A few weeks ago, I noticed the heavy traffic on I- Interstate 95 north, especially on Friday afternoons. My assumption is that many are headed to “The Cape.” Now that summer has arrived, generations of families who have vacationed at the seashore towns that comprise Cape Cod are making their way back.
It is known for its hundreds of miles of beaches, lighthouses, scenic views of the Atlantic Ocean, spectacular sunsets, waterfowl and seabirds, and rustic architecture. When it comes to food, it is there too; from the freshest seafood to fine dining with an ocean view, to clam shacks serving up some of the best fried clams. How about a tour of a cranberry bog, visiting a winery, sampling locally grown foods at a farmers’ market, or a tour of the Cape Cod Potato Chip factory? At “The Cape” You are bound to find culinary experiences to savor at the Cape.