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Anthony DiSpezio

Don’t-Miss Dining

For fine dining, try the Glass Onion, which gets rave reviews for mouth-watering fare, great service, and intimate atmosphere. Menu items feature local ingredients: go for the Coonamessett Farm Salad, the Sunflower Encrusted Flounder with Caramelized Turnips, Upland Cress, and Caviar Beurre Blanc.

Get your seafood fix right on the waterfront at Quicks Hole in the village of Woods Hole. Grab an overstuffed lobster roll, lobster taco on a fresh corn tortilla, or homemade quahog chowder. Open seasonally.

Try Betsy’s Diner, open daily, just east of Main Street. You can’t go wrong with anything on the menu!


Point of Interest

Looking for a mini getaway? The Knob, located at the end of Quissett Harbor Road, is the perfect quiet place to enjoy Falmouth’s natural landscape. After walking the peaceful, dog-friendly trails throughout 12 acres dedicated to bird sanctuaries, make your way up to the top to witness breathtaking views of Quissett Harbor and Buzzards Bay. Whether you feel like bird watching, taking a dip at the attached beach, or an oceanside picnic, the Knob is the perfect destination.

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