Craving seafood while on the Cape? Full of seafood spots and ocean views, the Cape hands down has some of the best restaurants. Whether you're craving lobster, fried seafood platters, or clam chowder, we're sharing our go-to seafood spots you need to try. If you want to make your fresh meal even better...pair it with an ice cold Cod'r, we can guarantee all our flavors taste great with any seafood dish!
Arnolds Lobster & Clam Bar, Eastham
Arnold's in Eastham is an award-winning clam shack known specifically for its fried clams. If fried clams are your go-to, you can't go to the Cape without a trip here. On top of the incredible food, they also have ice cream and a mini golf course, so it's the perfect place to bring the entire family to!
Sesuit Harbor Café, Dennis
Rumor has it, Sesuit Harbor Café in Dennis has a killer lobster roll. This chill seafood shack is a casual vibe with outdoor picnic tables overlooking the water. Not to mention, they're BYOB so pick up a pack of Cod'r and order a lobster roll to pair with it!
Skipper's Chowder House, South Yarmouth
If it's in the name, you know Skipper's Chowder House in South Yarmouth has got some bomb chowdah! One of Cape Cod's oldest waterfront restaurants, you will leave Skipper's feeling so fulfilled after a cup of clam chowder, seafood staples, and gorgeous views of Nantucket Sound.
Lobster Pot, Provincetown
You can't take a trip to P-Town without visiting the Lobster Pot! Another restaurant overlooking the water, they have almost every seafood dish you can imagine and also feature Portuguese dishes to add a unique twist to their traditional seafood cuisine.
Fishermen's View, Sandwich
Located on the Cape Cod Canal, Fishermen's View is an incredible spot for delectable seafood and drinks. With a dining room that offers panoramic water views, all their seafood is fresh and locally sourced which inspires one-of-a-kind seafood dishes. Coming on or off the Sagamore Bridge, stop in for the Knuckle Sandwich, it won't let you down!
The Black Cat, Hyannis
If you find yourself starving after a ferry ride from Nantucket or Martha's Vineyard, The Black Cat in Hyannis is the place you want to stop at. Located across Hyannis Harbor, this spot features an abundance of native seafood dishes that will leave you wanting to go back for more!
Add our go-to seafood spots to your list next time you're on the Cape and don't forget to pick up a pack of Cod'r on your way!
Photo from Sesuit Harbor Cafe Instagram @sesuitharborcafe