Hottest and Newest Restaurants on Cape Cod, MA

There’s nary a moment when tasty food isn’t close while staying in one of Cape Cod’s fifteen towns. The wide variety of cuisines make the ideal companion for a time spent on one of the county’s most beautiful landscapes. Competition is therefore welcomed, and these new restaurants are vying for elbowroom in a hungry crowd.

Clean Slate Eatery – 702 Ma 28 – West Dennis, MA

The Clean Slate website boldly claims, “This is not just a meal but an experience.” The five-star rating on Yelp thus far would seem to back that up. Diners here haven’t been disappointed by the seafood-based, vegetarian friendly dinners that are accompanied by a friendly atmosphere and impeccable service. Don’t forget to treat yourself to a glass of wine from their impressive collection.

Father’s Kitchen and Taphouse – 406 Ma-6a – Sandwich, MA

Bring the family to Father’s Kitchen and Taphouse for a savory cheeseburger and an ice-cold craft beer. The friendly atmosphere at Father’s is true the name because you’ll feel right at home. They have over fifty beers on tap, so there’s sure to be an adult beverage of choice for everybody. Don’t sleep on the pizza either, which is offered at discount prices every Wednesday. That might just be the day you try the peanut butter and bacon pizza!

Station 21 – 21 S Water St – Nantucket, MA

Station 21 is so new that they don’t even have a full website up yet, but their restaurant is still fully functioning—and delicious! The sibling to Nantucket’s Lola 41 restaurant is an excellent addition to the dining scene on Cape Cod. Their lunchtime menu offers gourmet sandwiches, individual pizzas, and fresh salads. Dinner is when you really begin to appreciate the chef’s work, as you watch the dishes of skillet meatball and beet ricotta emerge from the kitchen.

Fisherman’s View – 20 Freezer Rd – Sandwich, MA

What would a stay on Cape Cod be without some seafood? Waltz into Fisherman’s View, one of the top Cape Cod restaurants, after a long day on the boat to enjoy some fresh lobster right from the boat of the owners themselves. Local fishermen Bob and Denny Colbert are extremely proud of their boat-to-table seafood market—and they have plenty of reason to be! Not only is the seafood wonderfully tasty, but the view from the market that overlooks the marina is an experience itself. Munch on a cod sandwich while watching the sunset over the ocean.