Do you love Harwich?!
Still ahead on the right, a short stone walkway leads to White Flowers, sitting back in a charming, white home. Amy White has owned this floral shop for thirty-two years, creating gorgeous arrangements for your home or events. Upon entering, Amy’s warm, energetic personality will undoubtedly bring a smile to your face. Aside from flowers, antique linens are featured in the store’s intimate space. While checking out local shops around Main Street, this spot should surely make the list.
For food and activities by the water, hop in the car and continue on Route 28 to Saquatucket Harbor. Brax Landing offers picturesque water view dining with a casual setting. Kick back in the Adirondack chairs by the fire pit and sip a refreshing drink, or relax on the spacious deck with your meal, all with a quaint harbor view. Brax Landing serves lunch and dinner daily, as well as brunch on Sundays.
Across the lot, the Dockside Seafood Shack is open for its first season. Right next to the Harbormaster, the Dockside has expansive views of Saquatucket Harbor and the marina. In a casual setting with picnic tables and umbrellas, order fresh seafood, salads, and burgers at the window and grab any seat for a perfect view. Also offering beer and wine, the Dockside is a new, picturesque spot for a sunset beverage.
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