the laundry, let alone try to find an hour or so to be creative, witty and inspiring. But now, the… Read More »

CAPE COD JAZZ FESTIVAL! FINAL CONCERT WEDNESDAY SEPT 2nd!!

by Kim (Boston) THE WEQUASSETT RESORT CAPE COD JAZZ FESTIVAL 2009 The Final Concert of the Summer is coming up! Join us! Wednesday September 2nd @ 8:30pm!! Close out the summer of 2009 with a bang! Enjoy the funky smooth styles of NYC based artist ** MARY C. & SOUL PURPOSE ** www.wequassett.com/jazz (for more information) Reservations Required!!… Read More »

Cape Cod Real Estate Broker – Margo Pisacano

Margo Pisacano is a lifelong resident of the Cape and has been a licensed Cape Cod real estate broker since 1979. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Boston University. Her extensive background in Cape Cod real estate sales, property management, Cape Cod rentals and 1031 tax exchanges provides invaluable experience and professionalism to her Sellers and Buyers. This… Read More »

Molly at Bella of Cape Cod

I love Bella of Cape Cod, it’s like the best of everything in Naples FL…they are off Main street in Hyannis, and they sell fashion jewelry and handbags that are so fun! Everything in the store is under $25. My mom and I love to go there every summer and when we are at home, we go on… Read More »

MLB and Cape Cod Baseball League Come to Terms

I am beginning to think that MLB stands for Major League Brats…Or maybe Major League Boneheads. The Cape Cod Baseball League and Major League Baseball have come to an agreement over MLB licensing issues. All that I can say is “Shame on you Major League Baseball. I hope you feel really good about flexing your billion dollar muscles… Read More »

How to Make Cape Cod Whale Stew

Preparation time: 4 to 5 weeks depending on size. Cooking time: 12 to 15 days, depending on size. Serves: Entire population of the lower Cape Ingredients: -One whale, (preferably a large one) -One-ton truckload of Maine potatoes (chopped) -Small pick-up truckload of carrots (diced) -Two wheelbarrow loads of onions (very thinly sliced) -600 gallons chicken broth Peel the… Read More »

What’s in a Cape

I just returned from the Cape after enjoying a week of fun, sun and relaxation. Spending our week in Brewster with close friends, the evening topic often spun itself towards the Cape, its make up and its origins. There are many features as well as very interesting nuggets of information that many of us just don’t realize about… Read More »

Rock Harbor Visit

My parents have lived in Orleans for nearly 6 years, while I have continued my outdoor lifestyle enjoying the natural wonders around the Pacific Northwest. But every time I visit them, I realize just how beautiful a spot Cape Cod is. As I pedal my way around quaint backcountry roads, past historic lighthouses and enjoy stunning ocean vistas,… Read More »

A Cape Cod Whale Watch

I frequently vacation on Cape Cod. It’s a great place to enjoy nature, sun, the shoreline, etc. One of my favorite places is Provincetown, which is the furthest point on the Cape. Whale Watching is an especially exciting thing to do and I never miss a chance to take one of these awesome excursions while I’m there. The… Read More »

Why would you live Anyway Else?

by Steve & Deb (East Sandwich,MA) Memorial Day 1987 was our first trip to Cape Cod from CT. Our son had passed away and things surrounding his untimely death and mistakes by a hospital made the News and the Papers. My husband’s step father had a family cottage on Seagull Beach in Yarmouth and the night of the… Read More »

NEW CHILDREN’S BOOK INTRODUCES YOUNG READERS TO THE MAGIC OF CAPE COD

by Dave O’Neill (Beverly, MA) Part of a series of children’s books set in New England Beverly MA, July, 2008 – “The cods of Cape Cod love their summer vacation/And though could go anywhere in the nation/They keep coming back to their favorite location/’Cause they know Cape Cod’s a vacation sensation.” So begins The Cods of Cape Cod,… Read More »

Grindell’s Ocean View Park

by Karen Fred and I have been going to Grindell’s Ocean View campground for over 4 years, we called today and found out the phone has been disconnected. Does anyone know who took over this rv park? If there are new owners, we would like to have their phone number to make reservations. Karen, We have tried to… Read More »

Cape Cod Is Paradise

by Rob Nichols (New Jersey / Cape Cod)   I have been coming to the Cape for almost 40 years now, since I was a baby. I have seen beaches from coast to coast and lived in Southern California, 5 miles from the beaches for 7 years, but no beaches compare to the beaches of Cape Cod ,… Read More »

Cape Cod is Open!

Memorial Day is upon us and the “open” signs have officially gone up at the Cape Cod bridges. Yes…It’s official, Cape Cod is open for business once again. Mother Nature was smiling down upon us this past weekend as great weather helped to ring in the official start of the tourist season. A steady supply of visitors flocked… Read More »

Memorial Day in Sandwich

by Sandra Murray (Sandwich, MA) I love the Cape and I love living in Sandwich, MA. I am always looking for the next best thing when it comes to preserving the romance and history of Old Cape Cod. I’ve been coming to the Cape my whole life, spending every summer at my parent’s cottage on Ellis Landing in… Read More »

Some ideas for Cape Cod

by Rachel (Indy) This was the first time we had ever visited Cape Cod. I can’t say enough how much we loved this place!! We stayed in South Yarmouth at the Riviera Beach Resort. It was around $250 a night, and I thought that was a very fair price. Some things we did and loved included… a go-kart,… Read More »

Serendipity a Good Eats Boutique

by Gail W. (South Windsor CT) Serendipity a good eats boutique…the best sandwich shop on Cape Cod in my opinion! I had the Portabello panino–the owners favorite–AMAZING! They do panini like no other! The flavors are perfectly combined, nothing overwhelms, and the mushroom is sliced so thin. Most portabellos are over powering and chewy, NOT this one, it… Read More »

Siena Italian Grill – Great Service and Huge portions of good food!

by Jane Noble (Bloomfield, CT) Siena Italian Grill in the Mashpee Commons is wonderful. Their menu has great variety (Apps to Pizza, daily specials and seafood, and pasta of course!) and everything is delicious, and I love that they take reservations. At my last visit, I had their Seafood Stew and tiramisu for dessert – Mmmmmm! Our waitress… Read More »

First time on the Cape last summer!

