Originally Posted by cangoss
I second both the Fish House and the Bookstore. We've eaten at the Fish House two times now, and the food (fish) has always been fresh and wonderful. We've been to the Bookstore once, on the recommendation of our innkeeper. We sat upstairs and had a nice view of the water. And, BTW, there is an actual bookstore (the entrance is on the side of the building). Lots of used books, magazines, etc. I bought a copy of Henry Beston's "Outermost House" as a "souvenir" (it's about his year living on the dunes of Cape Cod).
We had an anniversary dinner once at the Red Pheasant Inn in Dennis. The building is a 200 year old barn, and the food (and the atmosphere) is very gourmet but not "stuffy" (www.redpheasantinn.com)
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