The Old Yarmouth Inn
Food for Thought
Chef Dave Woodbury knows that the competition is fierce among the many top-notch restaurants on Cape Cod, but he also knows that The Old Yarmouth Inn is one of a kind.
As the longest standing inn on Cape Cod, the Old Yarmouth Inn has been serving locals and travelers alike for well over 400 years. With a quintessential New England legacy that includes serving as a stop on the Underground Railroad and being rumored as a home to a few friendly ghosts, the inn offers guests not only exceptional food and service, but also an extraordinary historical experience few other establishments can provide.
“We take pride in everything we do,” says Woodbury. “We do our best to remain very consistent in our menu. Our seafood is great, and we have a prime rib that is fantastic.” Every member of the staff at the Old Yarmouth Inn work hard to uphold the inn’s shining reputation as an historic landmark and a top quality restaurant.
Offering “classic cuisine for the next generation in a unique and timeless setting,” the Old Yarmouth Inn combines the charm of classic colonial architecture with an award-winning wine list and menu. Established in 1696, the rich history of the inn serves as an exquisite backdrop for fine dining.
Dinner for two…
- Baked Oysters Rockefeller ($13.95)
- Roasted Panko-Parmesan Encrusted Haddock Filet ($28.95)
- Hoisin & Beer Glazed Short Ribs of Beef ($23.95)
- Owner-selected Wine List ($28 to $125)
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