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hank you so much for picking up our 5th Annual CapeMade Field Guide! We started this publication five years ago to highlight Cape Cod’s locally made, grown and owned, and provide them with a platform to share their brand stories with locals and visitors alike.

Get Involved

In this year’s guide you will find we have kept our focus on those businesses and the people behind them, as they are what truly make this place special. We also share news about our initiatives that we carry out year-round on the Cape like the LoveLocal Fests, Project Cape Made and the LoveLocal Collective – all of which help us fulfill our mission to be a lifestyle brand that focuses on community advocacy and on educating consumers on the importance of shopping local.


#capemadefieldguide #lovelivelocal


at LoveLocal Fest or LoveLocal Collective 539 South Street, Hyannis


for monthly emails at lovelivelocal.com


your local questions at hello@lovelivelocal.com

We also give you a town-by-town guide filled with tips and ideas for finding everything from the super popular hot spots to our favorite little secrets. We’ll take you on the most scenic drives, down the back roads, to the first encounter spots and through cottage communities; let you in on the best beaches, parks, and ponds; encourage you to explore the Cape via land, air and sea; shout out our local cultural attractions, old village country stores, specialty food shops, and our beloved Main Streets; and of course, we will share fan favorites for everything from ice cream shops, neighborhood bars, waterfront dining and everything in between. One thing we can promise, whichever adventure you choose to go on, you won’t have to go far to find a bit of wonder- it’s around every corner of Cape Cod. Locally Yours, Amanda + Jen

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Here's a map created by our friends at Cabo Cado to help get you started on your adventures across Cape Cod







Local Agenda While Cape Cod is well known for the bustling summer season, the rest of the year has a lot to offer as well. Each season – summer, spring, fall and winter – has its own vibe, as well as activities and happenings that make the Cape special year round. Make sure you save the date for a few signature events that happen across the region.



Hyannis Open Streets


April 28, May 19

June 29th

family friendly | walk, bike, play, dance in the street May 3-5

chef-crafted sandwiches from local restaurants | fun + games at local businesses

Brewster in Bloom

July 12-21

May 18

celebration of the Cape's signature flower | workshops + lectures | garden tours

black tie | dance party | charity event

July 27-August 3

June 12-16

daily screenings | workshops, staged readings + panel discussions + special events

concerts | kids activities | arts + antiques show

33rd Annual Figawi Charity Ball

Cape Cod Hydrangea Festival

Woods Hole Film Festival

Provincetown International Film Festival screenings, parties + panels | independent films June 16

Greater Hyannis Father’s Day Car Show vintage cars | local vendors | live music

July 28

LoveLocal Fest, Aselton Park, Hyannis

local makers + artisans | beer, cider + wine garden | live music | kids’ zone August 11


Pops by the Sea

September 29

LoveLocal Fest, Aselton Park, Hyannis

local makers + artisans | beer, cider + wine garden | live music | kids’ zone October 12

Bourne Farm Pumpkin Day, Falmouth

pick your own pumpkin | pony rides + hay rides | petting zoo October 12-14

Yarmouth Seaside Festival

Boston Pops | local music showcase | celebrity guests September 1

Truro Ag Fair

celebration of local agriculture + aquaculture | harvest market | events for kids September 14 + 15

Harwich Cranberry Festival

local artists + musicians | bike event | food trucks

road race | crafts | parade | fireworks


October 18-19

LoveLocal Fest: Holiday Edition

December 7 + 8

Orleans Surf Film Festival

highlights surf culture | local + national films | pop-up museum

celebration of all things oyster | artisan market | live music


December 31

First Night Chatham/ First Night Sandwich

October 19-20

Wellfleet OysterFest

holiday shopping | over 100 of the Cape’s best local vendors

ring in the New Year | family friendly events + activities | fireworks Don't miss village strolls and special holiday events throughout the season!








Shop Local Over the past seven years LoveLiveLocal has worked hard to become a Cape Cod lifestyle brand focused on community advocacy and on educating consumers on the importance of shopping local. We have highlighted the great people, places and businesses that make this community special and have thrived through our monthly emails and social media channels. We have created editorial content, infographics and film shorts to communicate why it is important to shop local: the more money spent on Cape Cod with local businesses, stays on Cape Cod; by our calculations by almost twice as much. We have asked consumers what it would look like if the Cape lost many of our local businesses because local consumers have decided to spend their money at national chains and online retailers.

But think about it: when you shop online with a corporate retailer, none of that money gets reinvested in Cape Cod. So, this year we aim to develop a practical solution to this very real threat to our local economy. By the end of 2019 we plan to develop a comprehensive ecommerce site where any and all local businesses can sell their products, and where Cape Cod consumers can shop local 24 hours a day, seven days a week. LoveLiveLocal.com will be your one stop shop for everything from gift items and home dÊcor to clothing and household necessities and will perform at the same level as any corporate e-tailer. Why do we feel the need to do all of this? Because we truly believe this is what small local businesses need in order to survive and thrive in this new digital economy, and to take back the business that has already been lost to national chain stores and online behemoths. Because we believe humans are hard-wired for connection and being a part of a community – it is an intrinsic human need. Local businesses are run by people with whom we all share a connection whether it is a close friend or someone who holds the door for you at the local bank. When you shop local you are purchasing goods and services from a person who is an integral part of the community on which we all depend.

And we have provided locals and visitors with opportunities to connect and shop with local makers and businesses through our LoveLocal Fests (see page 67), this CapeMade Field Guide and through our very own retail space, the LoveLocal Collective located at 539 South Street in Hyannis.

Because we love Cape Cod and want to see it flourish.

What we have heard time and time again is that people are connecting with our message; they want to shop local and shop local only. But what we also hear is that online shopping is super convenient and too easy to give up. Online shopping continues to grow rapidly, and for good reasons.













Upper Cape Bourne

Bourne is located in the westernmost part of the Cape and is your first stop after “crossing the bridge” on Route 28. Follow the coast down Shore Road stopping at Gray Gables Market to stock up on provisions before a beach day at Monument Beach, or plan a lazy drive through the villages of Bourne starting with Gray Gables, Monument Beach, Pocasset and finally Cataumet. Grab a coffee and lunch at the Daily Brew before exploring the Bourne Conservation Trust trails including Little Bay and Monks Park or head to Dimmick Waterfront for a scenic picnic or sunset overlooking Red Brook Harbor. Cruise down Cape Cod Canal bike path to the Bourne Historical Society and the Aptucxet Trading Post or visit the campus of the impressive Mass Maritime Academy. Reward yourself with some cranberry ice cream from Somerset Creamery. Head to the Chart Room for fun, outdoor dining, beautiful harbor vistas and world famous mudslides or to the Lobster Trap for uber fresh seafood, water views and tasty drinks. Keep the party going at the Trading Post Lounge (locally referred to as Gerts) or the Courtyard for rowdy fun and entertainment.


Whichever way you enter Falmouth, one of the Cape’s largest towns tucked away in the Upper Cape, you will come across some beautiful scenery. If you find yourself passing through East Falmouth, after visiting the Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve and learning about the Cape’s natural world, be sure to turn left off the main road to take the beach route into downtown. You’ll escape the traffic and take in the most gorgeous views of Vineyard Sound. Coming in through North Falmouth on the windy road of 28A be sure to stop by Bourne Farm which is located on over 49 acres of fields, trails and woodlands that overlook Crocker Pond, or watch the most gorgeous sunset at Old Silver Beach. When you get to downtown Falmouth, you’ll find yourself on the town’s vibrant and eclectic Main Street, which is filled with independent businesses where you can shop, dine and take in some culture. Spend some time learning about the area’s history and most famous songwriter, Katherine Lee Bates, at the Museums on the Green, browsing shops like Eight Cousins Bookstore, Cape Chic, Green Eyed Daisy, Harvest of Barnstable and Soul to Sole, or eating in one of the many mouthwatering restaurants like the Glass Onion, Osteria la Civetta, Pickle Jar Kitchen, Anejo and Bear in Boots. A little off of Main Street you can make your way to Highfield Hall and explore their gardens and the trails of Beebe Woods or head down to the Falmouth Harbor on a Thursday in May through October for their bustling farmers’ market. The village of Woods Hole is also not to be missed. There you will find yourself surrounded by world renowned scientific institutions, as well as cute shops and tasty food establishments like Quick’s Hole, Pie in the Sky (where you might be lucky enough to catch Wolf Pizza popping up!) and Water Street Kitchen. On your way there be sure to stop at the Knob, Nobska Light or schedule a tour and tasting at Nobska Farms. And if you’re really adventurous you could do this all by bike on the Shining Sea Bikeway which spans from North Falmouth to Woods Hole. Where ever you pick it up, you will be sure to take in some breathtaking sights of the ocean, woods and beautiful salt marshes.




Mashpee may be one of the smaller towns on the Upper Cape, but it is still jam-packed with things-todo, fun sunning spots, and also plays a central role in our nation’s history.


Sandwich is considered Cape Cod’s oldest incorporated town, so it is no surprise that when you visit the area you will be surrounded by historical sites like the Hoxie House Museum, showing what family life was like in the 1600s, the Dexter Grist Mill, where you can check out a working mill as well as a herring run, and the Sandwich Glass Museum, which emphasizes the contribution of the glass industry to the local community. Another popular cultural attraction in the area is Heritage Museum & Gardens, which offers a connection to nature, inspiring gardens, an antique car museum, and an antique working carousel. On Main and Jarves Streets you’ll find local shops like Modern Vintage, Snow Goose Shop, Brown Jug and The Spotted Cod, and spots to get a bite to eat like the Daniel Webster Inn, Beth’s Bakery & Cafe, the Belfry Inn and The Next Door Burger Bar. If you find yourself out of downtown Sandwich and on 6A, be sure to swing by Titcomb’s Bookshop, and Crow Farm’s farm stand, which stocks up on vegetables, fruit, local Rocky Bottom Honey, fresh baked breads, and pies most of the year, or the Green Briar Nature Center where you will find respite in their wildflower garden and their ever-working jam kitchen. You can also scoot off of the main road and head to North Shore Boulevard to check out the cottage communities that will instantly make you feel relaxed and in a state of bliss. Or head to Town Neck Beach, where you can watch boats pass through the Cape Cod Canal, and check out the Sandwich Boardwalk which stretches over the saltwater marsh and offers spectacular views of Cape Cod Bay.

Mashpee is where the Cape’s Native American history is the strongest, as it is home to the Mashpee Wampanoag Indian Museum, the Mashpee Archives and the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe who host their annual Powwow the first weekend in July every year. The area is also where you will find the hubs of some Cape Cod craft beverages like Cape Cod Coffee Roasters and the Naukabout Brewery, where you can sip on a beer, listen to local live music and snack on food from their rotating cast of food trucks. You can also find fine dining establishments like Bleu, Trevi and Estia, more casual lunch spots like Wicked Pizza and Bagel Haven, along with treat factories like Washashore Bakery, Ghelfi’s Candies, and The Chocolate Rose. On rainy days you can take the family to the Cape Cod Children’s Museum for kids activities and interactive exhibits or to the Riddle Escape Rooms where you need to find your way off of a pirate ship or out of a dragon’s den. When the sun is out sign up with Rideaway Adventures for a kayak or SUP tour or head to South Cape Beach where you will find over 3 miles of ocean and bay beaches, sand dunes coastal ponds and salt marshes, as well as plenty of opportunities for picturesque hiking. There are plenty of local shops to peruse Mashpee Commons like Hot Diggity, One21, Mocean, Fox & Kit, and Inner Glow Yoga. Popponesset Marketplace also offers outdoor cafes and colorful boutiques like the Cranberry Collective. Or pop over to Deer Crossing to see J Miller Pictureframer & Gallery, where he can help you preserve and display your family heirlooms and sports memorabilia and you can check out the gallery of local artists.

If getting outside and into nature is your aim, then be sure to check out the Shawme-Crowell State Forest, Scorton Creek, or the Maple Swamp Conservation Area.


