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Seafood
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Chef Florence Lowell, from Bordeaux, France, runs the show at the Naked Oyster, one of the Cape’s top restaurants — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
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Feeling adventurous? This fine-dining restaurant offers superb pan-Mediterranean fare with a hint of Thai thrown in, from an Israeli-born chef — Lonely Planet
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American
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In a tiny cottage with trompe l’oeil rugs painted on the floor, the Brewster Fish House is a former seafood market that morphed into a restaurant — Travel + Leisure
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American
5 reviews
One kitchen serves the fancy and formal main dining rooms, where guests can order à la carte or choose the 7-course prix-fixe option. The other kitchen serves the more relaxed bistro area. — Frommer's
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American
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This is one of the Cape's best cozy country restaurants, with a consistently good kitchen where creative American food, much of it locally sourced and organic, is prepared. — Fodor's
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Cafe
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Popular dishes include the duck trio, with foie gras torchon, smoked duck breast, and duck terrine. — Travel + Leisure
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Italian
4 reviews
You'll need a reservation (or to be pals with Martin at the front) most nights of the week at this beloved Italian restaurant — Lonely Planet
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American
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This perennial favorite with magnificent harbor views focuses on seafood and grilled meats with a cross-cultural flair: popular entrées include roasted vegetable and polenta lasagna. — Fodor's
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American
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A great stop after the beach, this barn-shaped seafood shack is where locals go to get their fried seafood — Fodor's
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American
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Chef-owner Douglas Ramler relies on the freshest ingredients. Specialties from the seasonal menu may include pan-seared lobster with pancetta, potatoes, grilled asparagus. — Fodor's
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Italian
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Northern Italian and Mediterranean cooking distinguish this classy, popular place — Fodor's
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American
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A meal at this good-natured, rough-hewn fish shack with a hypernautical theme is an absolute Cape Cod tradition for some people — Fodor's
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American
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The hardworking kitchen turns out classic New England cooking: lobsters, generous and filling seafood platters, and some of the best chowder around. Eat like a local and try the barbecue pepper shrimp — Fodor's
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Italian
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When you emerge from the Cape Playhouse late at night and need a place to eat, there aren’t many options — Frommer's
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Japanese
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For sushi as fresh as it gets, Inaho, in Yarmouthport, has the requisite shoji screens and a Japanese garden out back — Travel + Leisure
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American
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The best part is the view; there are no bad seats. Be prepared for a substantial meal. The lobster and artichoke fondue, is very hard to resist, so don’t even try. — Frommer's
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Latin
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The Cape has a large Brazilian population, and you can find many of these residents, plus plenty of satisfied visitors, at this all-you-can-eat churrascaria — Fodor's
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Italian
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Candlelight flickers off the white-linen tablecloths and dark-wood wainscoting at the Roadhouse Café, a smart choice for a night out — Fodor's
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American
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An intimate dining room inside a simple yellow house, Pisces serves coastal-inspired fare — Fodor's
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American
3 reviews
Food is on the rich side and very good. You’ll want to have an appetite to eat the likes of foie gras crème brûlée. Among the main courses, there are surprises. — Frommer's
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