I grew up vacationing in Florida every summer – my dad grew up in Tallahassee and graduated from FSU – so Florida is where we headed. I love Florida but last year was the 10th anniversary for my husband and I. I planned a trip for us to Cape Cod – just the 2 of us – our… Read More »

Turn off those driving lamps in traffic!!!

I was driving along Route 6 the other evening and while driving in busy but moderate traffic. While along the Suicide Alley stretch I was noticing the glare from oncoming vehicles seemed more annoying than I recall, then I noticed that every third or so car had there Fog, or Driving lamps on WHY??? These lamps are designed… Read More »

Cape Cod Beaches Closed to ORV Traffic.

Piping Plovers prevent ORV access to Cape Cod beaches As I prepare to write my check for $180 for my Nauset Beach ORV permit, I can’t help but mull over the plight of the Piping Plover, or perhaps more accurately, the plight of the human beach goer. Now don’t misunderstand me, I am all for protecting these little… Read More »

My Cape Cod Stories

My family and I had vacationed on the Cape since the early 1950’s. I remember as a very small child staying at a cottage in Wellfleet, and my brother and I racing down to the Cape Cod railroad tracks to put a penny on the tracks for when the train came by and flattened it! Needless to say,… Read More »

Bourne Again

It happens every summer, like clockwork. The days get longer and I load up the car with beach buckets, surf rods, towels, sandals and wine and head north to the Cape. The kids busy playing away on their Game Boys. My wife is fast asleep, which usually occurs as soon as I start playing the Grateful Dead somewhere… Read More »

Zazen Surfboards are Here!

Stonington,CT-June 30th 2008 – In recent years, the hype over surfing and the use of surfing to sell everything from beer to clothes has caused a clear increase in demand for new surfboards. It seems that everywhere you look, the sport of surfing is popping up. It is in movies, advertisements, and television programs. Surfing is not just… Read More »

Cape Cod Air. Special Place in my Heart

I have many great memories from Cape Cod, but one in particular stands out. I was a brand new mom. My first son John was barely 6 weeks old and we decided to go to Nonnies house in Brewster. I was feeling absolutely exhausted after not having a good nights sleep for 6 long weeks. I’m sure all… Read More »

Cape Cod Baseball League Season About To Begin!

It is that time again – Time for Cape Cod league baseball! For a lot of people, Memorial Day is the unofficial beginning of summer, but for Cape Codders it is the crack of the wooden bats signaling the start of the CCBL season that ushers in the summer season. Opening day this year will be Friday June… Read More »

Cape Cod Baseball League VS. Major League Baseball

by Cape Crusader (Somewhere in New England) The Cape Cod Baseball League may be facing a severe hardship at the hands of Major League Baseball, in what amounts to a David VS Goliath battle over the use of MLB team nicknames. It seems that Bud Selig and his multi billion dollar enterprise, known as Major League Baseball, don’t… Read More »

Passing Through The Cape Cod Canal

by R.younger (Lyme CT) I am a retired navy vet with 20yrs sub service. Over the years I have made many trips thru the Cape Cod Canal. The year was 1965 we were coming out of Boston and our skipper decided to come thru the Cape Cod Canal as it did save time from going around back to… Read More »

Cape Wind

by BuoyWonder (Cataumet, MA) I do not see any long term harm in harnessing the offshore winds from Nantucket Sound. However, some do disagree on the proposed construction of large wind turbines to be situated in the sound. My thoughts on the proposal are that these turbines should be created but in areas that will not negatively impact… Read More »

Wild About Willys World, Cape Cod Tennis & More!

While looking for a place to play tennis on our February getaway, we came across Willys World in Eastham. We decided to check it out and boy, were we glad we did! The place is incredible! You can join the club, but we elected to pay the $20 daily fee. We played tennis for 2 hours while the… Read More »

Great Breakfast Place!

by JOSEPH STEVENS (CENTERVILLE.MA) THERES A LITTLE PLACE IN EAST SANDWICH CALLED THE 6A CAFE IT’S BEEN ONE OF OUR FAVORITE RESTAURANTS. THE SAME FAMILY HAS BEEN RUNNING IT FOR ALMOST 20 YEARS.YOU CAN’T BEAT THEM FOR BREAKFAST AND LUNCH. Join in and write your own Cape Cod Restaurant Reviews!

6A Cafe in East Sandwich

by GEORGE WHITCOMB (NEW HAVEN, CONN.) WEV’E BEEN COMING TO THE CAPE FOR SEVERAL YEARS AND HAVE ALWAYS HAVE HAD A GREAT MEAL AND EXPERIENCE AT THE 6A CAFE IN EAST SANDWICH YOUR READERS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THIS ONE G.W Join in and write your own Cape Cod Restaurant Reviews!

Yardarm in Orleans

Excellent, I go every year by far the best dinner at the Cape! Join in and write your own Cape Cod Restaurant Reviews!

Don’t Miss the Red Pheasant

The Red Pheasant in Dennis is by far one of the best fine dining restaurants on the Cape. The main dining rooms were an original boat barn, with wood floors and beams. There is a new, full bar that offers delicious, signature martinis along with an extensive wine list. The food is outstanding… from swordfish and sole to… Read More »