Seafood Restaurants in South Yarmouth

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Growing up on a New York dairy farm and rural Maine town, respectively, Sailing Cow Cafe co-owners Robyn Thibodeau and Sandy Jessup were always proud of their landlocked homes, but each longed for the sea. The pair eventually opened their waterside Sailing Cow Cafe in 1998 to serve up the tastiest catches the waters could provide, plus land-raised specialties. Nestled along Nantucket Sound, the eatery concocts breakfast, lunch, and dinner coupled with the fresh sea breeze on its open patio during fair-weather months or inside its protective walls during the rest of the year. During dinner, guests can sup on lobster loaded with a homemade crabmeat stuffing, broiled scallops, or country-classic liver and onions. Live blues, folk, and rock occasionally fill the dining room, while out on the patio guests can enjoy a cocktail as seagulls audition for local bands. Early risers can grab breakfast starting at 7 a.m. or pop in between 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. to take advantage of lunch specials.

100 Old Wharf Rd
Dennis Port,
MA
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Clancy's, heralded by Cape Cod Life in 2009 as one of Mid Cape's "Best Family Dining" restaurants, brings its beloved banquet of fresh fare into area homes with its to-go family-style menu. Serve four to six diners desiring bite-sized beef with Clancy's half-pan of choice sirloin-steak tips ($80), or feed the other four members of your Aerosmith tribute band with a half-pan of fettucine alfredo ($40). An array of appetizers is available, including 24 potato skins ($30) or a full pan of boneless buffalo wings ($65). Salads, stir-fry dishes, and baked seafood entrees are also available for bulk buying.

8 Upper County Rd
Dennis Port,
MA
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Zazzle.com is an intensely popular provider of personalized presents, stamping T-shirts, coffee mugs, postage, greeting cards, and more with a singular seal of your own idiosyncratic identity. Quickly customize a basic men’s T-shirt ($12.95–$19.95) to commemorate your stellar parking-lot rugby season, or go for a cutely stylized greeting card ($2.95 and up, discounts available for mass quantities). Other popular items include self-designed mugs ($13.95–$22.10) and absurdly cute pet clothes ($18.95 and up). Since each item is created on the spot by Zazzle’s nondenominational gift-making elves, more complicated orders and items may take longer to produce and ship.

18 Wright St
New Bedford,
MA
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Since 1939, McMenamy’s Seafood has plumbed the depths of the ocean to assemble its full restaurant menu and stock its carryout fish market with the day’s freshest catches. The comfy, family-owned eatery sports nautical accoutrements along its walls, including a taxidermied fish, an ocean mural, and an imposing pirate flag hung up to signal that gold doubloons are buried deep within your basket of shrimp. A drive-thru window caters to pescetarians on the go, whereas TVs broadcast sports indoors as patrons dig into baked, broiled, or fried seafood.

810 Belmont St
Brockton,
MA
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Main Street Bar & Grill douses the raging fires of hunger with a menu of gourmet surf 'n' turf served up among warm, mahogany accents and friendly patrons. Warm up bellies with a starter of tavern classics such as the sidewalk sliders, four mini burgers strolling pleasantly to your palate while holding hands with caramelized onion and homemade pickles ($8.99). The eatery's skilled chefs have artfully arranged an array of meaty entrees, including the succulent Main Street steak tips ($14.99+), the baked haddock dressed in a breadcrumb coat ($13.99), and the grilled brine pork chops drizzled in cabernet sauce ($15.99), each designed to quell hunger and serve as makeshift werewolf bait. Those who eschew silverware can grab hold of a Smokey Joe burger, smothered in barbecue sauce and clutching a security blanket of bacon strips ($9.99). The Main Street flatbread pizza satisfies saucy appetites with a secret recipe crust piled with gooey mozzarella, great for practicing fractions homework and tempting mutant turtles.

1400 Main St
South Weymouth,
MA
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15 Point Road, A special treat in Portsmouth Rhode Island along the Sakonnet River. Busy, but not crowded, with an enchanting moonlit river view. A traditional menu pleases most everyone and house specialties are an ever-changing eclectic delight of innovative and contemporary dishes.

15 Point Rd
Portsmouth,
RI
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