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May 23, 2007 08:28 AM

Ideas for lunch with kids in Hyannis

Going down for a morning of mini golf and then a stay at the Cape Codder Inn (for the wave pool of course) this sunday. Kids are not terribly adventurous eaters (ages 7 and 5). Best place for lunch in Hyannis?

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  1. There's Baxter's Fish for fried seafood, Colucci Bros. Diner just slightly off the beaten track, that Italian place on Main St. and Persey's on the other side of Main St. with a menu that's a mile long, they'd be able to find something there.

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    1. re: Joanie

      Percy's? MMMMMMM, yummy.......NOT!!!

      1. re: cococoop

        I'm surprised to see everyone hating Percy's. I've been once to Hyannis and once in Kingston and thought they were fine. What's been the problem?

    2. The Hearth and Kettle restaurant in the Cape Codder is great for kids. Very basic pub type food and a kids menu they'd be happy with.

      1. Agree about the hearth and kettle.
        Other possibilities that are only a short distance and fun:

        Four Seas Ice Cream (on Main Street in Centerville) serves nice basic sandwiches and shakes (and homemade ice cream). Assume they open on Mem Day weekend. From there you can go to the Penny Candy Store (aka general store?) across from the playground right around the corner.

        Also, the public golf course in Marstons Mills has a deck on its dining room that overlooks the little airport and you can watch gliders fly while you eat.

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          1. Sam Diegos nearby for Tex Mex.