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UPPER CAPE ACTIVITY innerglow yoga



30 Steeple Street, Mashpee 508.477.9642 innerglowyogacapecod.com


61 Market Street, Mashpee Commons 508.648.7664 riddlecapecod.com

innerglow yoga is Upper Cape Cod’s premier yoga studio. Please stop by and see their beautiful space to take a class or browse in their retail shop. Their sole mission is to introduce you to the path of becoming your truest, happiest self, one breath at a time. Go flow, breathe and challenge yourself while igniting your inner glow.

You have 60 minutes to complete your mission by solving a series of puzzles, riddles and connecting clues in one of Riddle’s six themed Escape Rooms. Do you have what it takes to save the USA? Solve a mystery? Make magic? Slay the vampire? Discover the treasure? Escape the 80s?



J Miller, Pictureframer & Gallery

Cape Cod Coffee


348 Main Street, Mashpee 508.477.2400 capecodcoffee.com info@capecodcoffee.com

Deer Crossing Marketplace 681 Falmouth Road, Mashpee 508.539.3888 jmillerpictureframer.com

For 21 years, owner John Miller has helped happy customers achieve remarkable results when framing and protecting art, photos, memorabilia, mirrors, and more. Art and frame restoration too! “Extraordinary custom framing at ordinary prices” is more than a slogan. It’s the philosophy. There’s even an art hanging service, and now digital printing! Tue-Sat 10-5:30, year-round.

Cape Cod Coffee provides wholesale coffee to cafes, restaurants, resorts, offices and more in the US. They also service the public from their roasting facility in Mashpee, as well as their cafe at the Barnstable Airport and their cafe and restaurant in the Mashpee Commons. Great coffee is their passion!

FOOD PRODUCTS The Chocolate Rose

Nobska Farms


628 Main St, Suite A, Mashpee 774.238.7020 ChocolateRoseCakes.com info@chocolaterosecakes.com

9 Nobska Road, Woods Hole 617.480.0876 nobskafarms.com

The Chocolate Rose offers an intimate client experience paired with fresh, premium cakes and confections for all your special occasions. Visit their retail shoppe for a fine selection of breakfast pastries, cakes, individual desserts, and coffee drinks. Follow them on Facebook or check their website to keep up with current events and their winter baking class schedule. Gift certificates available.

Nobska Farms, located in the village of Woods Hole, uses organic methods to grow over 100 varieties of chili peppers from mild to wild. The peppers are transformed into bold and spicy salsa, sauce, jelly, and chocolate. Products available at local retail stores, online at NobskaFarms.com, and during seasonal farm tours.



Woods Hole Film Festival 89 Water Street, Woods Hole 508.495.FILM Woodsholefilmfestival.org info@woodsholefilmfestival.org

Pocasset Naturals

The Woods Hole Film Festival presents the annual summer Film Festival, the Dinner & a Movie film series, the Film Falmouth Series at Falmouth Academy, Best of the Fest Screenings at Cotuit Center for the Arts, Woods Hole to Wellfleet Screenings and Workshops. Their programs and events are designed for filmmakers and non-filmmakers alike.


26 Bennets Neck Drive, Pocasset 508.648.5046 pocassetnaturals.com getclean@pocassetnaturals.com


Pocasset Naturals is passionate about body care that you can use to get clean naturally and not worry about causing harm to your body. They use only the good stuff-essential oils, plant based oils, natural clays, and natural additives to handcraft their soaps, body scrubs, and lip balms in small batches. They proudly make all of their products on Cape Cod in Pocasset.



PRODUCTS Richard Kaish Designs

Washashore Bakery

10 Monument Neck Rd, Buzzards Bay 508.759.9019 rkaish10blue@aol.com

Richard Kaish: a welder working in Bronze. He creates jewelry, sculpture, mobiles and functional accessories (candlesticks, wine goblets, belt buckles etc.). His 40 years of experience have given him a knowledge of the medium and a range of techniques to produce his creations. Many "one- of-a-kind" items and lost wax cast multiples in brass, bronze and silver.

14 Central Square, Mashpee 508.419.6835 washashorebakery.com washashorebakery@gmail.com

Washashore Bakery is your go-to, local, baked from scratch bakery located in the heart of Mashpee Commons. Featuring cinnamon buns, scones, and a variety of cookies baked daily! They also make lots of cakes for birthdays and celebrations! Go see them for your next party or whenever your sweet tooth needs some satisfying!

RETAIL All About Flowers Gift Shoppe 20 628 Main Street (Rt. 130,) Mashpee 774.836.7385 allaboutflowersforweddings.com allaboutflowersforweddings@yahoo.com

The gift shoppe specializes in one of a kind handmade home decor, including nautical, high end silk florals, mermaids, driftwood, sea shells and more. Visit their website to view their latest creations.

Cape Kids


Mashpee Commons 28 North Street, Mashpee capekids.com amanda@capekids.com

Black Crow Gallery

679 Route 6A, East Sandwich blackcrowartgallery.wordpress.com blackcrowgallery@gmail.com

Not your average gift shop, Black Crow Gallery features unique local art from an eclectic group of artists, artisans and crafters. Paintings, folk art, jewelry, birdhouses, CBD Products, collectibles, funky clothing, glass art, handbags, knits, photography, pottery, quilts, shell art and much more- something for everyone. Reiki services available.

Cranberry Collective

Not only does Cape Kids stock unique and adorable clothing and gifts for children but there you will find helpful and experienced staff to help you find a unique baby shower gift or the perfect outfit for somebody's child or grandchild. Owner Amanda Frisone wants everyone who walks in the door to feel welcomed and fully enjoy their shopping experience!


28 Water Street, Woods Hole 508.388.1848 inletwoodshole.com

Popponesset Marketplace 259 Shore Drive, Mashpee 508.477.1350 cranberrycollective.com

Cranberry Collective specializes in locally made gifts and decor inspired by Cape Cod's natural beauty. Many of their products can be customized at no extra cost! Their shop in Mashpee's Popponesset Marketplace is open from May to October. You can also find them throughout the year at art and craft shows across the Cape.

Snow Goose Shop

Inlet has locally made gifts and souvenirs. Their store is right in the heart of Woods Hole Village and an easy walk from the Martha's Vineyard ferry terminal. You will find locally made pottery, loose leaf tea and accessories, local apparel and lots of unique gifts for all ages.

Rory’s Market + Kitchen 32 Market Street, Mashpee 774.361.6075

23 Jarves Street, Sandwich (Inside McDonalds Emporium) snowgooseshop.com

The Snow Goose Shops bring you products inspired by Cape Cod living, the beaches of Cape Cod and our unique villages. Discover local products from all over the Cape at their shops located in Harwich Port and Sandwich. The Snow Goose Shop team brings you a unique shopping experience. Stop by and experience it for yourself or check out their online store.

Organic produce, grab and go food, fresh eats, juice and smoothies, organic grocery, beer and wine, supplements and CBD. For every pound of produce sold by weight, they donate a pound to feed local families. LOVELIVELOCAL.COM




Wish Gift Co.


4 Merchants Road, #3, Sandwich 26 North Street, Mashpee 888.978.9474 wishgiftco.com

Handcrafted goods from independent makers defines Wish Gift Co. This specialty gift shop offers a wide variety of items and custom gift boxes for life's special occasions. Their unique selection includes jewelry, home accents, gourmet treats, and more. Grant a wish at Wish Gift Co.

The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod Sandwich Branch: 275 Cotuit Road, 508.888.8844 N. Falmouth Branch: 660 North Falmouth Hwy, 508.563.5982 Falmouth Branch: 238 Worchester Court, 508.495.5010 mycapecodbank.com INSIDE FRONT COVER

By being POSITIVELY DIFFERENT, The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod is the local bank of choice for individuals, families, and businesses on Cape Cod. They are fully committed to the communities where they live and work, and support them by investing their resources human and financial - to help them flourish.

SERVICES Cape Cod Yoga School

Cotuit Solar

30 Steeple Street, Mashpee 508.477.9642 ccyogaschool.com

Deepen your practice, advance your teaching and learn more about every aspect of yoga. Specialize your teaching with monthly workshops on Restorative Yoga, Traumasensitive Yoga or Yoga Teacher Tune-ups, in the areas of meditation, pranayama and advanced postures. Offering 100-hour training (Sept., Jan.); 200-hour immersion (July, Sept.); and 300-hour advanced training.



33 Trinity Place, Mashpee 508.428.8442 cotuitsolar.com info@cotuitsolar.com

With 30 years in business and over 1000 PV installations, Cotuit Solar is the most experienced. Consistent, conscientious and passionate about their work they strive for exceptional customer service. Their aim is to live in harmony with the philosophy – small actions by many are the means to a sustainable future.













The Cape’s biggest town is Barnstable, encompassing 76 square miles between Nantucket Sound and Cape Cod Bay and consists of seven villages. Starting with Cotuit, get cultural at the newlyrenovated Cahoon Museum of American Art or the always buzzing Cotuit Center for the Arts. While in the village book a spa treatment at Therapeutic Bodywork, check out the artwork at Chapman Art Gallery and enjoy a burger and a pint at the Kettle Ho. Grab picnic fare and a bottle of wine at Cotuit Market before taking in the scenic views at Ropes Beach or Loop Beach. Moving east to Osterville, grab breakfast at Fancy’s Market, Amie Bakery or Earthy Delights before heading to Dowses Beach or hitting Main Street for shopping at Shoe Salon of Osterville, Mocean, Osterville Hardware, Pocket Full of Posies and Oyster Island Emporium. Grab wood-fired pizza at Crisp Flatbread or an upscale dinner at Five Bays Bistro both open year-round, or seasonally enjoy a lobster roll with a view at the Chart Room at Crosby’s Boat Yard. Following the coast to Centerville, head to worldrenowned Craigville Beach, or it’s quieter neighbor Long Beach. Book a night at the charming and fun Captain David Kelley House, shop at the historic 1856 Country Store and grab a cone at the Cape’s oldest ice cream shop Four Seas Ice Cream. Cross through the hustle and bustle of Hyannis and head down Route 6A in Barnstable to take in the sights and charm of this historic road. Stop by the endearing Cape Cod Organic Farm farmstand, peruse handmade goods at Barnstable Pottery and fuel up on coffee and snacks at Nirvana Coffee Company or Barnstable Market. Head to the water and soak up the sun at Millway Beach, grabbing a bite at Mattakeese Wharf or Osterville Fish Too or hop on a trip on the Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises.

Mid Cape Hyannis

Experience Cape Cod’s downtown like a local and a visitor all at the same time. Hyannis has always been the hub/commercial center of the Cape because there is no shortage of small businesses to support, fun activities and local adventures! Spend the day on Hyannis’ Main Street and enjoy shopping, dining and a touch of history. Start your day with breakfast at the Daily Paper, a smoothie at The Local Juice or coffee at Rendezvous Cafe followed by explorations through the JFK Museum, the Zion Union Heritage Museum or the Cape Cod Maritime Museum. Follow the Kennedy Legacy Trail or the Walkway to the Sea to Hyannis’ working harbor and check out the Artist Shanties before a lobster roll at the Black Cat or a cruise on the Bay Spirit Tours. Head back up to Main Street and grab a snack from Smith Family Popcorn followed by some local shopping starting at our very own LoveLocal Collective, then to Seaporium, Crazy Mermaids, Allium, Bennett Gallery or SoHo Arts Co. to name a few. Grab a late lunch or early drink at Anejo or Tap City Grille before dinner at Pizza Barbone, Downtown Bistro, Misaki or the Naked Oyster. Satisfy your sweet tooth with Katie’s Ice Cream or Kandy Korner.

Wind down 6A to West Barnstable and visit the West Barnstable Train Station and Museum, grab an arrangement at Sabatia Flower Farm and visit one of the Cape’s best beaches Sandy Neck for all day fun.

