in Truro, where the pasta is made in-house and cooked to order.
Traditional favorites include chicken parmigiana and fettuccine Alfredo along with regional dishes like wild boar ragu, a Tuscan specialty.
From seafood to ethnic cuisine, delis to fine dining, Orleans has a variety of culinary options.
Romantic tables, waterfront dining, casual pubs, family restaurants and cafes provide a vast selection for visitors and residents. No matter the style, Orleans can help set the mood for togetherness.
Just off to the east is the beautiful National seashore on sparkling Atlantic Ocean and the spectacular Nauset Marsh, home of the Cape’s first inhabitants… The National Seashore and it’s visitors center is just a mile away.
To the west is scenic Cape Cod Bay, offering colorful sunsets, quaint harbors and wonderful fishing.
A written cancellation must be received 10 days in advance of your arrival date.
There is a 2 night minimum during the summer season, 3 nights for holiday weekends. A conference room is available for small business meetings.
also offers a panoramic waterfront view with its authentic Chinese/Polynesian fare.
A highlight of the menu at this family-owned venue are creative cocktails – including Mai Tais and Love Potions – served in distinctive glasses.-century dry goods and candy store, lending a sense of history and charm as guests savor New England fare within a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere that also recalls a Boston club. with dinner at 5, while special events include a lively St.
Small wonder this is a favorite for weddings and other events., where three dining areas – including a seasonal waterfront deck – overlook pristine Town Cove.
Here, guests linger over everything from New York sirloin to herb-roasted local cod and wild mushroom ravioli.