Today is the first day I can truly see and appreciate the fall colors from my kitchen window. We face north and look out across the Great Salt Marsh and the dunes of Sandy Neck Beach, with Cape Cod Bay in the distance. The marsh turns a lovely shade of tawny gold with hints of persimmon and burnt orange in the swamp maples. This is the time of year we first arrived on Cape Cod seven years ago to begin our second adventure as innkeepers.
As foliage approaches and the busy tourist season starts to wane, we now have time to enjoy friends and family, and all of the lovely nooks and crannies that Cape Cod offers our guests. One of our favorite things to do at this time of year is to sample new restaurants that have emerged on the scene, or revisit some of our favorites.
So it is good news that Restaurant Week is in full swing on Cape Cod once again.
From Sandwich to Provincetown, 25 local eateries are offering prix fixe meals for lunch or dinner (and sometimes both) for $25-35 per person. It is an excellent way to sample the culinary talents of our local chefs without breaking the bank. Check the Restaurant List to get specific information about the variety of fine experiences Cape Cod can offer to tantalize your palate. Reservations are recommended.