Explore the beach areas of Hyannis with a drive through Hyannisport ending at the picturesque Keyes Beach or Kalmus Beach for windsurfing and Veterans Beach where you can check out the John F. Kennedy Memorial and Korean War Memorial.

Continue south on Route 149 to Marstons Mills for good eats at the Mills Restaurant and Morning Glory Cafe and shopping at Plum Porch or Coventry Crafts. Don’t miss the plethora of cranberry bogs and the Cape Cod Airfield, where you can take a biplane ride or skydive!

Looking for some grown up fun? Check out Cape Cod Beer (shop at neighboring Pawsitive Provisions and Summer House Soaps) or Barnstable Brewing for beer samples, catch a summer show at the Cape Cod Melody Tent or head to The West End or Embargo for crafted cocktails and a fun night out.




Whether you visit Dennis Main Street on the northside of the Cape or the southside village of Dennis Port, there are plenty of great experiences to be had in the town of Dennis.


Because of its beaches, cultural institutions and entertainment options Yarmouth is the Cape Cod town that could be considered the best playground for young families. In addition to Bass River Beach, Gray’s Beach and Seagull Beach where kids can find endless amounts of fun in the sun, Yarmouth is also home to mini-golf courses like Pirate’s Cove and Wild Lagoon, the Cape Cod Inflatable Park, and Skull Island Adventures where you will not only find mini-golf but also an arcade, batting cages, kick ball cages, a driving range and go karts. It is also where you will find the Whydah Pirate Museum, where you can learn about the Cape’s pirate past and get a glimpse of the world’s only recovered pirate treasure. If your family is into animals and learning about the natural world, Taylor Bray Farm, which has been operating for hundreds of years, is open to the public to check out the historical farmhouse, and hang out with the goats, cow, donkeys, chickens, and sheep. Adults can have fun in Yarmouth too. Take a meandering drive along Route 6A stopping in Yarmouth Port for breakfast or lunch at The Optimist Co. or Inaho for dinner, and Design Works for shopping for unique vintage finds and inspiration for your home decor. Cultural institutions like the Edward Gorey House, the Captain Bangs Hallet House and the New Church will give you a taste of the area’s history and natural world, and allow you to explore the works of the area’s great artists.

The beaches on the bay side are some of the locals’ overall favorites. Chapin Beach, Corporation Beach and Mayflower Beach are all gorgeous and great for people of all ages. You can stop for sandwiches and snacks at Underground Bakery, Kender & Sisters Kitchen and Coffee, and The Merc, and after the beach get ice cream from the Ice Cream Smuggler or Cape Cod Creamery and visit area shops like Elburne and Seaside Design Studio. If you are primed for a nice night out, head to the Cape Cod Museum of Art or a movie at Cape Cinema and out to dinner at The Pheasant or FIN, or post up at Harvest Wine Bar & Gallery for some of the best drinks and live music on the Cape. On the southside, you’ll find remarkable views of Nantucket Sound when you head down Lower County Road to Old Wharf Road, making your way to the beach community of Dennis Port. West Dennis Beach offers a family-friendly spot with a playground and beach activities such as kite flying and windsurfing. Or you can spend time in Sea View Park with snacks from the Wee Packet or after a hearty meal and crafted cocktail from the Cleat & Anchor. There is also a lot of great adult fun to be had in this part of Dennis: shop with Faces Gallery and On the Fringe in downtown Dennis Port, do a tour and tasting at Devil’s Purse, have an exceptional foodie experience at Clean Slate Eatery or spend the night listening to live bands and eating traditional Irish fare at O’Shea’s Olde Inne.

On the other side of town you could start at Ann & Fran’s for a bite to eat and then take a right onto South Sea Avenue towards Great Island Road for breathtaking views of Nantucket Sound and Lewis Bay. Make your way onto Old Main Street and stop at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod where on any given day you will find art exhibits, makers in their spaces, musical performances and community events. LOVELIVELOCAL.COM

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Bay Spirit Tours


Aselton Park, Hyannis HyArts Cultural District Aselton Park, corner of South and Ocean St, Hyannis artsbarnstable.com artsbarnstable@gmail.com

Enjoy beautiful views, cool breezes and fun festivities at this outdoor venue. The Walkway-to-the-Sea winds through the park, and features Buoyed Coasts, a whimsical public art installation The park hosts a variety of festivals, programs and free summer concerts Tuesdays and Fridays, in July and August.

Cape Cinema

Bay Spirit Tours is a local, family operated company celebrating 10 years! The Bay Spirit is their 63' motor catamaran offering Lighthouse Harbor Tours, sunset cruises and private charters. The Bay Breeze is a 45' sailing catamaran offering public and private sails.

Cape Cod Airfield - Operated by The Mills Air Service Inc. 1000 Race Lane, Marstons Mills 508.428.8732 • 888.BIPLANE capecodairfield.com


35 Hope Lane, Dennis 508.385.5644 capecinema.com inquiries@capecinema.com

Cape Cinema is the home of independent films on the Cape. The art house cinema features new independent and foreign films alongside HD presentations of the National Theatre, Bolshoi Ballet, and Metropolitan Opera. Throughout the year they also show art documentary series, feature throwback films during the summer, live concerts, and host a number of public and private events.

Hyannis Whale Watcher


180 Ocean Street, Hyannis bayspirittours.com info@bayspirittours.com


269 Millway, Barnstable 1.800.287.0374 whales.net


Experience breathtaking views of Cape Cod in a Waco Biplane. This aircraft is a replica of a late 1930’s design and was built in 1988. One or two passengers ride in the front cockpit on a scenic biplane tour of Cape Cod. They also offer Aerial advertising.

Skydive the Mills


1000 Race Ln Marstons Mills 508.681.5286 skydivethemills.com info@skydivethemills.com

Located at historic Cape Cod Airfield in Marstons Mills. We specialize in Tandem Skydiving come experience some of the most breathtaking views in all of New England in free fall from 10,000 feet.


Cruise aboard the Mid-Cape's only Whale Watch sailing daily from mid-April through October from picturesque Barnstable Harbor. With over thirty years experience and a sighting rate of 99%, Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises looks forward to providing you with the whale watching adventure of a lifetime!

Bennett Gallery

357 Main Street, Hyannis 774.487.0261 kbennettgallery.com kbennettgallery@gmail.com

Bennett Gallery is a custom framing shop and art gallery located on historic Hyannis Main Street. They specialize in conservation framing and landscape photography. They invite you to stop in to say hello.

ART Hyannis HyArts Cultural District

Hyannis HyArts Artist Shanties Harbor Overlook, 51 Ocean St., Hyannis Bismore Park, 180 Ocean St., Hyannis artsbarnstable.com artsbarnstable@gmail.com

Browse 12 colorful seaside shanties in two locations along the Walkway-to-the-Sea. Over 95 artists participate, rotating weekly throughout the season. Artwork is designed, handmade or hand-crafted by Cape Cod artists who work and sell right from their ‘seaside studios’; jewelry, ceramics, painting, mixed media and more. Free parking in the Town Hall lot, 230 South Street, just steps away from the shanties.


artsbarnstable.com artsbarnstable@gmail.com



Arts Barnstable invites you to explore the Hyannis HyArts Cultural District. Park and walk to the Hyannis waterfront, the HyArts Artists Shanties, Main Street shops and restaurants, museums and more! Get a taste of local art with a stroll through the colorful artist shanties, NOW OPEN and IN TWO LOCATIONS along Ocean Street Hyannis. Artists rotate weekly throughout the season. Discover programs and events happening in all seven villages in the town of Barnstable at Arts




Agway of Cape Cod

Cake & Islands


686 Route 134, South Dennis 508.385.8772 agwaycapecod.com info@agwaycapecod.com


587 Main Street, Dennis Port 508.258.0582 cakeandislands.com info@cakeandislands.com

Serving the Cape for over 25 years, Agway of Cape Cod is locally owned and operated by the Wile Family. Agway is your trusted source for lawn, garden and pet supplies including many local products. Agway has three convenient locations in Orleans, South Dennis and Chatham.

Cape Abilities Farm

In their 5th year, this distinctive dessert shoppe offers an array of treats. Custom cakes and dessert tables for all occasions. Creatively named sea glass candy great for souvenirs. They are known across the Cape for their exceptional macarons. It is worth the trip to check them out!

Cape Cod Beer


458 Route 6A, Dennis 508.385.2538 capeabilities.org/business-partnerships/ cape-abilities-farm

The Farm exists not only to launch individuals with disabilities into meaningful employment; but also to have a positive impact on the local economy by producing the highest-quality food and products, while also supporting other local businesses doing the same. In the farm market, you can find products from over 30 Cape Cod makers including cutting boards, hot sauce, pasta sauce, soaps, candles, and many more.

1336 Phinney’s Lane, Hyannis CapeCodBeer.com 508.790.4200

Founded in 2004, Cape Cod Beer is Cape Cod’s original craft beer and is proudly dedicated to fresh, delicious, local beer. The brewery is open six days a week yearround for tastings, tours and events. The brewery store features a large selection of products made on Cape Cod.

Cape Cod Chocolatier

1600 Falmouth Road Bell Tower Mall, Centerville 508.790.4674 capecodchocolatier.com hello@capecodchocolatier.com

Sabatia Flower Farm

125 Oak Street, West Barnstable 508.221.2523 sabatiaflowerfarm.com

Sabatia Flower Farm specializes in a wide variety of cut flowers from Oriental Lilies, available March through November, and seasonal field grown cuts from Asters to Zinnias as well as bedding plants and potted perennials. Look for their honor system farm carts in both West Barnstable and Marstons Mills. And ask your florist if they are using Sabatia flowers!


Handcrafting gourmet chocolates and fudge, serving the local community and visitors since 2002. Share a taste of the Cape with friends and family or create the perfect wedding favor with our signature sea salt caramels, turtles, buttercrunch or truffles. Or indulge yourself in the heavenly taste!

FOOD PRODUCTS Devil's Purse Brewing Co.

Robin’s Toffee by the Sea


120 Great Western Road, South Dennis 508.694.7171 devilspurse.com

Local craft brewery on Cape Cod dedicated to the pursuit of making exceptional handcrafted European inspired ales using only the finest ingredients. Visit the brewery for tastings and retail sales. Find them on tap throughout Cape Cod at your favorite pub or pick up some cans at your local craft beer store.


12 White's Path, South Yarmouth 774.280.0965 robinstoffeebythesea.com robinstoffee@gmail.com

Robin's Toffee by the Sea features "deliciously addictive" homemade toffee in various flavors PLUS they have a full gift shop! They feature unique gifts from local artisans including jewelry, pottery, soaps, and local food products, and offer tastings! Stop by to browse and enjoy their toffee!





The Local Juice Bar + Pantry

Barnstable County Hazardous Materials Program 22

539 South St, Hyannis 508.775.5552 thelocaljuice.com thelocaljuice@gmail.com

loveyourlocalwater.org 508.375.6699 Kalliope.Chute@barnstablecounty.org

The Local Juice Bar + Pantry is a locally-sourced cafe offering organic cold-pressed juices, smoothies, coffee, snacks, sandwiches, soups and grain bowls plus a large selection of local pantry items! Their juices and homemade items are also available at various farmers’ markets throughout the Cape. Open daily.

Their mission is to protect our drinking water supply, an unconfined sole-source aquifer, through public education and regional collection programs of hazardous materials. Household Hazardous Waste programs work closely with towns to undertake new initiatives for recycling and disposal of difficult to manage wastes. Regional collection programs provide convenient, cost efficient collection of hazardous materials for all Cape towns.

ORGANIZATIONS Buy Fresh Buy Local Cape Cod

Cahoon Museum of American Art


4676 Falmouth Rd (Rte 28), Cotuit 508.428.7581 cahoonmuseum.org info@cahoonmuseum.org

buyfreshbuylocalcapecod.org ryavner@barnstablecounty.org 508.375.6882

Buy Fresh Buy Local’s mission is simple: to connect people on the Cape with locally grown farm and sea products. They do this through two approaches: (1) public information and education about where to find locally-grown products, and why it’s a great idea to do so (2) collective promotion of their partners who have made a commitment to support land and sea farms and ocean harvesters in Barnstable County.

