You have a choice at the Old Yarmouth Inn: casual pub dining or fine dining in one of three dining rooms. The fireplaces and white linens in the main dining rooms create a cozy elegance, but I often end up at the low-key tavern, a former stagecoach stop. It’s just the perfect place for a grilled chicken Caesar, cup of clam chowder, or great burger.
Chef David Woodbury has been at the helm here in Yarmouth Port since 2004, garnering Wine Spectator Awards of Excellence and whipping up specialties like black and white sesame ahi with wasabi mashed potatoes. Lobster (baked, stuffed, in a roll, or whatever) is always a terrific choice.