Background photo by Greg Hinson
Robert Manz

Don’t Miss Dining

Mezza Luna in Buzzards Bay has the stature acquired with 70 years of family ownership. Rebuilt after a fire burned it to the ground in 2007, the popular restaurant offers authentic Italian entrees and warm hospitality. 508-759-4667

The Lobster Trap is a casual seafood shack overlooking Buzzards Bay with a tasty menu ranging from lobster rolls to grilled swordfi sh. You can also bring home some fresh fish from a conveniently located market. 508-759-7600

Stop by the Brookside Club to check out the clubhouse’s Sunset Grille, where a fi ne dinner comes with sunset views of the golf course and Buzzard’s Bay. 508-743-0705

Point of Interest

Bourne is home to the archaeological curiosity known as the “Bourne Stone,” a 300-pound hunk of granite covered with inscriptions. It was likely a doorstop for a Native American meetinghouse in the late 1600s. Attempts at revealing the identity of the carver or the meanings of the stone’s markings have not been conclusive; the last such investigation was conducted in 2003 in St. Paul, Minnesota. The stone is on display in the museum rooms of the Bourne Historical Society in the Jonathan Bourne Historical Center. 508-759-8167
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Street Scene, Buzzards Bay, Bourne, Mass

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