I’m a sucker for renovated barns like the Red Pheasant Inn in Dennis — especially when they are 200 years young and have been transformed into a temple of fine cuisine by a masterful chef-owner (Bill Atwood) and wife (Denise).
Since 1980, diners have whispered about this elegant and inviting eatery — serving first-rate cuisine and stellar wine. Dine beneath low ceilings with exposed beams, on linen-draped tables.
The rustic, romantic ambiance sets the scene for signature rack of lamb, grass-fed beef preparations, game dishes with regional American influences — alongside plenty of “comfort foods.” No matter your appetite or wallet size, they have you covered with new twists on old favorites or classics like sole meuniere. Lobster or the daily seafood catch never disappoint.
If you are not in the mood for a big dinner, the intimate bar is the perfect place for an early evening glass of wine and crab cakes and/or a ginger pear martini and dessert. Again, they’ve got you covered!
Excellent value ($30) early dinners before 5.45pm!