Dining on Cape Cod

The Inn is proudly recognized as a Distinguished Restaurant of North America, placing it in the top 1% of restaurants in the country. We serve breakfast, lunch, dinner in four distinctive dining rooms as well as our cozy Tavern.

Valentine's Day Menu

Dining Hours ~ Open 7 days

  • Breakfast
    Monday – Saturday 8am to 11am
    Sunday 8am to 11am
  • Sunday Brunch
    11am - 3:00pm
  • Lunch
    Monday – Saturday 11:30am to 4:30pm
    Sunday – 11:30am to 3pm
  • Dinner
    Sunday – Thursday 4:30pm to 8:30pm
    Friday & Saturday 4:30pm to 9pm
  • Dinner Tavern
    Sunday – Thursday 4:30pm to 9pm
    Friday & Saturday 4:30pm to 9:30pm

Steve VaughanEntertainment

  • Fridays in the Tavern
    from 7pm to 10pm:
    • Steve Vaughn

and beginning February 29th:

  • Saturdays in the Tavern
    from 7pm to 10pm:
    • Steve Vaughn

Steve Vaughan is a singer and acoustic guitarist covering hits from popular artists including Ed Sheerhan, Johnny Cash, Tom Petty, Ramones, Elvis and many others.

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Four lovely dining rooms offer a choice of settings; candle-lit rooms, fireside dining in the Music or Webster Rooms garden-side dining in the sun or moonlit Conservatory, cozy dining in the tavern or au natural dining outside on the all new Marshview Terrace or on the patio (seasonal). We welcome guests in all our dining rooms dressed from casual to their Sunday best.

Traditional favorites such as the most tender prime rib and filet mignon, are served alongside creative, contemporary entrees and seasonal dishes from our rotating Chef's Special Menu. Our connoisseur's wine cellar, recipient of The Wine Spectator's prestigious Award of Excellence, features wines that will please even the most discriminating guest.

And no meal at the Inn would be complete without sampling one of the luscious confections specially prepared by our expert Pastry Chef. Try a delectable Dessert from the menu or ask about the featured dessert of the day.

For casual fares and cocktails, the friendly and cozy Tavern at the Inn is an authentic replica of the two-centuries-old tap room where Daniel Webster made regular visits. It also served as the meeting place for local Patriots during the Revolution. The Tavern, with its own menu of soups, sandwiches and lighter fare, is informal and fun.

In the quest to provide fine dining that is healthy and environmentally balanced, a five-stage water filtration system is used for all water served.