During your vacation stay at the Candleberry Inn, you will be balancing local adventures with much-needed relaxation. To recharge in between bicycle tours or sunbathing escapades, make a visit to some popular Mid-Cape restaurants. Refuel on some delicious Cape Cod food and indulge in some heavenly desserts. Whether you need a quick lunch stop or a romantic dinner, we have you covered. When looking for places to eat near Candleberry Inn, consider one of these Mid-Cape restaurants!
Old Yarmouth is a delightful, historic selection of Mid-Cape restaurants. You can enjoy some fish and chips for lunch or indulge in some fine dining in the red room or casual dining in the tavern. The carefully prepared dishes include entrees such as Honey-Dijon Marinated Steak Tips and a Roasted Panko Parmesan Encrusted Haddock topped with butterflied shrimp, garlic and parsley potatoes, and asparagus. Did you lick your lips while reading that?
Captain Parker’s Pub
In West Yarmouth, you will find another great choice when looking for Mid-Cape Restaurants. Captain Parker’s Pub overlooks Parker’s River and offers an award-winning New England chowder. The dinner menu includes some house specialties, such as the Surf & Turf and Teriyaki Stir Fry Shrimp or Chicken. An English Cut Prime Rib or Blackened Swordfish will make a great dinner entree.
Kream ‘n Kone
You can find some great, fresh seafood plates at Kream ‘n Kone. This choice establishment of Mid-Cape restaurants offers a take-out option as well. This is ideal for a quick stop in between your Cape Cod adventures. You can pick up your seafood platter and then take it out to eat on the beach or during a cycling break. A favorite menu item is the seafood roll, including scallop, shrimp, lobster, crab, clam, oyster, and calamari. Sandwiches are another favorite lunch option, including the white meat tuna sandwich and salmon burger. Follow up with a soft serve ice cream cone!
Naked Oyster Bistro and Raw Bar
One of the best Mid-Cape restaurants is in Hyannis. Whether you go for the raw bar, wine cellar, cocktails, lunch, or dinner, you won’t be disappointed at Naked Oyster Bistro and Raw Bar. Just a few highlights from the dinner menu include a lobster bisque, Mediterranean Ahi tuna with marcona almonds and a port wine gelee, and Nantucket Flounder & Lobster with a creamy polenta and champagne beurre blanc. The raw bar then includes a variety of oyster plates, including oyster shooters. The private wine cellar is a treat that can be accessed with groups of 12 to 20.
For Pan-Asian flair in an elegant space, dine at the Ocean House in Dennis Port overlooking Nantucket Sound. You will enjoy some truly delicious and unique plates, but the icing on top of the cake is the incredible dessert menu. Sweet plates include a Tahitian Vanilla Bean Creme Brulee, Warm Chocolate Molten Cake, Pumpkin Mascarpone Cheesecake, Maple Pecan Tiramisu, and an entire page of other options. These delectable desserts are to die for!
Another premier option of Mid-Cape restaurants is the Scargo Cafe in Dennis. Here, you will find some mouthwatering American fare in a Colonial setting, fireplace included. Enjoy a large selection of wine along with a seasonally changing menu. The main menu includes some appetizers like Fresh Maine Crab Cakes and Sweet Potato Dippers. If you’re especially hungry after all your Cape Cod escapades, split the Seafood Tower with the table. Then, dig into the Lemon Flounder, Lobster Mac n’ Cheese, or Seafood Strudel for your entree.
Stay at Candleberry Inn
After indulging in a great lunch or dinner at one of these Mid-Cape restaurants, settle in at Candleberry Inn for the late afternoon or evening. Relax and rejuvenate in a bed and breakfast setting. Then wake up to indulge in a great meal before embarking on more Cape Cod expeditions. For more to see and do in the area, download our free vacation guide!