The Dan’l Webster Inn
Food for Thought
The 300-year-old Dan’l Webster Inn offers a lesson in contrasts. “I used to jokingly say we should call ourselves The Dichotomy Inn,” says Steve Catania, owner and vice president of the Dan’l Webster Inn. “We provide a menu that’s very creative and contemporary, yet we also provide menu items that are traditional. And we try to satisfy both sides through very healthy food.”
Patrons in five dining rooms can order from a pair of menus, chock-full of artful dishes derived from carefully selected ingredients: prime rib aged on the premises, antibiotic-free chicken and eggs, and homegrown herbs among them. In addition to comfort food favorites, the Dan’l Webster Inn offers the Green Palate, an assortment of taste-tempting organic vegan, and vegetarian dishes. It’s all part of a commitment to quality, Catania says. “You don’t want to serve anything that you don’t really feel great about.”
Once a meeting place for local patriots during the Revolutionary War, this restaurant in the historic heart of downtown Sandwich offers a wide range of fare that’s as healthy as it is tasty.
Dinner for two…
- Lobster Nori Roll ($11)
- Beef Crabioli ($12)
- Chef’s Special Menu (a selection of five entrees made from seasonal produce, seafood, and meat; price varies)
- Peanut Butter Mousse Pyramid ($8.50)
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