Dennisport’s revitalization has comfortably hit its stride over the last few years. The area continues to evolve into a fabulous downtown community with new shops, restaurants and businesses popping up or expanding along their Main Street on Route 28. One of the newer members to the neighborhood is Thai Ocha Café, which opened during summer 2017. The cozy spot has already won over the locals and
There has never been a better time for coffee addicts on Cape Cod. For those of us left unsatisfied by some of the chain caffeine purveyors, our java itch can now be scratched from Woods Hole to Provincetown at locally owned joe joints – some of which are also roasters! Most recently, the sandbar welcomed Three Fins Coffee Roasters, owned by Ron Reddick and Catherine Bieri.
Local police departments step up in more ways than one, and they do so for other communities in times of need as well. Our own Cape Cod PDs have joined forces with their counterparts in Florida to collect and send relief supplies for those affected by Hurricane Irma, the Category 5 storm that hit Florida and the Caribbean in mid-September causing damage and destruction in
It might look unassuming, but if the lines out the door are at least one indication, Ann & Fran’s, located on Route 28 in West Yarmouth, is one breakfast place you will not want to miss. Don’t worry, due to quick and efficient (and always friendly) service the lines move fast, and you’ll get inside the intimate setting in a timely manner. The décor is like
Freshly shucked oysters, tasty cocktails and delicious eats tucked inside an old Cape Cod diner? Sign us up! We are super excited about this summer’s new addition to North Falmouth, the Epic Oyster. Enjoy a beautiful selection of shucked-to-order oysters (changing daily), a Portuguese-inspired menu and an impressive wine list while
The buzz is palpable for The West End, Hyannis’ newest hotspot located next to the Melody Tent at the West End rotary. LLL co-founder Jen Villa and restaurateur and Embargo owner David Noble have joined forces to create a stunning space specializing in locally sourced fare and deliciously crafted cocktails. Dating back to the 1930s, the location has hosted several restaurants including The Paddock, which closed in 2014 after