100 Trowbridge Road
Bourne, MA 02532
Phone: (508) 759-0800
Fax: (508) 759-4575
Bars & Cafes
After the original Dan'l Webster Inn burned down, the proprietors decided to rebuild true to the style of the historic structure. The result is a 20th-century inn, pub and restaurant that retains much of the colonial charm of its forbearer. Dining venues include an atrium setting, formal dining room and pub. Seafood is a specialty but the menu also boasts plenty of vegetarian offerings. Brunch in the atrium is popular as is the fare in the cozy pub, where you can get wood-grilled pizzas, burgers and chowder while you hang out and soak up the ambiance.
Overlooking the Bass Creek, along the East Boat Basin, the Pilot House is the brainchild of Bobby and Jen Jarvis. This lovely seafood restaurant is popular among the locals for their good food and scenic views. Savor their dishes like Clams Casino, Stuffed Quahog, Grilled Swordfish, Lazy Man’s Lobster, Blackened Scallops, Baked Stuffed Shrimp, Crab Cakes, Lobsters and Crispy Fried Seafood. Their bar has a wide range of beer and wine. So complement your meal with either one of them. Enjoy the live music on every Saturday and Sunday.
When the owners of this pub came from Ireland, they brought much of character of their native country with them and have used it to good effect in creating the homey Irish atmosphere that permeates this establishment; Liam himself provides musical entertainment by singing songs of Ireland. The menu includes Irish pub favourites, such as shepherd
Flying Bridge is a particularly appropriate name for this longtime Falmouth favorite because, like the flying bridge on a boat, the dining room offers a wide open view of the harbor and ocean beyond. Falmouth's Inner Harbor is one of the busiest on the Cape, so there's plenty of action to watch from a seat on the outside deck. In addition to its large dining room, there are also several intimate cocktail lounges. Talented local bands rock the house several nights a week during summer months.
This pub exudes an authentic ambience of Ireland, and serves great traditional Irish pub fare, other dishes, as well as all the ales, beers and lagers one would expect in such an establishment.
Main St. Sports Bar and Grill the a great destination to view all of your sporting events, with 2-floors and 21-High Definition Televisions. Enjoy over eight different beers on tap, a large bottled beer selection and live entertainment every night, as well as weekend afternoons. Monday night Main St. Idol Karaoke, Tuesday night Trivia, Acoustic duos, trios and full bands, as well as hypnotists, comedians and more. Each floor offers prime viewing for your favorite sports team. The menu offers everything from fish & chips, turkey tips, special appetizer specials, buffalo nachos, pizza and more.
A quaint little cafe, nestled in an historic building downtown, serving breakfast and lunch, with full service catering available. Where history and great food come together.
The New World Tavern is a beer lover's haven. Featuring a changing contemporary taverna menu that is just comfort food revisited and a rotating draft list of 32 brews along with over 100 bottles from across the globe, it indeed takes you through a gastronomic ride. Enjoy your fare with nightly live music and entertainment.
Fine food and exqusite desserts are featured at Daniela's Cafe. The menu is always changing but features steaks, chicken, pastas, and seafood.
This pub serves traditional Irish pub fare, as well as some American favourites, and, of course, has a nice selection of beers and ales.
Watch boats come and go through the Eel Pond drawbridge as you enjoy selections from the eclectic menu at this Woods Hole eatery. Fishmonger's Cafe has specialized in natural and whole foods for more than a quarter-century. They must be doing something right, because visitors and locals alike flock to the tiny building to savor "The Monger's" signature creations, many of which boast a decidedly Mediterranean flair.