Cape Cod Conservatory

As the region’s most innovative art museum, the Cahoon presents historical and contemporary art exhibitions in the landmark Crocker House in Cotuit, MA. The Museum welcomes visitors of all ages to learn about art and art history, to enjoy fun, family friendly events, and to delight in our creative programming.

Cape Cod Museum of Art


2235 Iyannough Road, West Barnstable capeconservatory.org 508.362.2772

Cape Conservatory’s commitment to education for all ages includes musical instruction as well as classes in dance and art at campuses in West Barnstable and Falmouth.

Cape Light Compact


261 Whites Path, Unit 4, South Yarmouth capelightcompact.org 508.375.6644 info@capelightcompact.org

Cape Light Compact is Martha’s Vineyard and Cape Cod’s resource for energy efficiency programs and local renewable power supply options. The Compact offers no-cost home and business energy assessments and rebates on energy efficient products including light bulbs, heating and cooling equipment, and smart thermostats.



60 Hope Lane, off 6A, Dennis 508.385.4477 ccmoa.org


The Cape Cod Museum of Art, founded by artists in 1981, preserves the works of the Cape’s finest artists and celebrates the distinctive artistic identity of the Cape, the islands and the region. The historic building is surrounded by a sculpture garden, has seven galleries, an education center for classes, pottery studio, museum shop and film screening room. Open year round, the Museum is located on the grounds of Cape Cod Center for the Arts, off Route 6A in Dennis.

Cape Media News


17 Shad Hole Road, Dennisport capemedia.org news@capemedia.org 508.394.2388 ext 111

Cape Media News is Cape Cod's local, authentic television newscast, covering the mid-Cape, and hosted by local newscaster Sarah Colvin. Watch Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 5:30, 7 and 11 PM on Cape Media Channel 99 and CapeSpan Channel 98.



Hyannis Main Street Business Improvement District 15


1060 Falmouth Road, Hyannis Capesymphony.org 508.362.1111

Cape Symphony, led by Artistic Director and Conductor Jung-Ho Pak, performs popular hits to magnificent classics, emphasizing fun, surprises, and beautiful music at the Barnstable Performing Arts Center in Hyannis.

397 Main Street, Hyannis 508.775.7982 hyannismainstreet.com info@hyannismainstreet.com

With over 150 Shops and 40 Restaurants in Cape Cod's historic downtown, the Hyannis Main Street BID works to promote the community and economic development of the Main Street, Hyannis district as a desirable place to live, work, invest, and visit.


Summer House Soaps


Clean Slate Eatery


1336 Phinney’s Lane, Hyannis summerhousesoaps.com ann@summerhousesoaps.com

Fine handcrafted soaps and body care products that capture the feeling of summer on Cape Cod. Visit their soap factory (located next to Cape Cod Beer) and outlet store for gifts, classes, and more. Soapmaking demonstration at 10:30 AM every Friday from Memorial Day till Columbus Day. Visit summerhousesoaps.com for hours of operation and directions.

702 Rt. 28, West Dennis 508.292.8817 cleanslateeatery.com chef@cleanslateeatery.com

At Clean Slate Eatery, food is about experiencing tastes and textures and creating community connections. Using only the best ingredients, Clean Slate emphasizes local sourcing whenever possible. Guests may choose from a six-course traditional or vegetarian tasting menu that changes weekly with the seasons.

RESTAURANTS Hearth n’ Kettle

Pizza Barbone


1225 Iyannough Road, Hyannis 508.568.2935 Route 28, South Yarmouth 508.394.2252 HearthnKettle.com

390 Main Street, Hyannis 508.957.2377 pizzabarbone.com ali@pizzabarbone.com

A local, family owned restaurant that's been a mainstay for Cape Codders and visitors since 1973. Entrées are made-from-scratch using fresh, wholesome ingredients including all-natural, hormone and antibiotic-free chicken and ground beef. Many menu selections are prepared using Gluten-free ingredients as well. Hearth ‘n Kettle – because wholesome matters!

The Pheasant

Serving Neapolitan wood-fired pizza in the heart of Hyannis Main Street, they are dedicated to using seasonal, fresh ingredients and creating dishes from scratch. The vegetables can't get much more local than their rooftop garden, soaking up Cape Cod's sunshine and sea-salted air. Pizza Barbone also caters events with their fleet of mobile ovens and brand new food truck and mobile bar cart. Owners Jason and Ali O'Toole invite you to experience how Barbone is so much more than just pizza.

905 Main Street, Dennis 508.385.2133 pheasantcapecod.com info@pheasantcapecod.com

Spoon and Seed

The Pheasant is a farm-to-table restaurant located in a 200 year old farmhouse in Dennis Village. At The Pheasant, the focus is on sustainable locally-sourced dining and gracious but approachable hospitality. They invite you to join them in the warm inviting atmosphere with casual yet professional service, outstanding cocktails, wine and beautiful inventive dishes cooked from as close to the source as possible.

12 Thornton Drive, Hyannis 774.470.4634 spoonandseed.com

Spoon and Seed is a farm to table inspired breakfast and lunch restaurant serving classic comfort food with a refined, worldly touch. A local eatery cooking and serving with love.



MID CAPE RESTAURANTS The Underground Bakery

three fins coffee roasters

581 Main St. (Rte 28), West Dennis threefinscoffee.com 508.619.3372

three fins is a woman and veteran owned small-batch specialty coffee roaster sourcing fair trade and microlot coffees from around the world. The roaster is center stage inside their industrial style coffeehouse where they serve espresso drinks, nitro, cold brew, organic teas and snacks. For them, “it’s all about the bean”.

Scratch-baked muffins, scones, cakes, wedding cakes, pastries, breads, biscotti and other treats. Breakfast and lunch all day, ramen, meals-to-go, and holiday specialties ALL MADE ON SITE. Organic, fair-trade indigo coffees. Cozy atmosphere, friendly service. Mon-Sat 6a-5p; Sun 6a-3:30p.


The West End

1856 Country Store

20 Scudder Ave, Hyannis 508.775.7677 westendhyannis.com

Located at Hyannis’ West End Rotary, The West End is a restaurant serving New American cuisine in a vintage-inspired modern setting… think glam meets speakeasy! Join them for locally-inspired fare, crafted cocktails and live jazz and don’t miss their Sunday Jazz Brunch Buffet.


780 Main Street, Route 6A, Dennis 508.385.4700 theundergroundbakery.com


555 Main St, Centerville 508.775.1856 info@1856countrystore.com 1856countrystore.com

The 1856 Country Store is an authentic old-fashioned village store nestled among stately sea captains' home on beautiful Main Street in Centerville, Massachusetts. The store has delighted generations of youngsters with its huge selection of penny candies and it offers unusual gift items to visitors and year-rounders alike. Not your grandmother's country store!


Botanique of Cape Cod

558 Main Street, Hyannis 508.771.0266

Allium is an artfully designed gift store. They carry unique and useful items for kitchen, kids, bar, bath, pet, as well as a wide range of cards and accessories. Their unique selection of items are a mix of local, Made in USA, and international handcraft.

Bradford’s Ace Hardware 231 Main Street, Hyannis 508.775.0620 bradfordsace.com

Botanique is a unique flower and plant boutique, featuring a beautifully curated selection of nature inspired artwork and gifts, which are made by local artisans and strong woman-owned businesses. They give back by using environmentally-friendly practices, and donating a portion of every sale to local charities.

Coventry Crafts Gifts & Décor


One of the oldest businesses in downtown Hyannis, Bradford’s Hardware offers products for lawn and garden, painting, electrical and lighting, automotive and construction projects. They also have the oldest continually operated locksmith shop on Cape Cod and can service and provide a full line of comprehensive locksmith services.


23 White's Path Unit U, South Yarmouth 774.251.0066 botaniquecapecod@gmail.com

86 Route 149, Marstons Mills 774.361.8464 www.coventrycrafts.net coventrycrafts@icloud.com

Coventry Crafts Gifts & Décor features handcrafted products from twenty-nine (and growing) crafters and artisans from Cape Cod and New England including: quilts, pottery, wood turned pens, florals, art work, stationery, painted wood, shell designs, candles, sea glass designs and more... A craft show every day!


MID CAPE RETAIL Crazy Mermaids Original Art & Fine Craft


744 Main Street, Dennis 508.694.5536 elburne.com info@elburne.com

628 Main Street, Hyannis 617.519.7661 crazymermaids.com info@crazymermaids.com

Crazy Mermaids: A Gallery and Gift Shop featuring original art and fine crafts of over 40 local artisans. They offer art in all mediums, including paintings, glass, ceramics, jewelry, and more. They also offer art and craft classes for groups of up to eight people. Managed by trained sculptor Jacqueline Delfonso.

KAM Appliances

Personalize your home at Elburne, a locally owned and curated shop featuring sustainably made home accents, decor, and gifts. Located along historic Route 6A – you're bound to find something unique. Shop instore or online at elburne.com

Kandy Korner

474 Main Street, Hyannis 508.771.5313 kandykorner.com


201 Yarmouth Road, Hyannis KAMonline.com 508.771.2221 sales@kamonline.com

KAM has been Cape Cod's family owned appliance dealer since 1977. They specialize in anything from small appliance to built-in professional kitchens. They can help you replace one appliance or work with you to remodel or build your dream kitchen. KAM also offers service plans and 0% financing options. Go in and talk to one of their experienced sales team!

Mermaids on Cape Cod

For generations, Kandy Korner has been making and serving delicious fudge, saltwater taffy, sea salt caramels, chocolates and ice cream to Cape natives and visitors. Their gift shop is filled with local treasures and charming gifts, the perfect souvenir of your time on Cape. Visit Kandy Korner and sweeten your stay!

On The Fringe

672 Main Street, Dennis Port onthefringeshop@gmail.com 508.394.9000


855 Rte. 28, West Dennis 508.369.1401 mermaidsoncapecod.com

With a focus on the #BeachBeautiful lifestyle- sandy feet, wind-swept hair, salty sunkissed skin, the store features CC artists like Cape Cod Chokers, Washershore, Nautically Northern, Cape Hook Designs, and their own Official Mermaid Gear, along with faves like Pura Vida, LOLA and Cape Chart Blankets. Catch the Wave on CC by booking their Mobile Boutique for your next event!

Pawsitive Provisions

1336 Phinney's Lane, Unit 1-2 Hyannis 508.957.2124 erin@trainadog.com

The Cape's local source for healthy and natural foods for your dog, cat and wild bird. Hand-selected options of frozen/freeze dried raw, kibble and canned foods for quality and results. Striving to match the best foods for your family pet's needs. A healthy pet is a happy pet!

On The Fringe is a family business that specializes in making one of a kind handcrafted coasters, tiles and home decor embedded with original vintage paper. Quality vintage clothing, used books, vinyl and other eclectic goods brought in weekly that can only be found On The Fringe! Open year round.

Plum Porch

Owned by two local sisters, a local favorite since 2000 and voted Mid Cape’s BEST gift shop! One of the Cape’s LARGEST selections of locally made goods with over 60 local artists. Superb customer service, a constantly rotating selection of simply sophisticated gifts, and FREE gift wrapping! Plus… you’ll love their NEW DRESS BOUTIQUE!!

Rory’s Market + Kitchen

Robin’s Nest is an 11 room shop specializing in nautical home decor and repurposed Cape Cod style furniture. Each room has its own special vibe including local artists’ handmade items, jewelry and specialty gifts. With their ever-changing inventory, it’s a different shop every time you visit.


640 Main Street, Dennis Port 508.760.3043

Robin’s Nest Furniture & More 23 H Whites Path, South Yarmouth 508-619-3247 robsy111@gmail.com


181 Cotuit Rd (Rte. 149) Marstons Mills 508.420.7118 plumporch.com

Organic produce, grab and go food, fresh eats, juice and smoothies, organic grocery, beer and wine, supplements and CBD. For every pound of produce sold by weight, they donate a pound to feed local families.



