Finding a Cape Cod restaurant is easy since Chatham is renowned for outstanding cuisine. While many venture to the Cape in search of fresh seafood from the local Massachusetts waters, there are many options besides seafood from which to choose. The following is a dining guide to some of our favorites, but there are countless more excellent restaurants we are discovering constantly.

28 Atlantic, Harwich, MA — www.wequassett.com
If a view is what you are after, 28 Atlantic is hands down the place to go. Often, the food and service are compromised when a restaurant has such a spectacular view to fall back on, but this is far from the case here. Great service, setting, and food - great special occasion choice. (open for dinner & lunch in the Outer Bar & Grille in the summer)

Buca's, Harwich, MA — www.bucasroadhouse.com
Set in a casual atmosphere complete with fairy lights and red-checked tablecloths, Buca's serves up exceptional Italian cuisine at reasonable prices. The menu is extensive and selecting a dish can be tough, but whatever you choose, you can't go wrong at Buca's. They also have an award winning wine list. (open year round)

Campari’s, Chatham, MA — www.camparis.com
Three restaurants under one roof – each with its own personality, all with delicious food. (open year round)

Cape Sea Grille, Harwich Port, MA — www.capeseagrille.com
Located near the water, the Cape Sea Grille features mouth watering coastal cuisine. The swordfish is out of this world! (open for dinner  during mid April -mid December)

Captain Linnell House, Orleans, MA — www.linnell.com
A chef-owned, former sea captain's house that is great for special occasions. Exceptional food and desserts. Closed March 

DelMar, Chatham, MAwww.delmarbistro.com
More Boston than Cape Cod, this hip restaurant features everything from pizza to steak and is a great place to go if you love martinis. (open year round)

Impudent Oyster, Chatham, MA —  located in the village. Wonderful fresh seafood, lobster served baked stuffed, steak and duck, the specials are interesting and ever changing. Very popular with locals and tourists, reservations are a must (open year round)

Pisces, Chatham, MA — www.piscesofchatham.com
Another excellent seafood choice, Pisces also offers many other “land” choices. It is a chef-owned restaurant with an intimate cottage feel. Locals wait with baited breath for Pisces to open its doors for the season. (open for dinner mid April-mid October)

The Squire, Chatham, MA — www.thesquire.com
Featuring great food in a casual setting, the Squire is a Chatham landmark offering the best fried oysters around. (open year round)

The Red Pheasant Inn, Dennis MA, MA — www.redpheasantinn.com
About a 30 minute drive, located on gorgeous 6A in Dennis. The Red Pheasant Inn is a very romantic 200 year old Cape barn with lovely gardens. The cuisine is ecletic offering fresh local seafood, a game dish, roast duckling, and a chicken dish. Prices range from $21-$33 (open year round)