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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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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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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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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
4 reviews
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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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
4 reviews
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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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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Housed in a big red weathered building from 1750, this sophisticated bistro is a dependable choice for breakfast, lunch, or dinner — Frommer'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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