MID CAPE RETAIL Salt Yarn Studio


620 Route 6A, Dennis 508.694.6189 saltyarnstudio.com hello@saltyarnstudio.com


645 Main St., Hyannis 774.361.6708 seaporium.com seaporium@gmail.com

Salt Yarn Studio is a fiber arts retail, education and design destination, in the heart of Dennis village. Housed in a 200 year old Cape cottage, this intimate and community oriented studio encourages learning and play, with fiber, locally made products and creative programming for all ages.

An eclectic shop offering unique painted furniture and decor. They use and sell quality paints and supplies. Many locally crafted art, jewelry and gifts are available as well. They offer interactive daytime and evening classes in a fun atmosphere like Learn to Paint, crafting, canvas painting and more!


Unfinished Business of Cape Cod 619 Main Street (MA-6A), Dennis 508.778.8123 unfinishedbusinessofcapecod.com info@unfinishedbusinessofcapecod.com


Unfinished Business of Cape Cod has been building dreams since 2000. Their mission is to provide their clients handcrafted quality custom, semi-custom and standard cabinetry and furniture. They specialize in wall units, kitchen cabinets and islands, bathroom vanities, fireplace mantels, home office, quality living room furniture, bedroom collections, dining table and chairs. They also offer outdoor living furniture collections. Visit their showroom, or call for a free inhome consultation.

Coastline Massage Nadia Fellman, LMT


800 Main Street, Dennis 508.375.7300 coastlinemassage.com coastlinemassage@gmail.com

Strong, specific and deliberate massage, in a modern and relaxing space in the heart of Dennis Village. Feel better... live better.

SERVICES The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod

EM Crosby Boatworks, Inc.

Marstons Mills Branch: 3878 Falmouth Rd, 508.420.7849 West Barnstable Branch: 1121 Rte 6A, 508.362.8161 Hyannis Branch: 695 Attucks Ln, 508.775.8900 Yarmouth Port Branch: 121 Rte 6A, 508.362.3242 East Dennis Branch: 1591 Rte 6A, 508.385.9212 mycapecodbank.com INSIDE FRONT COVER By being POSITIVELY DIFFERENT, The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod is the local bank of choice for individuals, families, and businesses on Cape Cod. They are fully committed to the communities where they live and work, and support them by investing their resources human and financial - to help them flourish.

48 Lombard Ave, West Barnstable and 190 Bridge Street, Osterville 508.362.7100 35 emcrosbyboatworks.com info@emcrosbyboatworks.com

The Crosby family has been building and servicing boats on Cape Cod for 8 generations. Ned Crosby’s local small business, E.M. Crosby Boatworks, continues the legacy of helping people maximize their positive experience on the water through talent, knowledge, craftsmanship, superior customer service and attention to detail.

Team Martin-Lapsley - 14 Kinlin Grover Real Estate

Sunderland Printing 115 Enterprise Road, Hyannis 508.790.1100 sunderlandprinting.com


Sunderland Printing understands the importance of your image. They take pride in making your company shine in every printed piece they produce. With over 25 years in business, they have the experience to make your next venture look fantastic.


927 Route 6A, Yarmouth Port 508.331.1404 teammartinlapsley.com

Looking to buy or sell a home on Cape Cod? Team Martin Lapsley is your local, full time, year round Realtor team. They pride themselves on outstanding customer service! As a team they are attentive, detail oriented, hard working & believe communication is the key to success. Call them today!












Lower Cape Chatham

One of the best things to do when exploring Chatham, which is located at the southeastern tip of Cape Cod, is to drive Shore Road which traces this outer edge of Cape Cod and offers some of the most awe-inspiring views of the area. Main Street, Chatham is one of the town’s main attractions where walking the length of it is a mustdo so you can take in all of the shops that offer art, books, quirky gifts, clothing, toys and specialty foods like Chatham Clothing Bar, Fisherman’s Daughter, Yankee Ingenuity, Sundance Clothing, Gustare Olive Oils & Vinegars, and Where the Sidewalk Ends. There are also a variety of eateries and restaurants downtown and just outside of town that will satisfy any food palette. On Main Street you’ll find Bluefins Sushi & Sake Bar, the Impudent Oyster, the Chatham Squire and Buffy’s Ice Cream. Off the beaten path you’ll find traditional family cooking with a contemporary flair at the Talkative Pig, gourmet burgers of all kinds at Mom & Pops Burgers, the best burritos around at the Corner Store, a great cup of coffee at the Chatham Filling Station, and creative and tasty eats at Hangar B. Taking in and learning about the natural environment of the area should also be on any to-do list. Immerse yourself in the Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge where you will find plenty of bird and seal watching opportunities, walking trails, exhibits and hands-on games in the visitor center. You can also learn more about the great white shark, its presence on Cape Cod and the most recent research through exhibits, videos, displays and virtual reality at the Chatham Shark Center. Or take it all in from up in the sky on Stick'n Rudder Aero Tours who host sightseeing rides around the gorgeous lower Cape area.



Being located on the bay side and along 6A, means Brewster offers something a little special from the rest of the Lower Cape. The beaches like Crosby Landing, Linnell Landing, Breakwater Beach and Paines Creek give you the most gorgeous sunsets and views of the famous Brewster Flats, a phenomenon created by the ebb and flow of the daily tides. Your ride along 6A will bring you to the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History where they have interactive exhibits, teach visitors about local ecology and wildlife, and trails on their 400 acres of conservation land, as well as Drummer Boy Park, where you can picnic overlooking views of Cape Cod Bay, take in some area history, or maybe happen upon an antiques fair, community gathering or farmers’ market. This area of Brewster is also home to a number of local art galleries like Struna Galleries, Sydenstricker Glass, Dickerson Gallery and Teichman Gallery with styles and mediums ranging from contemporary to classic and oil painting to sculpture. If you are feeling hungry or parched, there are food and drink options of all kinds: coffee and light fare at Snowy Owl Coffee Roasters, seafood classics at the Brewster Fish House and a sophisticated food and cocktail menu at The Flats. For an after dinner drink and some live music you can always head to the Woodshed for some dive bar fun. On 6A you will also find access to the great outdoors at Nickerson State Park for camping, biking or hiking on the 1900 acre preserve, or spending the day troutfishing. Be sure to stop off at the Brewster Store if you need extra supplies. Brewster is also a great spot to pick up the Cape Cod Rail Trail. You can rent bikes at Brewster Bike or the Rail Trail Bike & Kayak Shop, and grab a snack at Guapo’s Tortilla Shack or at Eat Cake For Breakfast before you head off!



Orleans is the hub of down Cape with no shortage of excellent restaurants, stylish shops and beautiful beaches.


Harwich might be considered one of the quieter towns on the Lower Cape, but that is not necessarily a bad thing! It simply means the businesses, activities and cultural destinations throughout the town are all the more special. The area is home to Harwich Junior Theater, one of the Cape’s most well known and accomplished theater programs which offers year round entertainment of plays like Freaky Friday, Pippin and Tuck Everlasting, as well as educational workshops. One of Harwich’s best restaurants, Viera, is conveniently located near the theater so you can make it a whole night of good times. It is also where you can learn about the Cape’s most famous crop: the cranberry. The Harwich Historical Society features Cape Cod’s largest exhibit dedicated to interpreting and presenting the history of Cranberry Culture on Cape Cod. And just around the corner from there, you can see first hand how cranberries are used to flavor First Crush Winery’s Cran Blanc wine at their tasting room. You should also spend a few hours in Harwich Port where you’ll inevitably feel transported into small town life. The short but sweet Main Street offers watering holes like the Mad Minnow Bar & Kitchen and The Port, as well as spots like the Snow Goose Shop and Sativa to pick up some of the most popular local brands and unique mementos. The summer months offer up Musical Stroll Nights where local bands play a variety of music along the street.

Start your day with a smoothie bowl at Viv’s Kitchen, bagel sandwiches at Jo Mama’s or a breakfast bowl at the newly opened Whisk before a day at the beach or a day of shopping. Head to Nauset Beach for 10 miles of coastline and outdoor summer concerts in the gazebo. On your way back shop handmade jewelry and gifts at Adorn or chic styles at Weekend. Grab burgers at the Knack, tasty burritos at the Corner Store or hipster eats at Sunbird. Peruse unique goods at Plant Work Shop, Designs by S&R and Homegrown Boutique, or fashionable threads at Vintage in Vogue, If the Shoe Fits and Blake & Co. On Saturdays enjoy the Cape’s biggest farmers’ market, sharing a field with the Orleans Artist Shanties along the Cape Cod Rail Trail that runs through town. Shop for your garden and more at The Farm and Friend’s Marketplace. Enjoy freshwater fun at Pilgrim Lake off Herringbrook Road or the sandy shores of Skaket Beach. Soak in sunset views at Rock Harbor before grabbing some local pints and fun at Hog Island Brewery. After the sun sets, enjoy wildly creative cuisine at Vers, gastropub eats at Rock Harbor Grill, elevated New England staples at Mahoney’s Atlantic Bar & Grill or innovative dishes at ABBA. Satisfy your sweet tooth at The Local Scoop or Hot Chocolate Sparrow. Continue the night with a show at the Academy of Performing Arts, a game of bowling (and some mean BBQ) at the Orleans Bowling Center or some live tunes at the Barley Neck Inn or the Land Ho.

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If beach adventures are your thing, be sure to visit Cape Cod Beach Chair for all of your gear and games you need and head to Bank Street Beach on Nantucket Sound or Sand Pond for something a little more low key.



LOWER CAPE ART Cape Cod C Star Pottery

Wildflower Pottery

1145 Rte 6A, Brewster 774.212.0427 capecodcstar.com capecodcstar@outlook.com

3820 Main Street Brewster 774-722-1680 wildflowerpotterycapecod.com wildflowerpotterycapecod@gmail.com

A pottery studio in Brewster featuring the work of Ruby Calderwood and her father Clay. You will find hand thrown kitchen and dinnerwares, ocean inspired home accents, Clay’s signature fish wall hangings and Ruby’s Cable Creek Oyster Trays. Find them as you head into Brewster on Route 6A.

Porcelain and Raku pottery that is microwave, dishwasher and oven safe, and lead free. Specializing in tableware, Raku and sculpture for wedding and all occasion gifts. Visit the gallery open year round at Heart Pottery.



Agway of Cape Cod

20 Lots Hollow Road, Orleans 508.255.8100 1005 Main Street, Chatham 508.945.1555 agwaycapecod.com

Serving the Cape for over 25 years, Agway of Cape Cod is locally owned and operated by the Wile Family. Agway is your trusted source for lawn, garden and pet supplies including many local products. Agway has three convenient locations in Orleans, South Dennis and Chatham.

First Crush Winery ~ Cape Cod 527 Main Street, Harwich 508.737.6867 firstcrushwinery.com info@firstcrushwinery.com

Under the direction of winemaker/owner Frank Puzio, chemist and former eye doctor. Producing award-winning wines that turn the heads of the most discriminating, utilizing grapes from the Napa region. Experience their wines in their Harwich tasting room, local restaurants and package stores. 40% of their production is reserved via a unique winemaking cooperative.

The Farm

Gustare Oils & Vinegars

40 Rock Harbor Road, Orleans 508.240.1222 thefarmcapecod.com

Rooted at Rock Harbor Road in Orleans, the Richardson Family has been growing thousands of perennials and annuals as well as a large selection of unique and unusual trees and shrubs on their 10-acre farm since 1975. Come find fantastic quality and color for your Cape Cod garden, plus family friendly events.

Gourmet Gifts, Recipes & Flavorful Ideas. Visit them online or in their Chatham store to taste your favorite extra virgin olive oils and traditional aged balsamic vinegars. Gustare Oils & Vinegars - tasteful and healthy olive oils, balsamic vinegars, gourmet foods and gift ideas for family, friends or business associates.


