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Boat accessible restaurants/bars on cape cod

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  • GTopp May 27, 2008 11:22 AM
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Anyone know of any cape cod waterfront bars or restaurants that allow access by private boat? I think the Flying Bridge does, any others?

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  1. Anywhere on Cape? Falmouth, Hyannis, Harwich, Dennis bayside, Ptown? It's a big place...you get my point I'm sure.

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    1. re: CapeCodGuy

      From the canal to chatham, southside

    2. Baxter's Boathouse in Hyannis (touristy, but I still go once a summer), maybe you can pull up to a dock at Sesuit Harbor in East Dennis, and there's a great breakfast/lunch spot there. The name escapes me...phelana will remember. It is super-casual, picnic tables and paper plates, but good food and the view is stunning. Too bad Thompson's Clam Bar in Harwichport is no longer. That was a great place to pull up your boat and eat.

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      1. re: la ciclista

        Sesuit Harbor Cafe is the place you are thinking of.

        1. re: jillian

          Thanks, but I'm located in Waquoit bay, so getting up to the bay is a bit more of a hike than I'd like.

          1. re: GTopp

            Summer Rose is located at the Bass River Marina on the south side of Dennis. Can't vouch for the food. http://www.mysummershanty.com/
            Baxters in Hyannis as someone else mentioned but the food's nothing special and it's top dollar (for clams and lobster especially). http://www.baxterscapecod.com/ Also, Brax Landing in Harwichport, but again, the food's only so-so.

            1. re: CapeCodGuy

              Thanks CCGuy, Summershanty looks pretty good, nice raw bar menu.

      2. Have you tried the Chart Room in Pocasset? It's a very good spot, right on the water. I'm not sure how you dock just for a meal, though, so I'd call ahead.