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Restaurants Reopening for the Season on Cape Cod and the Islands

Birds chirping, flowers blooming, whales returning, and restaurants reopening…. it’s spring on Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. The arrival of spring means many of our local restaurants that closed for the winter season are once again opening their doors.

So come and enjoy the beauty of spring and delicious food on Cape Cod and the Islands.

Cape Cod Restaurant Oyster Painting

The Lobster Claw in Orleans - April 1
Baxter's in Hyannis - April 15 at 11:00am
Cape Cod Creamery in Yarmouth - Open
Farm Neck Café on Martha’s Vineyard - April 17
Polar Cave in Mashpee - Open!
Brotherhood of Thieves on Nantucket - Open

Cape Cod Restaurant Food Fantasia

Fairway Restaurant and Pizzeria in Eastham - Open
Cape Sea Grille in Harwich - April 14
Mac's Seafood in Provincetown - Open
JT's in Brewster - April 14
PJ’s Seafood Restaurant in Wellfleet - April 17
Spanky’s Clam Shack in Hyannis - April 13
Zia's Pizzeria in Orleans - April 13
Sharky's Cantina on Martha’s Vineyard - Open!
Sundae School in Dennisport - April 13
Giordano's on Martha’s Vineyard - May 22nd (take-out available April 23rd)

Arnold's in Eastham - May 10
The Beachcomber in Wellfleet - May 25
The Jettie’s on Nantucket - May 22

Don’t forget about Cape Cod Restaurant Week which runs from May 9th to May 15th and Nantucket Restaurant Week will be held June 6th through June 12th. Restaurant weeks are a great opportunity to try great food at great prices.

About Becky Fischer

About Becky Fischer: I have worked for WeNeedaVacation.com since 2003. Currently serving as Marketing Manager, my position entails collaborating on all print and social media marketing efforts as well as the company's valuable relationship with 17 local Chambers of Commerce. In addition, I provide photography, video, and consultation services to vacation rental homeowners, and have photographed over 300 homes on the Cape and Islands. My husband and three children moved to Brewster in 2006. I grew up outside of Boston, spent summer vacations on Nantucket, and was married in Orleans. My favorite activities on the Cape are walking on the CCRT, deep breaths at the beach, and working with my community to support the schools and local events.