Brewster, MA 847.204.6627 florachella.com kate@florachella.com



461 Main Street, Chatham 508.945.4505 www.gustareoliveoil.com

Flora Chella Design

Designs By S&R

Kate Formichella draws upon a cumulative set of disciplines from a variety of industries. Sustainable floral designs and installations, weddings and events using local (Blue Lobster Flower Farm and American grown products). Container plantings for commercial and private. Organically managed, edible flower farm for local restaurants, breweries and weddings.



85 Route 6A, Orleans 508.240.3608 jewelrybysr.com sales@jewelrybysr.com

Inspired by the beauty of Cape Cod, Designs By S&R is a truly local jewelry shop. The studio is on site, specializing in handcrafted, custom designs working in both gold and silver, continually changing and creating innovative new designs.



The Laurel School



1436 Long Pond Road, Brewster 508.896.4934 laurelschoolcapecod.org

1436 Long Pond Road, Brewster 508.896.4934 laurelschoolcapecod.org/camp

Laurel Day Camp is a non-profit Summer Camp Program for children ages 15 months to 17 years that encourages honesty, respect and kindness while providing a sense of community to give campers confidence in a loving and safe environment, where they can play, create, and learn all day!

An independent, non-profit Toddler to Elementary School that provides a loving, supportive environment where students have the opportunity, freedom, and trust to explore and learn. Students gain 21st Century skills and learn to collaborate and think critically as they study core academics, fine arts, music, foreign language, environmental studies, and physical education.


Mad Minnow Bar & Kitchen


34 Route 6A, Orleans 508.237.3191 thelocalscoopcapecod.com

554 Main St. (Rte. 28), Harwich Port 774.209.3977 madminnow.com

Frozen dessert and grilled cheese bar, open year round, supporting local food artisans and farmers. Featuring “Make Your Own Sundae�, over 60 toppings. The Cape Cod Pop is handcrafted at The Local Scoop, providing a Local Delight in Every Bite. Organic, gluten free, sugar free and vegan options abound. Ice Cream, Frozen Yogurt, Crepes, Coffee and locally made artisan products.

The Mad Minnow is a coastal gastro style restaurant based on creativity and honesty. They love craft beer, local food, scratch cocktails, farms and fish. The Mad Minnow team cares about what they do and hope you do, too. #madminnowbar

Snowy Owl Coffee Roasters

2624 Main Street, Brewster 774.323.0605 483 Main Street, Chatham socoffee.co

Mom & Pops Burgers 1603 Main Street, Chatham momandpopschatham.com 774.840.4144

Mom was born in the Philippines and moved to Southern California when she was 10. Pops is a New Englander. They met in San Francisco and arrived in Chatham with a mission is to serve food they grew up on and love, using only the highest quality, freshest ingredients. Mom and Pop want their customers to feel like they are guests of their family and hope you will love their food, appreciate the unique menu, and want to come back time and time again.

The Talkative Pig


Snowy Owl is a small batch coffee roaster with a cafe in Brewster and an espresso bar in Chatham. Their green beans are mindfully sourced directly from farmers and ethical importers, and they are attentive to their environmental impact in every product they sell. At their cafe and espresso bar, they offer daily-baked, local pastries, specialty teas, and an assortment of other snacks and gluten-free goodies. Their freshly roasted beans can be purchased by the bag, and they offer a variety of home brewing equipment, mugs, and thermoses.



2642 Main Street, South Chatham 508.430.5211 thetalkativepig.com eat@thetalkativepig.com

Mediterranean-inspired dishes made from fresh ingredients and traditional family recipes. From their pizza dough and cheese to their delicious desserts, each menu item is crafted carefully by hand at the restaurant. They hope you will enjoy their food as much as they enjoy sharing it with you and your family!



211 Main Street, East Orleans 774.316.4245 adorncapecod.com contact@adorncapecod.com

Adorn offers a carefully curated selection of handcrafted jewelry, art, gifts and unique goods for home and lifestyle with a focus on featuring independent designers, artists and handmade brands based locally on Cape Cod and throughout the United States. Find Adorn on the way to Nauset Beach.



LOWER CAPE RETAIL The Brewster Store

Monomoy Horse & Dog


1935 Main Street, Brewster 508.896.3744 Brewsterstore.com info@brewsterstore.com

An authentic American general store opened in 1866, the Store is a "Third Place" for all to meet on the benches out front in the morning, with fresh coffee, donuts and pastries. Inside the Store is a unique assortment of merchandise from fun penny candy, homemade fudge, jams and jellies, and toys. Referred to as the "heart of Brewster" by many visitors, it is truly the center of the town.

Enjoying their second year! Monomoy Horse & Dog is a locally owned and operated place to shop for horses, dogs and the people who love them. With over 45 years of equine and canine experience, they look forward to sharing their love of all things horse and dog with you!

SERVICES Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank

Fishaye Trading Company 211 Main St. (Rte. 28), West Harwich 866.582.FISH (3474) fishayetrading.com sales@fishayetrading.com


Stylish and functional art for the coastal home. Many original works. Caught locally by fisherman artist , John Doherty. Made in the USA . Wonderful gifts.

Friends' Marketplace


57 Main Street, Orleans 508.255.0963 friendsmarketplace.net hello@friendsmarketplace.net

Homegrown Boutique

Operations Center - 19 West Rd, Orleans capecodfive.com

Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank is an independent state-chartered savings bank with over $3 billion in assets. They offer a broad range of financial products and services on Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket and in Southeastern MA. Services include consumer and commercial banking; residential mortgages; investment management and trust services.

East Harwich Branch 1470 Orleans Rd. 508.432.1179 mycapecodbank.com

By being POSITIVELY DIFFERENT, The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod is the local bank of choice for individuals, families, and businesses on Cape Cod. They are fully committed to the communities where they live and work, and support them by investing their resources human and financial - to help them flourish. INSIDE FRONT COVER


Homegrown Boutique is a curated mix of women’s clothing and accessories with a bohemian beach vibe for the wild, free, and adventurous spirit, as well as fun, unique home goods and baby gifts. Live and shop consciously for a better world.

Snow Goose Shop

554 Route 28, Harwich Port snowgooseshop.com

The Snow Goose Shops bring you products inspired by Cape Cod living, the beaches of Cape Cod and our unique villages. Discover local products from all over the Cape at their shops located in Harwich Port and Sandwich. The Snow Goose Shop team brings you a unique shopping experience. Stop by and experience it for yourself or check out their online store.



The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod

Friends' Marketplace is a community centered, forward thinking grocery store that has been a mainstay in Orleans for over 20 years! This family run business offers an incredible selection of every day and natural items, chef prepared ready-to-go foods, an in-house butcher, organic produce, gourmet deli, bakery and beautiful outdoor garden shop. Hours: 7 days 7am to 9pm (8pm Oct-Apr). 34 Main Street, Orleans 774.561.2156 homegrownboutique.com


580 Route 28, Harwich Port 508.432.1022 monomoyhorsedog.com

Nauset Disposal


3 Rayber Road, Orleans 508.255.1419 nausetdisposal.com info@nausetdisposal.com

Locally owned and operated, Nauset Disposal takes pride in bringing a unique approach to each of their customer’s disposal needs. Headquartered in Orleans, Nauset Disposal provides waste and recycling solutions for businesses and residents, as well as roll-offs, dumpster rentals, temporary fencing, junk removal and portable toilets for job sites, events and weddings.








LoveGiveLocal LoveLiveLocal launched Project Cape Made in 2016 to support the local makers, growers and business owners that make Cape Cod the unique and distinct place that it is. Since LoveLiveLocal’s mission includes a commitment to fostering an economically sustainable, creatively engaging future for the place we love so much, we wanted to come up with a way to give these locals a little bit of extra cash in their pocket to help them with expenses that will enable them to go to the next level in their businesses – from purchasing materials to covering legal fees to boosting marketing efforts. Through sales of PCM branded merchandise, and thanks to the support of The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod we are able to give out four $500 micro grants every year.

Fall 2018 grant recipients: Dreamsongs and Slyk Shades. Dreamsongs started with a Red-tailed Hawk’s feather that Lyza Roderick found at work one day – she felt the urge to make something meaningful with it, and so began her venture away from 2-dimensional art and into making dreamcatchers. She was introduced to crystals as a teenager, and she thought they would be the perfect addition to a dreamcatcher in order to give it a “bonus” attribute. In addition to dreamcatchers, Dreamsongs now also includes a variety of crystal jewelry and mobiles.

While suffering through chronic illness, Josh Fitzmaurice found a way to distract himself, be creative, and connect with his love of nature by starting his sunglasses line SLYK Shades. In January 2017, Josh began teaching himself fashion design through YouTube, and in July of 2018 SLYK began selling stylish and unique men’s and women’s sunglasses online. All shades are eco-friendly, handcrafted from wood and sometimes abalone shells, and are engraved with an inspirational quote to help motivate you to keep going through all life’s challenges.

Lyza’s favorite thing about being a local maker on Cape The Project Cape Made grant helped Josh purchase Cod is “the community. I wouldn’t be where I am now a laser engraver machine so he can do custom orders without the support from my local customer base on site. and retailers.”


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Outer Cape Eastham

Eastham, although lacking a true Main Street or town center, has the heart of old Cape Cod with a locals’ vibe and no shortage of charming businesses, stunning views and historical hot spots. Soak in the the beautiful natural environment stopping at the Cape Cod National Seashore Salt Pond Visitor Center for information and inspiration or take the one mile loop trail of Fort Hill for spectacular sights. The Fort Hill Rural Historic District consists of about 100 acres, made up of salt marshes, fields and forest. Eastham’s beaches are all special, from the calm shores of Cape Cod Bay to the exciting tides of the National Seashore. The bay’s First Encounter Beach, Sunken Meadow Beach and Thumpertown Beach are perfect for a relaxing day on the flats or cross over Route 6 for Nauset Light Beach or Coast Guard Beach for chillier waters and fun waves. Take in some history at Nauset Light, one of the most famous lighthouses on the east coast or check out the Cape’s oldest windmill, Olde Eastham Windmill across from Town Hall. Don’t miss Doane Rock, the largest exposed glacial boulder on Cape Cod named after John Doane, one of Easthams’ earliest settlers. Head to the coast to view Three Sisters Lighthouses or the Old Coast Guard Station overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. After the beach peruse the hip, locally-made designs at ARTichoke, eclectic gifts at Buddha Bobs or Pure Vita’s Modern Apothecary Studio. “Grab and go” some super fresh seafood at Mac's Market & Kitchen or enjoy a casual but elevated dining experience at Local Break or Brine or some South African fare at Karoo Restaurant. Find special events and musical performances in unexpected places like the Eastham Public Library, the Eastham Elks Lodge and First Encounter Coffeehouse.



There’s just something a little magical about life in the ‘Fleet. A tight crew of surfers, artists and fisherman fill the harbors and local haunts year round and the population and energy swells to a frenzy in the summer as second home owners and tourists fill the beaches and roads. When the season hits, start your Wellfleet adventure with a hot croissant at PB Boulangerie, coffee at The Fox + Crow Cafe, an açaí bowl at BŌL or brunch at The Wicked Oyster. Take a right off Route 6 down Lecount Hollow Road and drive down Ocean View Drive, one of the most scenic routes on the Cape. Stop at Lecounts, White Crest Beach or Cahoon Hollow Beach for some fun in the sun. Watch surfers and beach goers before heading up the hill to the Wellfleet Beachcomber for the best beach party with an epic raw bar and nightly live entertainment. Leave the beach scene and gallery hop through the impressive and unique offerings to be found on Commercial and Main Streets at Frying Pan Gallery, Cove Gallery, Left Bank Gallery, Works Gallery and Harmon Gallery. You can also shop chic styles at Salt, Nicholas Harrison Gallery, Frances Francis and Jewelry Studio of Wellfleet. Grab oysters, sushi and an early cocktail in an open air setting over crushed clam shells at Mac’s Shack or their sister location on the Wellfleet Pier. Learn about Wellfleet’s gorgeous natural habitat at the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary or explore Great Island, Lieutenant Island, and the White Cedar Swamp Trail. Enjoy an extraordinary, locally-foraged culinary experience at Ceraldi, local fare at Van Rensselaer’s Restaurant or C Shore Kitchen + Bar before catching some live tunes at the The Well Tavern + Kitchen (and good eats), a special event at Wellfleet Preservation Hall, a movie at the Wellfleet Drive-In or a show at the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater or Harbor Stage Company.




