Posted June 14, 2010 by Jaclyn Liechti
Cape Cod is a collection of 15 towns in southern Massachusetts that promise New England beachy fun. From Sandwich to Provincetown, this area evokes days gone by and quaint traditions that shouldn't be missed. Whether you want to chow down at a local clambake, shop in funky art galleries and stores, or listen to the sound of the waves hitting the shore, Cape Cod is a favorite destination.
Scargo Cafe: Pull up a bar stool at the colonial-inspired Scargo Cafe in Dennis Village, where you'll feel right at home next to the roaring fireplace or on the deck for sunset cocktails. Try a Crantucket Lemonade, made with Triple Eight Nantucket distilled vodka, limoncello, and cranberry juice; or a local craft brew named Whale's Tale. Cocktails start at $6, craft beers start at $8.
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