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Through their afternoon tea, Dunbar House Restaurant & Tea Room keeps the British, culinary culture alive. A lovely tea room set in a historic building, the location this place enjoy's is only one of its many offerings to the patrons. Dunbar House is a cozy escape from the city, especially on those colder afternoons. It's a perfect spot for sipping on some well-brewed leaves sourced from Assam and Darjeeling, while indulging your palate in finger sandwiches and cakes. The place also serves options like Chamomile tea, Jasmine-infused green tea, and the Maple Tea which come most recommended for connoisseurs.
Management at this casual eatery understands that most patrons prefer outdoor seating, so the decks are chock-full of tables overlooking the harbor. This establishment has two large bars and lounges and three dining areas. Watch the Nantucket ferries come and go as you try the lobster roll, the rich and creamy clam chowder or abundant sandwiches. Heartier fare complements the evening menu. Tugboat's is a great refuge, even on rainy days. A popular nightspot, head for the tiny upstairs bar where folks at the bar swill tropical drinks to music with a Caribbean beat.
Overlooking the Bass Creek, along the East Boat Basin, the Pilot House is the brainchild of Bobby and Jen Jarvis. This lovely seafood restaurant is popular among the locals for their good food and scenic views. Savor their dishes like Clams Casino, Stuffed Quahog, Grilled Swordfish, Lazy Man’s Lobster, Blackened Scallops, Baked Stuffed Shrimp, Crab Cakes, Lobsters and Crispy Fried Seafood. Their bar has a wide range of beer and wine. So complement your meal with either one of them. Enjoy the live music on every Saturday and Sunday.
Even on a crowded evening, the dining room at Inaho seems calm and tranquil. Maybe it's the decorative screens that create peaceful niches. Or maybe it's the indulgent staff. Either way, this Yarmouth Port eatery is just about the best sushi place on Cape Cod. The Japanese cuisine here is not all raw, so there is something for those who shy away from sushi. The tempura dishes are popular as is the shabu-shabu, a beef and vegetable dish cooked like a fondue. The restaurant has a full service bar.
Housed within a charming wooden cottage, Keltic Kitchen is one of the most popular breakfast restaurants in the city. Covered in light-wood tones, peppered with Irish themes and filled with a relaxed atmosphere, this restaurant makes every meal a pleasant one. The menu is dominated by classic Irish dishes, with a twist of local flavor. From their famous Corned Beef Hash and Keltic Bunny, to the classic pancakes and sandwiches, the food served here always leaves an impression on your memory.