Find out what American restaurants to try in Yarmouth. Yarmouth ( /ˈjɑːrmɪθ/ YAR-mith) is a town in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States, Barnstable County being coextensive with Cape Cod. The population was 23,793 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 1176 reviews
The roots to this Cape Cod landmark trace their origins back to the old country and follow a route through Canada before settling in along Route 28. The Yarmouth House Restaurant was founded in 1978 by the Kounadis family patriarch, Gerry Kounadis. Born i
We couldnât find a better place to eat. The service and the food was outstanding!! I am highly allergic to all seafood so we have to be careful where we eat!! My husband got the Chicken parmigiana he said it was excellent and a large amount he couldnât eat it all. I got the Chicken Marsala oh was it ever so good!! Everyone walking out raved about how good their food was!!
4 based on 1563 reviews
A family-friendly, full-service restaurant on the banks of Parker's River serving fresh local seafood, choice meats, and vegetarian offerings. Famous for our award-winning, thick and creamy New England clam chowder. Open year-round, seven days a week. Loo
We stopped here for dinner and it was fantastic. Four in our party and we were in within 15 minutes. With as busy as parking lot looked we thought it would be much longer. Food was fantastic. Two of us had the prime rib and it was cooked perfectly. One had the steamed lobster and one had a great salad, baked potato and fried zucchini!! Everything was perfect. Our waiter Gabriel was excellent and a great asset to this restaurant. Great suggestions and awesome service!! There was nothing to dislike here!! Oh I almost forgot.... of course we had the chowder. It was the best we have had so far. Very good!!!!
5 based on 73 reviews
I can't top all the glowing reviews except to say they are right and this was a lifetime experience meal.My favorite was a combo with seared scallop, pork belly with crispy skin, and maple ginger...soup(?, such a plain word) It had strong flavors in each element that maintained their separation, while also complementing each other.The precision of the many many elements of the dishes is very impressive. Each course has several components and each component has several separate flavors. Each component has precise textures, presentation, colors, etc.A lot of care went into this meal...which changes monthly.
4 based on 1503 reviews
The Skipper Restaurant & Chowder House is a seasonal restaurant open from mid April to mid October. We serve the finest seafood with the best view since 1936. Winner of the Newport, Boston and Cape Cod chowder festivals.
One of Cape Cod's oldest restaurants, the Skipper was founded in 1936 just off the coast of Nantucket Sound. I suspect that, when initially constructed, unobstructed views of the Sound were available. Currently, Seaside Cottages are between them and the water. However, if you gaze to the Northeast, especially when sitting their second floor deck, yes you can see the ocean. Parking is available in a surface lot across the street. As mentioned above, the restaurant has two floors. The first floor is family dining. The second floor has a bar with inside seating as well as a deck with South facing views. We requested and were provided seating on their outside deck. Even on an off-season week night, the Skipper was busy when we arrived for dinner. We had a 30 minute wait for a table. However, when we were done eating and leaving, we saw that the number of people waiting was near triple what it was when we arrived. This is a testament to their popularity. Our server was very good, friendly, efficient and quick. Their menu definitely focuses on fresh seafood, which is what I love. My other half is a vegetarian but is kind enough to allow me to satisfy my appetite for seafood, especially when it is so fresh. The Skipper's menu has a wonderful array of fresh fish and shellfish. The have a raw bar as well as many appetizer and cooked seafood options. They offer soups and salads, including their Triple Crown Champion Chowder. Of course, they too offer lobster and lobster rolls. If a "land lover" is in your group, they have Chicken Parmesan, Prime Rib and Fried Chicken options. In our case, we had their 10 Knot Nachos (Tortilla chips topped with jalapeÃ±o peppers, red onions, black olives, diced ripe tomatoes, scallions and jack cheese. Salsa and sour cream served on the side) and their Fried Oyster platter. The portion size was perfect for both selections. I found the oysters nicely breaded, lightly fried, juicy and flavorful - perfect for my appetite. We liked the food, location and ambiance of the Skipper and would gladly return.
