Cape Sea Grille

A romantic setting with New American cuisine

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Since this old sea captain’s home was transformed into a dining destination in 2002, foodies have flocked to the Cape Sea Grille in Harwich Port. Jennifer Douglas Ramler and her chef husband Douglas have managed to weave the Cape’s casual ambiance into this modern candlelit dining room.

The perfected New American cuisine with a French Mediterranean influence doesn’t hurt either. While the cuisine shifts with the season, mainstays like pan-seared lobster with pancetta and asparagus and duck confit make you feel as if you’ve stumbled into a secret sensory garden.

As with most locavore menus, be sure to save space for dessert: Especially if their strawberry shortcake or ginger crème brûlée is on the menu. Looking for romance? The excellent three-course sunset menu is served from 5–5:45.

At A Glance

31 Sea Street
Harwich Port
Open for dinner mid-Apr through New Year’s Eve.

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