Ever visit a place and wonder: Where do the locals dine when they choose a restaurant? Well, many of us pick the Riverway - a dining destination synonymous with quality, warmth and value. (For avid bargain hunters, lunches and Early Birds are very affordable - especially for the size and quality of the fare.)
Because surely if you're on the Cape - and not facing onerous dining restrictions, thoughts of juicy lobster, thick chowders, thick haddock and fresh-from-the-sea clams often drift across your psyche like a tantalizing stream of briny sugarplums. If so, you are decidedly at the right place. To wit: The chowders are exceptional (prize-winning quality); the haddock au gratin (French for cheesy) is world class; and even the meaty Lasagna and tender pot roast (not sure how they showed up) are delectable.
Visiting The Riverway often feels a bit like a mellow family gathering - but without the, uh, oddfellows. It's simultaneously casual and elegant. In summary, every diligent Cape visitor should consider a stop here for lunch or dinner. (And with piano players on Friday and Saturday evenings after 5pm, can it get much better? Hint: No. And if so inclined, request a booth by the player. They even takes tips!)