Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in West Yarmouth. West Yarmouth is a census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Yarmouth in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 6,012 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 2204 reviews
Our casual waterfront restaurant is located right on the docks of Hyannis Harbor across from the Hy-Line ferries. Dine inside, where the look is all about classic seaside style, or outside on our heated patio while watching the boats sail in and out of th
The restaurant is very popular with the visitors to Hyannis and gets very popular, meaning that a wait is probable. However, this was worthwhile as the food, particularly the fish and chips, was very enjoyable. Many groups were dining meaning that the noise level was high.Thank you so much for reviewing! We hope you'll stop in again next time you're in town.
4 based on 279 reviews
Closed for the season. Located in W. Yarmouth, MA and overlooking all of Hyannis Harbor, Tugboats is known for great out door dining, delicious seafood dishes and fantastic drinks!
Four of us stopped in for lunch and were seated immediately on an outdoor porch under a roof. The place was full and everybody there seemed to be enjoying themselves as teh very pleasant wait staff went about serving everybody there. It should be said that it is located on the 2nd floor and they do not have an elevator.The food was all delicious and perfectly cooked. My only disapointment was that even though their menu has steamers they did not have any that day. Prices are mid-range. We had 2 baked Sstuffed Shrimps, 1 shrimp Scampi, 1 Swordfish, 4 cocktails, a Littleneck appetizer for a total coast of $217.00, including T&T. Also they serve the most delicious hot rolls with butter. The visit was well worth it.
4 based on 655 reviews
Award winning raw bar featuring oysters from the Naked Oyster sea farm in Barnstable. Bistro atmosphere by the bar with quieter dining room in back and wine room downstairs for private parties of 12 to 20. Executive chef/owner Florence Lowell, native of B
This is a fine dining restaurant with regard to the menu but casual dress is welcomed. The food was fantastic. My friend loved his oysters Rockefeller. I was intrigued with a dish that included fig ravioli topped with flounder. It was as delicious as it was interesting. The creme brÃ»lÃ©e was one of the best I have had. The custard was at the perfect consistency. I recommend this restaurant with no hesitations.
4 based on 384 reviews
We been working our way through the menu though several visits...ceviche, paella, fried fish, whole fish, etc. This time tried the lomo saltado with garlic rice and really liked it. Tumi deserves the high rating.
4 based on 2101 reviews
Spanky's is open between mid-April and mid-October, serving lunch and dinner daily. On the water on Hyannis Harbor adjacent to the ferry boats to Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard, Spank's is an 8-time winner of the Best Seafood Restaurant award from Cape C
My husband is a huge seafood lover and I am not - we had read reviews and checked out the menu so this place we decided to try. He ordered the seafood stew and moaned with just about every bite. He loved the light broth and the amount of seafood that was in it. Our server wasn't the friendliest but we didn't let bother us too much!
4 based on 211 reviews
Contemporary American cuisine with farm/sea to table daily specials. Cape Cod's best pizza and burger's. All sauces, dressings, and dough made in house. Live music every Friday and Saturday. Trivia every Sunday. Beautiful function space from 20 -150.
I was greeted by Lori, she remembered me. She gave me condolences for the loss of my mom. Now it's time I try something new. I got the vegitarian risotto. What a tasty meal. It's really hard because I have so many favorites. There were many vegetables and the flavor was one I will crave until my next trip. Mom would have loved it. My husband stuck with his ceasar blt no ceasar and no L. It was perfect again, it came with fries. The outside shack was not open yet, can't wait to try some sides from there. Kevin was outside preparing for opening so I didn't get to say hi. I didn't see Karen either. I only know them through staying at the hotel. They are always so welcoming. Remember they have specials and as the night progresses they get crowded. Be kind to your waiter or waitress.
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 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 1561 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
This was the closest restaurant to our hotel, and rated reasonably well. We were a little disappointed as a consequence as not up to our self set expectations.For us, the food was expensive but at least it came with some vegetable! A little overdone, but greenery was very welcome on our road trip so far. We both had the blackened swordfish which in itself was thick and excellent. The setting was canteen style and quite noisy, also a little chilly. The pub next adjoining looked more convivial but eating was in this separate bit.Probably the best local option that said, and seemed popular with locals, but not condusive to us.
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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