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April 21, 2015

Eat like a local

Elle put together some easy steps every host can follow to prevent hosting from becoming more of a chore than a reward.

“Some of our most enthusiastic hosts are so dedicated to their guests having an exceptional stay that they’re challenged to find their own time and resources for themselves,” says Joseph (CEO). “They’re givers and sometimes givers swing too far into that giving activity.”

The saying “You have to taste a culture to understand it” certainly holds very true. Food in Cape Cod is a melting pot of cultural influences that have been blended with the area. natural bounty of fruits, spices and ocean-fresh seafood. Here are our top picks of places to experience authentic Creole cuisine:

The Daily Brew Coffee House

The Daily Brew is more than just a coffee house. It’s a way of life. We’re not about faceless drive thru windows where nobody knows your name or hard to pronounce specialty drinks that require a foreign language degree to order! At “The Brew” you can always enjoy a delicious beverage or sandwich from the comfort of one of our many seating areas, surrounded by art, laughter and most importantly, people like you, who just want a place to feel at home!

Opening hours:

Monday to Sunday: 7am – 2pm (Food, smoothies, and coffee’s!)

The Glass Onion

This fine dining spot in Falmouth has been serving dishes like rich lobster strudel with mascarpone and white wine since 2009. Other favorites include seafood and mushroom risotto and duck breast that’s brined for hours before it gets a nice sear.

While the wait staff still wear ties and pressed white shirts, this place isn’t super formal, and certainly is your best bet in Falmouth for a nicer sit-down dinner. The building was built in 1926 and the dining room is generally pretty stunning, with sage green beadboard, floor-to-ceiling windows, and candles everywhere you look. Definitely make a reservation.

Opening hours:

Tuesday – Saturday: 5pm-9pm (Fancy In house Dining)


The Brazilian Grill is a family-owned restaurant, established in 2000. They offer an authentic dining experience featuring homemade recipes from southern Brazil, passed down from generations.  The main attraction is the Churrasco a Rodizio, the traditional Brazilian barbecue, served table-side by Gauchos, who carve up skewers of beef, chicken, pork and lamb that have been grilled over wood fire, just as the legendary Gauchos would have done in the Rio Grande do Sul region of Brazil.

“Best salad bar. Delicious drinks.  Best chocolate brigadeiro cake. Tip go on a weekday during lunch hours. Favorites from the grill: Picanha, heart chicken, chicken with bacon, cheese with guava and pineapple.”  – Google Review 

Monday – Sunday: 11:30 am – 10:00 pm


Fishermen’s View is a sea-to-table seafood restaurant, serving local fish from the Cape Cod Canal. Enjoy uninterrupted waterfront views and dine on both Cape Cod classics and globally-inspired plates. Fresh fish, take out option, beautiful dining, amazing seafood, and a variety of options… This restaurant is a must go, must try in beautiful historic Sandwich, MA. 

Monday – Thursday: 8 am – 8 am / Friday – Sunday 8 am – 9 pm

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