To keep you aware of the bountiful variety of food that this savvy yet historic region is providing is greatly important to us, both as local residents and as your liaisons to the business owners that put their heart and soul into the superior dining experiences they provide. Innovation and quality are not just good for our local economy; they are valuable contributions to the lifeblood of our community as well. It is said that, “a village that can offer its people bread controls its destiny.” The symbolism in this statement is powerful – and the quality and innovation leaders here on the Cape are eager to show off their talents.
From Harwich to Sandwich, from Provincetown to Osterville, and with some options brand new and some more well-established, many of the towns here have lots of culinary resources worth exploring. Restaurant Week Cape Cod has been operating on a bi-annual schedule since its establishment in the Fall of 2009.
The 3 – 4 course prix fixe theme, with pricing chosen by each location that falls in a range this time from $22 – 35 per person, has remained consistent throughout the event’s history.
Cape Cod’s bounty lies in its beauty, history and diversity.
Plentiful seafood of all varieties, choice meats & locally grown produce abound. Combine this with talented chefs attracted from near and far and you have a destination for some of the finest dining found in the USA; and for all occasions from a romantic, candlelight, seaside dinner to a casual gathering of family & friends. But it hardly stops there …
Even long-time residents are encouraged to re-explore Cape Cod’s 15 distinctive towns, rich culture & close relations with the arts, quaint shops, wooded bike paths, plentiful events & festivals, and the countless array of land & sea activities. There are loads of historic sites and landmarks, each telling the proud role that Cape Cod has played in America’s history. Cape Cod’s numerous and superlative fine dining experiences are also often paired by visitors with New England’s best golf and a variety of lodging and hotels to suit every budget.
Truly, if you are a foodie, this is one week you really need to be on Cape Cod. For additional information on participating restaurants, check out http://restaurantweekcapecod.com