Eating after SUPper

Besides a beer one of things I most enjoy after a session is a good meal. This page is dedicated to those special places that are worth the extra calories….the ones you’ve just earned. You’ll only find places in here that I really…I mean REALLY enjoy. I have mixed feelings about this. I don’t like waiting for a table…but I want these places to be succesful so they’ll stick around. I guess I have to just hope for the best and share the stoke. Here’s a map to all the places listed….click on it for a larger version

Sandy’s Snack Bar…..if you’re a Plymouth local you already know what I’m talking about. Sandy’s is on Plymouth Long Beach….not just near…on. What can you say about a place that has some of the best seafood around in a town known for its seafood. Sandy’s may have started as a simple beach snack bar….and it’s still that too, but it has become so much more

From the beach tunes playing to the new awning that makes it comfortable even when the wind is blowing and there’s a chill in the air. A laid back friendly funky atmosphere…no shirt, no shoes, no problem! 180 degree view of the beach. My favorite…fried oysters…close second…baked scallops. Sandy’s is only open from around Memorial Day to maybe Columbus Day so call 1st 508 747 5911. There’s usually a bit of a wait for tables on weekends but its well worth it. This is a very popular spot for with locals. This is my favorite place around to eat. If the surf happens to be up you’ll probably see me on the waves earning the calories I’ll be having shortly.

The Cabby Shack…..year after year Cabby’s clam chowder wins the area chowdah contest, also featured on the food channels “The Best Food I Ever Ate” it is one of many reasons to head to the harbor for a bite to eat. cabby’s is also home to the Cape Cod Bay Challenge pre-party. He always has some great local bands playing and we carb load with bread bowls of chowder and Wachusett brews. Its a great place to take in the sites and enjoy a beautiful view of the harbor on a summer night.

It’s always special to find a place that has great food, interesting character, and friendly staff. Cabby’s has just the right mix to make you comfortable.

Cancun…..good Mexican food can be hard to come by around here. That’s why I was so happy to find Cancun in Kingston. They have a great menu with lots of tasty and varied choices. It’s always tough to make up my mind so I usually take my time and enjoy the fresh chips and excellent salsa they bring to the table to help whet your appetite. Of course that requires a Margarita to assist and they make very good ones. I usually just go for the special that day and they’re always good. Despite reading through the menu I have a soft spot for Chile Rellenos so I usually go for a combo and add a Chimi or Enchiladas….I’m always betting on getting half of Sue’s too….:). Top of all this good food and drink with some of the best wait staff around and you have a great combination. I’m always happy to leave a big tip for the service here. If you like good comfy Mexican food in a warm and friendly atmosphere with good drinks, nice folks and all at a reasonable price Cancun can’t be beat.
http://www.cancunkingston.com/

The Surf Club….OK…the Surf Club is nowhere near Plymouth but after paddling 30 miles across Cape Cod Bay there is no place I’d rather have a brew and a bite. The Surf Club has hosted the after party for both of the Cape Cod Bay Challenges “08” and “09”. We couldn’t have picked a better place if we had started a restaurant/bar and named it ourselves. A good selection of brews including Wachusett Blueberry (my favorite summer brew), a great menu of comfort food well prepared, very friendly and efficient staff and a location that can’t be beat. Everybody that comes to P’town walks through Lopes Square and onto MacMillan Wharf. The Surf Club is right on the beach and at the beginning of the wharf. Sitting on the deck enjoying the breeze, a brew, and a bite while people watching is not to be missed.

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  1. If anyone is in RI, let me know! I am a good cook 🙂


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