Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Marstons Mills, Massachusetts, United States. Marstons Mills (also spelled Marston's Mills) is a village in the town of Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States. It was settled by Roger Goodspeed before 1653. His granddaughter Lydia married Benjamin Marston who developed the fulling mill and weaving operations along the Marstons Mills River, hence the name of the village. It is primarily residential, located on Massachusetts Route 28, and rural in nature. Main roads also include Massachusetts Route 149, Race Lane, River Road, Osterville-West Barnstable Road, and Santuit-Newtown Road. The ZIP code for Marstons Mills is 02648.
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4 based on 134 reviews
Out for a Sunday drive on 6A, heading to Sandwich but all the cars headed off-Cape were backed up right to Fatherâs parking lot. So, instead of hanging out in traffic we popped in to Fatherâs for a Beer flight sampler and pizza. Lots of families so it was a bit loud and we opted to go to the bar where it was a bit more quiet. We asked for a âwell-doneâ pizza and we got it...almost burned which is actually exactly the way we like it. They promote their Burger as their bestest item so we would try that next time! If there ever is a next time....
4 based on 776 reviews
Your local British pub with an American address!
While visiting Hyannis Port for a fishing trip we stopped down town for a quick bite and drink. We found the British Beer Company. Great food and drinks. Recommend the Guinness on draft. Our server was very pleasant and helpful. Highly recommend a stop in if your in town.
4 based on 215 reviews
Came in for lunch and brews the truffle ketchup is mouthwatering, great make your own burger and buttermilk fried chicken sandwich (mixed greens were great too). Many beers on tap or cans, bound to find something that fancies your tastebuds. Been coming to Cape all my life and will definitely be back here. Great way to watch a game on tv as well.
4 based on 93 reviews
Nothing special about the food, the service is always good and the drinks are great but the food is just average but for the pizza which is really good. I never bowled there, but it is always crowded when I have goneThank you Carol for the four bubbles, glad you like our pizza. Try the bowling, you'll love it.
3 based on 89 reviews
Welcome to your Centerville Ninety Nine Restaurant where we have "A Passion To Serve." Come dine with us and check out our 9 Real Size Entrees for just $9.99 or come enjoy our Thursday Night Trivia at the bar.
Pick up order. No condiments such as salt pepper, and ketchup. No napkins or eating utensils. Called to ask why was told that had to request them. Never had to in the past. Definitely not the usually friendly service as before. Very disappointed. Hello - This is the 99 Restaurantsâ Guest Relations Department. We're so sorry to hear about your disappointing experience at this location. Would you mind emailing us with your contact information (Name, phone number and email address) also may we personally follow up with you? We'd appreciate the opportunity to make this right, as well as get some more details about your visit so that we can utilize your feedback to improve our restaurants. Thank you for taking the time to let us know about your experience & we look forward to hearing from you.
4 based on 248 reviews
Smaller restaurant, but well worth a visit. We went there twice during our week at the cape. Excellent food. The lobster rolls were great, we also had the salmon and the cod, both delicious and nicely presented. Accessibility very good, the entrance is a ramp and there is a ramp down into the dining area (I use a cane).
4 based on 393 reviews
We are at once surface and symbol. Our logo, which is influenced by the Celtic Knot, is insinuated not only into our decor and menu and onto our wall, but also unto the walls of our imagination. It can speak to us of mystery, of beginning and end, of what
Ate here while vacationing in Mashpee. We had good service. Nice choice of draft beers. Our dinners were decent, but nothing special.
4 based on 210 reviews
Sweet little wine bar/restaurant in Mashpee Commons
nice surroundings. they have a good patio for seating in good weather. quiet overall. varied menu. we had two versions of pasta, generous portions. well presented, tasty. good service. good bread. good wine and beer selection. solid choice of a place to eat, good value.
4 based on 33 reviews
Great location of this very small bar/restaurant. Menu is small, great fresh fish, burgers, salads. No fried food at all .... no French fries! You canât beat the location right on the marina and at sunset great picture taking opportunities. Very accommodating wait staff.
4 based on 97 reviews
The Kettle-Ho is smack dab in the middle of a residential area of Cotuit. It's a townie bar for sure, but much more in that the food is really good and the waitstaff and bartenders really aim to please even if you aren't a regular. You can't go wrong with their specials, and their regular menu has something for everyone. They have good drinks. The place can get crowded, loud and noisy - especially in the spring and summer season. I've never been disappointed with my meal or the service here.
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