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chocoa1 Jun 28, 2009 12:55 PM

Looking for recommendations of places in or near Chatham, MA that make wholesome food and really know how to cook well. No meat. Thanks.

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    biga290 Jun 28, 2009 02:21 PM

    Chatham Squire for seafood.

    1. CapeCodGuy Jun 28, 2009 08:16 PM

      Do a board search for Impudent Oyster and Vining Bistro. Lots of reports and good info.

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        offaly_tasty Jun 30, 2009 12:14 PM

        Agreed on Impudent, often considered one of the the best "night off" places to eat for locals in the food biz. Avoid the Squire, it's a zoo, especially Thurs-Sat during the summer time. Other thoughts:
        -28 Atlantic(at the Wequasset); arguably one of the top high end spots on the cape, but comes with the price tag attached.
        -Pices; a great 20-odd seat restaurant off main street. Its top quality in a cozy environment.

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          Scargod Jul 7, 2009 06:15 AM

          Would agree that Chatham Squire Restaurant is probably a zoo with all the tourists and kids and it in the middle of trinket paradise on "the strip" of Chatham.
          I don't know anything more about the place but think their sign's slogan, "Food for the hungry - Drink for the thirsty" is silly/goofy and "Faux Old Cape" tourist speak.
          Pics of shops and windows in the area.

           
           
           
           
        2. GastroSpeakBoston Jul 8, 2009 08:52 AM

          28 Atlantic at the Wequasett Inn (not in Chatham Center) is one of the best meals - and priciest - we've ever had on the Cape. Quire is good as a bar, but I personally don't think the food is that great. Impudent Oyster is also very good.

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