Day Trip: 6A from Brewster to Orleans
From the Bay to the Breakers
Route 6A between Brewster and Orleans follows the crook of the Cape’s elbow along the Brewster Flats to the mighty Atlantic.
As we continue the third and final chapter of our Day Trip series, and wind down through the last two towns on Olde King’s Highway, now known as Route 6A, the hamlets of Brewster and Orleans share recognizable similarities with the previous villages to the west, but the distinct seasonal quality that has defined the Cape for over a century, somehow feels more palpable. It isn’t immediately apparent, but the pull of the proximity of the beach and large expanses of water act like an undertow pulling you closer to a personal rendezvous with the sea.
Agway of Cape Cod offers a wide array of premium pet, home, garden and farm supplies. Dedicated to providing superior value and excellent customer service since 1993. Open 7 days/week, year-round. Shop online at www.agwaycapecod.com for curbside pickup. We have propane and grilling supplies too!
20 Lots Hollow Road, Orleans • 508-255-8100 • agwaycapecod.com
Café Alfresco is a family run breakfast and lunch eatery on historic Route 6A in the charming seaside village of Brewster, We specialize in açaí bowls, smoothies, gourmet sandwiches, Panino’s, soups and salads. Café Alfresco has been a staple in Brewster for nearly 30 years. We are located in the heart of Lemon Tree Village next door to the Cook Shop.
1097 Main Street, Brewster • 508-896-1741 • cafealfrescocapecod.com
Coastal Craft GalleryCoastal Craft Gallery’s tagline, “Shop Local for the Extraordinary,” couldn’t be more true at their gallery located in Orleans. With extraordinary art by local artists and artisans, the gallery offers everything from stained...
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