Bobby Byrne’s Restaurant & Pub
Food for Thought
Jim O’Shea, the executive chef at Bobby Byrne’s, says his goal for the charming Mashpee Commons restaurant was to create a varied and interesting menu that appeals to a broad range of diners.
“Our focus has always been to deliver a quality product at a good price,” says O’Shea, noting that his culinary chops began in childhood when he helped his mother prepare meals for nine brothers and sisters. “I cooked at the side of the very best,” says O’Shea with a laugh. “Just like at home our most popular items here are simple dishes done really well; clam chowder, steak tips, fish and chips, or baked scrod.”
Since 1973, Bobby Byrne’s—with other locations in Sandwich and Hyannis—has been popular with both visitors and year-rounders, some of whom claim that the Cape’s best chowder can be found here. “Whether it’s a soup or a salad, a snack or a sandwich, seafood, or perfectly cooked steak tips, you’ll always find what you want at Bobby Byrne’s” says O’Shea.
Bobby Byrne’s has a well-deserved reputation for value, serving a combination of casual, yet creative food, fun cocktails, locally brewed beers, international wine selections, and more in a comfortable, welcoming atmosphere.
Dinner for two…
- Spinach & Artichoke Dip ($8.95)
- Baked Scrod ($15.95)
- 12 oz. New York Sirloin ($18.95)
- Molten Chocolate Cake ($5.50)
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