4 based on 909 reviews
The Old Yarmouth Inn offers classic cuisine for the next generation; the best in fresh local fish, shellfish, steaks and pasta. Whether you are looking for a casual meal in our cozy wood paneled tavern or a view of our gardens from the dining room, once y
The oldest building in Cape Cod. We arrived from Boston at 11:30 right when they opened up, perfect timing. We were thirsty and ready for lunch. The entire staff was very friendly and accommodating. There were 4 of us, we all ordered Bloody Marys, they were excellent. The food was fantastic and this is lunch, I wished we had time to come back for diner, I quess that will happen if we are in Cape Cod again. I highly recommend this place.Thank you for your review and for your recommendation. We are glad you enjoyed your Lunch and we will look forward to your return visit for Dinner.Sheila
4 based on 415 reviews
Located in West Yarmouth on Cape Cod, Ann & Fran's Kitchen has been serving friends and neighbors since 1975. Celebrating 10 years of Duarte family ownership, A&F reopens for the season on March 8, 2018 with an eclectic menu of scratch made, unique breakf
Another wonderful surprise. After driving past Ann and Fran's many times, I decided I was not going to pass up another chance, particularly with the updated menu and decor. A mix of urban contemporary and Cape Cod nautical might sound odd, but it works. The cozy (and i mean tiny) restaurant does a lively business from 7am to 2pm. After a wait on a Saturday of about 30 minutes, we were seated and everything on the menu sounded amazing. We opted for the Eggs Benedict. The eggs were perfectly poached, and the hollandaise was some of the best I've ever tasted. Thy could be ordered with ham, or with a vegetarian option that was served with roasted tomatoes and asparagus. There are quite a few vegan/vegetarian and gluten-free options available. Chef Tyler Duarte has owed and operated the restaurant since 2008, and his skill as a chef shows in the extensive and delicious menus. The service made you feel like one of a large, extended family, with Chef Duarte pitching in to assist his staff and oversee the dining room with a smile.
4 based on 359 reviews
From the moment we walked it to the time we left it was excellentâboth food and service. The eggs were fixed as requested, 3 strips of bacon were delicious and choice of toast included English muffin. Service was the best, friendly and efficient. Many menu choices J got blueberry pancakes, link sausage and toast with home fries and scrambled eggs. Locally owned.
4 based on 225 reviews
You know it's good when you think about the food for a year and then make a special trek to get there while on annual vacation. A "good friend" once introduced us to this place and now it's a "must do" when visiting the Cape. The cranberry walnut bread is mouth watering good. We are a walking advertisement for it, telling everyone we run into about how good it is. Their omelettes are great too. Overall, it's just a great breakfast establishment.
4 based on 1184 reviews
The Keltic Kitchen is a very popular breakfast restaurant on Cape Cod. They are open daily from 7:00 AM until 2:00 PM. They have their own off-street parking lot. The reputation of this restaurant is such that they are frequently crowded, especially during the summer season. Plan your visit accordingly, as you may have a waiting line with which to deal. They are noted for their friendly staff, good service, welcoming Irish ambiance & decor, clean cozy cafe style interior, fair prices, excellent tasty food and huge servings. Our traveling companions had been here in previous years and wanted to show off this restaurant to us. Although we are typically not breakfast fans, we wanted to give the Keltic Kitchen a try. They definitely lived up to their reputation. Even eating at 7:00 AM, we felt no need for more food that day until dinner. While on the Cape, we ended up having breakfast here a couple times. Among the items that we enjoyed were their Keltic Benny (2 poached eggs on corned beef hash, English muffin, hollandaise sauce and home fries), Seafood Benny (lobster, shrimp, scallops, clams, pepper, onions with 2 eggs, toast and home fries), Veggie Benny, Reuben Sandwich, Pumpkin French Toast, and Sliced Corned Beef & Eggs. When visiting this part of Cape Cod, whether or not you are a breakfast fan, I recommend you give the Keltic Kitchen a try.
4 based on 202 reviews
A friendly family restaurant that serves seafood, steaks, and American fare. We also have live entertainment many nights a week, including dance music with a live band on Wednesdays and Fridays, Geno Sings Sinatra and More on Sundays, and John Morgan's Ha
Been passing this place for ten years and finally decided to try it. We were not impressed. The menu had a little of everything on it, and we tried a variety of different things. None of them were very good. The interior is dark and dated, and service was very average. There are too many good places around to go here, sorry.Sorry you were not impressed. We always wish for our customers to have a great experience, and most of them do. If you would like to contact me further about what meals you had, I would be happy to discuss any issues that came up. [email protected] Have a good summer!
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