A group of us (7) went for dinner after a show and every person in the party commented how great the food and service was. Our waiter David J. was very informative, friendly, and always looking after us. Both the prime rib special and the panko crusted scallop special were outstanding. It was the first visit for two people in our party and both of them said they will be coming back. I did take note with their ample wine list and they had one of my favorite Malbec's (Catena Zapata 2008) on the list which I promptly ordered. For those on a budget they offer a prix fixe three course dinner at $25 between the hours of 4PM to 6PM. The menu is quite varied and has many selections so be prepared to have a hard time choosing as every dish that I have had over the years has always been good. The atmosphere is very nice as they have multiple rooms and the tavern area has a pretty active bar scene. The main dining room is well appointed and very charming. The only issue is that the room can be a bit noisy (it was filled that night) and maybe installing some ceiling sound baffles might help. The owner Sheila came around near the end of our meal and asked how everything was which I feel is a nice touch and shows good management. I believe the Inn is the oldest on Cape Cod as it was built in the late 1690's and the owners have upgraded and maintained it extremely well so it still has some of its original charm. If you visit the Cape be sure to add this restaurant on your list to try out as you will not be disappointed.
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