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Don’t-Miss Dining

Michael McLaughlin If you’re hankering for a good breakfast at a reasonable price, look to the Top Mast Café. You’ll find all of the standard breakfast items, plus some interesting daily specials. The seafood frittata is a big hit.

topmastresort.com
508-487-2099

Blackfish is popular because of its excellent service and five-star food from a creative menu that includes Homemade Pasta, Parmesan Scallops, Pork Bellies, and more.

508-349-3399

Try Terra Luna, open May through October, when you’re in the mood to splurge on elegant dishes like Meyer Aged Sirloin Steak or Roasted Codfish with Garlic Chive Sauce. This tucked-away, quaint cottage is a favorite for both locals and visitors.

theterraluna.com
508-487-1019

  Mary Ann Vitieallo

Point of Interest

Truro is the least populated of all towns on the Cape, making it an ideal spot for the artistic and the introspective. Originally called Pamet by the local Native Americans, the name was changed in 1705 to Dangerfield due to the many accidents at sea off its coast. Eventually the town was renamed after Truro, England. Visit Pamet Harbor and savor the day by discovering all sorts of sea creatures in the tidal pools and salt marsh at low tide.

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Highland Light and Wireless Station, North Truro, Cape Cod, Mass

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