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A lifestyle blog with a focus on my food adventures

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We were down at the Cape celebrating a special occasion. We tried to grab a table at the Glass Onion, but now that it is peak season, you can’t get a seat!

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We head over to the Landfall Restaurant in Woods Hole. Located just around the corner from the ferry, parking can sometimes be tough. Not tonight.

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The decor inside is certainly nautical with all sorts of things hanging from ceiling. It is pretty casual here, there are people in jeans – a lot of families are here as well.

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The restaurant has the price of fine dining, but feels a little old school and maybe even a bit pub-like. Maybe that’s just “Cape” for you…

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We sit in the middle of the restaurant, but everyone has a good view of the water.

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For all the windows, it is a little dim inside.

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Our waitress, Valerie was sweet and attentive.

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We start with the lobster bisque.

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The bread reminds me of how my mom used to make it. Garlic butter on Portuguese toast.

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I order the baked stuffed lobster. There’s a lot of breading and it was a bit dry for my taste. ($36) For $36, I had hoped for more.

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The steak tips. ($19)

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The cheeseburger – it looks a little skimpy. ($12)

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The salmon ($31).

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The apple crisp ($7) was underwhelming.

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The mud pie ($6) was pretty tasty, love the oreo crust.

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A great way to end a nice day on the beach!

Landfall Restaurant

9 Luscombe Avenue • Woods Hole, MA 02543 • (508) 548-1758

http://www.woodshole.com/landfall/

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