Background photo by Greg Hinson
Don Sylor

Don’t-Miss Dining

Since 1984, Alberto’s Ristorante in Hyannis has been a casually elegant Main Street favorite. Alberto’s is well known for fine Northern Italian food and superb wine served in a spacious dining room or in two outdoor dining areas. On a summer day, this is a great place to sit at a sidewalk table, enjoy a delicious salad or fresh pasta entrée with a glass of wine, and watch the Cape Cod world walk by.

At the other end of Hyannis’s Main Street, the Brazilian Grill offers barbecue to die for with a huge array of beef, pork, lamb and chicken entrées cooked slow and tasty, all brought right to your table on skewers and then carved hot and tender by friendly staff. There is also a huge buffet of homemade soups, fresh salads, hot entrées, and side dishes.

Point of Interest

Every summer from mid-June to mid-August, the Cape Cod Baseball Leagueshowcases stand-out college players from all over the region. Many future Major League Baseball players—like Red Sox greats Nomar Garciaparra, Mike Lowell, and Jason Varitek—started here during their college years. Barnstable hosts two teams, the Hyannis Harbor Hawks and the Cotuit Kettleers, and the Hall of Fame is located on the lower level of the JFK Museum in
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Main Street Hyannis, looking east, toward the depot