Heading towards the outermost point of the Cape, Truro is full of wild, natural beauty with more than half of its land lying within the Cape Cod National Seashore. What lacks in hustle and bustle, thrives with a striking natural landscape, a population of creatives and intellects and some of the Cape’s best local spots. Start your day with a cold brew, smoothie or fresh juice at Chequessett Chocolate, grab some housemade chocolate for later, and visit their food truck, High Tide Kitchen. Alternatively you can stock up on picnic fixins at Salty Market and head to one of Truro’s breathtaking trails or beaches. Post up on the sand overlooking the Atlantic Ocean at Ballston Beach, Longnook Beach or Head of the Meadow Beach. Or head to the calmer Cape Cod Bay and soak up the rays and views at Ryder Beach, Fisher Road Beach, Corn Hill Beach, Great Hollow Beach and Cold Storage Beach. Go hit some balls at Highland Links, revered as Cape Cod’s oldest golf course and possibly it’s most scenic, perched along the bluffs overlooking the ocean and Highland Light lighthouse. Don’t miss the nearby Jenny Lind Tower or the Highland House Museum located in a former hotel built in 1907 run by the Truro Historical Society. Grab a panini or salad for lunch at Savory & Sweet Escape before browsing the goodies at Atlantic Spice Company or the historic and adorable pottery and original artwork at Jobi Pottery. Make your way to the beautiful grounds of Truro Vineyards and enjoy a wine tasting of their wine or spirits, tour the vineyard and enjoy eats at their food truck.

As you approach the tip of Cape Cod, turn left off Route 6 in Truro and take Shore Road past the Days Cottages and cruise into Commercial Street in P’Town and behold the Cape’s most unique town, full of history, character and natural beauty. Check out the Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM) for an impressive collection of rotating exhibits or visit the Center for Coastal Studies and enjoy whale and seal walks, tidal flats exploration and a full humpback whale skeleton. Gallery hop through the East End before grabbing a snack at Angel Foods, a bite at Yolqueria, coffee at Wired Puppy or some tea at The Captain’s Daughter. Grab a sandwich from Far Land Provisions and explore the trails of Beech Forest, Long Point Lighthouse and Sand Dune or hit the sandy shores at Herring Cove Beach and Race Point. Enjoy stunning views and local artists along MacMillan Pier, climb the Pilgrim Monument and visit the Provincetown Museum. Grab some tasty treats at ScottCakes before browsing Commercial Street’s endless collection of ever changing shops and boutiques including the classic Marine Specialties. Get an energy boost with a pint or snack from The Canteen, The Squealing Pig, or the Nor’east Beer Garden. Continue your food tour with hip spots like Joon Bar and Kitchen, Strangers & Saints, Local 186 and Spindler’s or classics like The Mews Restaurant, Jimmy’s Hideaway and The Red Inn. Wrap up the night at the piano bar at the Crown and Anchor, a night of karaoke at the Government Bradford, or drinks at the Underground Bar or Old Colony Tap. Sleep it all off in a room at the incredibly unique Lands End Inn.

Take in a workshop at Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill or a boat tour out of Pamet Harbor before grabbing dinner in town. Both Terra Luna and Blackfish offer a cozy, intimate dining experience where the food is out of this world and you feel like you’re eating in a hidden gem at the edge of the earth. Cap it all off at Payomet Performing Arts Center where world renowned acts perform in a tent at the ocean’s edge on the grounds of the historic North Truro Air Force Station.

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P-town Airtours

Provincetown Municipal Airport 176 Race Point Road, Provincetown 508.237.5563 P-TownAirtours.com

Go fly in their completely renovated 1940 Waco UPF7 Biplane flys 2 passengers, side by side. See P-town, the dunes, beaches, the lighthouse, Pilgrim Monument, Truro, Wellfleet Harbor, all the way down to Chatham.


Frying Pan Gallery

Situated in Wellfleet harbor in one of the last remaining authentic oyster shacks on Cape Cod, the Frying Pan Gallery was created by steel sculptor Steve Swain. The gallery features the work of mostly local artists and jewelers including Ethan Manach, Karen Capotto, Trevor Mikula, Mary Jo McConnell, Shareen Davis and Mercy Reed.


Chequessett Chocolate

774.538.6249 8 Highland Road, North Truro chequessettchocolate.com chequessettchocolate@gmail.com

Chequessett Chocolate carefully handcrafts their chocolate in small batches from fine-flavor, sustainably grown cacao beans at their workshop in North Truro. Blending high-quality cacao with the purest ingredients available, they create chocolate that is both exceptional in taste and wholesomely decadent. Go check out the cafe and factory, open year round.


A community radio station for Cape Cod and beyond that provides a media platform to present local, eclectic, entertaining, informative and educational programming, and to encourage community participation in all aspects of the station. They build community through media.


Wellfleet lolaslocalfoodlab.com kim@lolaslocalfoodlab.com

Shoal Hope Ciderworks 978.758.7860 shoalhopeciderworks.com info@shoalhopeciderworks.com

Cape Cod Cannabis Consulting & the CBD Store 46 Bradford Street, Provincetown 616.291.9558 cccc420.com rglupker@gmail.com

Cape Cod Cannabis Consulting and the CBD Store offers business and personal consulting services, Endocannabinoid DNA Testing, Online Certification Courses on THC/CBD and a full range of quality CBD products. If you are building a cannabis business or want to improve your health with CBD, they’re there to help.

Jobi Pottery & Gallery

Award winning hard ciders produced and packaged in Provincetown, MA from fresh pressed juices and other natural ingredients. Visit our taproom at the Cape Cod Beer Brewery in Hyannis.

Truro Vineyards of Cape Cod

11 Shore Road (Route 6A), North Truro 508.487.6200 54 trurovineyardsofcapecod.com info@trurovineyardsofcapecod.com

Truro Vineyards is a vineyard, winery and distillery open daily for tastings and tours. Hang out on the lawn with a glass of wine or a cocktail, feast from the Blackfish food truck open daily for lunch, and shop in their eclectic gift shop stocked with handmade and local products.



92.1 fm/91.3 fm 494 Commercial Street, Provincetown 508.487.2619 womr.org

Lola's Local Food Lab

WOW! Wild-Original-Wonderful! Lola’s famous handcrafted Shrub Drinking Vinegars are concentrates used to create fresh sodas and crazy cocktails. Her unique spice blends are universal magic, and an homage to Cape Cod. Acclaimed in the Boston Globe and Edible Cape Cod, Lola sources locally and responsibly. Purchase online and see where Lola is selling and doing pop-up events!


250 Commercial Street, Wellfleet 508.367.5964 / 978.853.5553 fryingpangallery.com

314 Route 6, Truro 508.487.2304 jobipottery@comcast.net jobipottery.com


Jobi™ Pottery is an original Truro cottage industry that began in 1953! Their collectible, colorful pottery is handmade and glazed in their Truro studio. The gallery also represents other local clay artists, painters, and fabric artists. Visit the Jobi Shop & Gallery, tour the studio, shop online or look for Jobi Pottery in fine galleries and shops on Cape Cod. Open DAILY 10-5.




High Tide Kitchen

High Tide Kitchen is a food truck by Chequessett Chocolate and resides permanently in front of their factory in North Truro. Their 2019 offerings feature street-style Asian food with a focus on the freshest local seafood married with the unforgettable flavors of Thailand and Vietnam. Salads, fresh rolls, and Banh Mi for the beach, along with amazing chicken wings.

ARTichoke Apparel, owned by sisters Kate and Lizzy Escher, is a silkscreen studio and boutique. ARTichoke Apparel is known for their soft fabric choices and their unique designs. The studio boutique is located in Eastham and features a range of products from independent designers and host’s fun monthly art shows.

RETAIL Pure Vita Modern Apothecary Studio


4550 State Hwy, Eastham 774.316.4550 artichokecapecod.com

8 Highland Road, North Truro 774.538.6249 hightidekitchen.com hightidecapecod@gmail.com

SERVICES Coastline Tattoo


4205 State Highway 6, Eastham 774.561.2395 purevitacapecod.com purevitacapecod@gmail.com

Cape Cod’s first essential oil bar, including a Scent It Yourself soap station! Shop a wide variety of quality hand crafted pure CBD products, essential oil products and local crafts.


290A Commercial Street, Provincetown 508.487.2012 coastlinetattoo.com

Coastline Tattoo is dedicated to creating quality, oneof-a-kind tattoos and artwork in a clean, friendly, creative studio environment. They have over 20 years of experience and are open year round. They also carry original artwork, t-shirts and apparel designed and printed by their talented artists.











Many of Cape Cod’s artists and makers don’t have brick-and-mortar locations of their own. You can find them online and/or in retail locations from Falmouth to Provincetown. Check out their websites for more information about how and where to support them, follow them on social media, and let them know LoveLiveLocal sent you!



ART David Riina Fine Art

Angelwing Bracelets

914. 462.6648 davidriina.com david.riina@gmail.com

774.212.5742 etsy.com/shop/angelwingbracelets angelwingbracelets@gmail.com

David is a marine artist with a focus on our local fish and their habitat, and all the wildlife that comes along with it.

Shinglefish Cape Cod

Locally made bracelets, which are completely adjustable, waterproof and can be made to order online, or in person!


The Beaded Wire

978.340.4041 shinglefishcapecod.com shinglefishcapecod@gmail.com

Shinglefish Cape Cod is the place for fish, sea creatures and surfboards freehand painted on Cape Cod weathered shingles. Their upcycled, whimsical and impressionistic art pieces are inspired by nature. Each weathered shingle has been recycled from the side of a Cape Cod cottage and given new life.

Swanson Studios

swansonstudios.art sswansonstudios@gmail.com

Original art inspired by the sea commission and personalized work available.

508.237.0638 shopthebeadedwire.com thebeadedwire@gmail.com

High fashion handcrafted jewelry for every occasion

Cape Clasp


Cape Clasp is a purpose-driven brand based in Woods Hole, MA. They make products that reflect and give back to ocean and marine life causes. 15% of profits are donated directly to their non-profit partners to help support research. Thank you for helping Cape Clasp #makewaves.

Cape Cod Chokers

The Spiral Stone of Cape Cod 508.737.4825 spiralstoneofcapecod.com thespiralstone@gmail.com

An arts and wellness business offering a variety of products, services and programming. ~Nature & Spirituality Inspired Artwork & Products ~Therapeutic & Expressive Arts Programming ~Life Coaching ~Reiki Based Energy Work ~Intuitive Readings & Spiritual Guidance.

Cape Cod Chokers began with the Original Cape Cod Pearl Choker. They wanted a simple design that reflects the Cape's natural beauty and luminous light. Their artisans are born and raised on Cape Cod. Each piece of jewelry and artwork are made at their West Barnstable Farm off Route 6A. Makers are inspired by the local beauty and adventures as beachgoers, lifeguards, paddle boarders, swimmers, and sailors.


Edible Landscapes

Edible Landscapes of Cape Cod delivers organic landcare and edible gardening services including consultation, design, installation and maintenance. Based in West Barnstable, Edible Landscapes also operates a nursery, offering a unique selection of edible plants, herbs, trees and more. Set up a consultation or arrange a time to visit their nursery. “Have your yard and eat it too!”



508.280.0489 capecodchokers.com capecodchokers@gmail.com

FARM • GARDEN CENTER 774.994.0333 ediblelandscapes.net ediblelandscapescc@gmail.com



Crystal Dreamcatchers · Jewelry · Home Goods · Crystals. Dreamsongs offers unique and carefully crafted items that will accentuate yourself and your home while providing good vibes and balance. Each one of Lyza’s designs is created with genuine crystals and other materials with over 90% of them coming from small businesses within the USA.


ONLINE JEWELRY The East Wind Silver Co., Ltd. 508.945.2470 eastwindsilver.com info@eastwindsilver.com

Gillian Hurrie Inspired Designs


Since 1999, East Wind is the Cape’s premier shop for silver jewelry and now the Cape’s first exclusively online shop. East Wind is the source for the Chatham Hook bracelet; fish cuffs and rings; Cape Wave™ and seabangles™ jewelry; and genuine Cape Cod Jewelry. Great selection, fast delivery, and personal service online!

774.313.8662 gillianhurrie.com support@gillianhurrie.com

Gillian Hurrie Inspired Designs, a Cape Cod based company, offers lovingly hand-crafted jewelry meant to make you feel unique, empowered and inspired. Each piece can offer therapeutic benefits infused by the gemstones’ healing energies. Their designs are highly influenced by nature and the modern yoga lifestyle.

Lucia Moon Designs

Moon Compass Studio

774.722.1965 luciamoondesigns.com luciamoondesigns@gmail.com


mooncompassstudio@gmail.com mooncompassstudio.com

Martha Lucia Nunez and her daughter Mercy Moon Reed make the world’s most sought after shell jewelry. Their creations include some of the largest wampum beads in the world. All of the quahog shells used in their designs are harvested by Martha and Mercy in the waters of Cape Cod.

Beachcomber and artist Amy Kelly creates inspired jewelry from the treasures she finds on the sands of Cape Cod. Each piece is a unique work of art, carefully handcrafted from start to finish in Sandwich, MA, using industrial recycled precious metals and semi precious stones.

Swirls Jewelry by Elisa Sullivan

Nautically Northern

nauticallynorthern.com nauticallynorthern@gmail.com

Hand stamped bracelets, necklaces and rings made on Cape Cod. Choose from one of their popular sayings or customize your own to show off what means the most to you. Available in a variety of metals. $1 for every item sold is donated to charity.


508.982.4893 swirlsjewelry.com

Fine handcrafted jewelry inspired by a love of family, words, and the sea.


Scarabocchio Silversmiths

Better Together

508.398.8815 scarabocchio.net scarajewelry@gmail.com

508.360.6407 bettertogether.center bettertogether@strengthinnumbers.me

Scarabocchio translates to scribbles, doodles, and designs that flow into classic style. When creating original pieces, Lynn Abravanel and Patty LeGrand, are constantly experimenting with new techniques for their hand-wrought sterling silver jewelry. With their guiding theme as "Inspiration Reflected in Artistic Design'" they are influenced by the surrounding coastal beauty on Cape Cod.

A community resource for career-aged, females navigating stresses caused by breast cancer like menopause and chronic fatigue, not normally seen at a young age. Better Together focuses on survivorship with emphasis on relatable peer support and well being. They have also created a fun, high quality, feminine line of apparel, as well as beaded bracelets (Beads for Breasties) as a means of fundraising.


by Lindsay Holt & Jenn Nickerson 508.367.5963 washershore.com washershore@gmail.com

From Hardware Store to Wearable Fashion. Their products are made from washers that used to sit next to the nuts and bolts. They’ve made it their passion by creating unique, beautifully designed pieces that the people of Cape Cod would love to show off. Make a statement. Hardware it!

Cape Cod Baseball League



The premier amateur baseball league in the nation since 1885, the Cape League features a 44-game regularseason schedule and an action packed postseason, as well as a Cape League All-Star game. Each of the Cape League’s 10 franchise teams not only host games, but also camps and clinics, and are the breeding ground for many future Major League players.




Bear Claw Company


freehans@comcast.net 508.272.8752 Creating Cape Cod inspired kitchen and entertaining accessories since 2005.

Cabo Cado

cabocado.com vinnie@vincentarnone.com

After designing totes and koozies to share with his wedding guests, Vinnie Arnone created Cabo Cado, an homage to his beloved Cape & Islands; something sincere, whimsical and made in the USA. His product line now includes pillows, wine totes, clutches, bandanas, a flora & fauna field guide, and annual calendars.

Cape Camo


capecamo.com lauren@capecamo.co

Cape Camo is the newest and most unique apparel company on Cape Cod. Take a closer look at how their pattern is made completely of our beloved Cape! Leggings, sweatshirts, T-shirts and more...it's camouflage with a local twist. Visit them online to shop now and follow them to find them in local stores soon! #CANYOUSEAME

Cape Cod Cutlery

The Bear Claw Hand cleaner is the ULTIMATE hand cleaner. Made from 100% recycled material. All packaging done locally, including the manufacturing of all boxes and containers. The Bear Claw will remove glue, adhesives, tar, pine sap, automotive grease, grime, paint... and more! Non-toxic, safe for everybody.

Candles by Tarraza 508.737.1456 candlesbytarraza.com tarraza3@yahoo.com

Tarraza’s handmade 100% soy candles are made right here on Cape Cod with all natural ingredients. She uses hemp wicks and EVO dyes which are vegetable based coloring. They last significantly longer than most candles and she can customize your candle with your favorite color and scent. She can also fill that favorite container you have at home.

Cape Cod Cornhole

774.313.0073 capecodcornhole.com

Cape Cod Cornhole’s locally built boards are perfect for the beach, backyard fun, local shops and restaurants! All of their boards are built out of Marine Grade plywood! ​Perfect for the Cape Cod life.

Cape Cod Nail Co.

capecodcutlery.com fred@capecodcutlery.com

They make historical, hunting and kitchen knives right here on Cape Cod. Their goal is to make beautiful tools.

Cape Cod Home Remedies capecodhomeremedies.com info@capecodhomeremedies.com

Cape Cod Home Remedies is a beauty, health and wellness company that believes in the healing power of nature. They are driven to develop the highest quality product from the purest of ingredients to deliver the very best that nature has to offer. Pure-Organic-Simple.

Cape Cod Whale Company capecodwhalecompany.com sales@capecodwhalecompany.co

Unique charming handmade wooden whale signs in the shape of Cape Cod. They make a perfect addition to any indoor or outdoor area. What better reminder of one of the most beautiful places to live and vacation!



508.364.7617 thebearclawcompany.com seth@thebearclawcompany.com

774.521.6929 hello@capecodnailco.com capecodnailco.com

Mobile Nail Parties + 9 Free Polish. Specializing in groups and parties. Weddings, birthdays, corporate events, girls’ nights and more. Their polish is a long wear, quick dry, high shine formula free of the harsher chemicals found in your everyday brands. Cruelty free, vegan friendly polish made in the USA. Names and colors inspired by Cape Cod. Hand bottled with love!

The Cape Coop Farm 774.836.8125 thecapecoop.com

Handmade artisan soaps and beauty products made in small batches on a little Falmouth farm. Their soaps feature local ingredients like Cape Cod seawater, sea salt, local honey and more. Also visit their farm blog and social media pages for tips on small scale and backyard, sustainable farming!




508.737.6886 capehookdesigns.com info@capehookdesigns.com

chriskelleydesigns.com chriskelleydesigns@gmail.com

Cape Hook Designs was originally created as a clothing line called Tangled up in Blues in 2015 to bring a simple yet stylish design to people who love fishing or the sea. The brand has evolved into Cape Hook Designs for the consumer who loves Cape Cod or nautical inspired items from beach bags to bangles.


Chris Kelley, a custom woodworker and boat builder, incorporates the rich history of Cape Cod’s maritime past into all his creations, including his Black Scallop line of nautical home décor. Specializing in one of a kind items, Chris works closely with his customers to bring their dreams to reality.

Glass Girls

508.888.9267 glasstowngirls.com jlw1012@yahoo.com


etsy.com/shop/jennybdanza jennybdanza@gmail.com

DANZA is a collection of handrendered block prints and illustrations. Jenny strives to create unique pieces that combine simplicity and charismatic design. See what's new this season! Hyannis Shanties (51 & 180 Ocean St), 5/3 - 6/30. Drummer Boy Park, Brewster July 5,6,7. Orleans Cottages (21 Old Colony Way) 7/10 - 9/22.

Glass Girls is made up of two friends, located in Sandwich, who love to create etched and embellished framed glass art. They also do bottles, jars and recently added creations using recycled wooden windows. They love to customize a piece using any theme and/ or name. Their pieces are one-of-a-kind.

The Happy Lotus Candle

Golf Cape Cod Est. 1892 774.454.6543 golfcapecodest1892.com golfcapecod1@gmail.com

Golf Cape Cod makes handmade club covers that are embroidered on Cape Cod. With 41 Golf Courses on the Cape Golf is a major part of the Cape community. Custom work is available for tournaments, special events and even wedding gifts. Shop online or give them a call today.

The Happy Lotus Candles are allnatural soy candles made with love by a Cape Cod local. They're hand-poured with a smile + sprinkled with glitter to make you smile! They offer seasonal and standard scents, customized and branded candles, wedding and baby shower favors, bulk orders, wholesale, and a monthly subscription box.

Mother Turtle Herbals motherturtleherbals.com 508.274.3385

Little River Beeworks

508.292.3549 Littleriverbeeworks.com littleriverbeeworks@comcast.net

Pure Beeswax Candles, and Cape Cod Honey. Their beehives live on bogs worked by Cape Cod farmers for generations. Each candle has the sweet, natural fragrance of local wildflowers and cranberry blossoms. Color varies due to age of wax and contributions of tiny bee feet parading across its surface.


thehappylotus.com heather@thehappylotus.com

Mother Turtle Herbals specializes in handmade, organic, vegan herbal products. They handcraft botanical soaps & loofahs using safe, eco-friendly ingredients free from artificial dyes, preservatives, and harsh chemicals. Mother Turtle Herbals also offers a wide collection of handmade aromatherapy diffusing jewelry featuring lava stones, sea glass, wood and crystals.

SLYK Shades


slykshades.com josh@slykapparel.com

774.521.9022 seasouled.com seasouled@gmail.com

Seasouled creates hand painted wooden signs customizable to any occasion or décor. Each sign is crafted to be displayed indoors or outdoors and has a weathered, Cape Cod look. Great gift idea for a new home, bridal shower, wedding or anniversary. View their site for popular phrases.

SLYK Shades is a wooden eyewear and accessories brand founded on Cape Cod last summer. They are a mission-driven small business supporting reforestation and mental health in our communities. Each pair of shades is made with wooden frames, polarized lenses and feature engraved inspirational messages. Use code PLANTATREE for 15% off.



ONLINE PRODUCTS twigs and bones

Spray Away the EVERYTHING Cleaner & Stain Remover 508.398.7573 SprayAwayCleaner.com SprayAwayCleaner@gmail.com


Spray Away the EVERYTHING Cleaner And Stain Remover is a new non-toxic germ and mold killing EVERYTHING cleaner, stain remover, degreaser, laundry detergent and carpet shampoo booster in one. Also look for Spray Away Pet Products and Spray Away Auto Care & Protectant that are naturally based and work remarkably well to protect your pets and vehicles.

Beautiful, unique and functional. From butter soft bucket bags to leather earrings, all designs are handmade by artisan Florence Mauclere. With passion in every stitch, she uses long forgotten leather craftsmanship to create pieces made to last and look better with age. Custom pieces are available upon request.

Warm Delights Crafts

508.287.1255 warmdelightscrafts.com warmdelightscrafts@gmail.com

Vintage Picks by Jen vintagepicksbyjen@aol.com

Finding new homes for old things, to be loved again, each time rescuing a little bit of history! Selling online and at local pop up markets, also located at Gatherings by the Sea, Dennis and Scenic Roots Garden Center, Sandwich. Follow along on Instagram and Facebook!

Warm Delights Crafts hopes to fill the world with light, one candle at a time! Their handcrafted candles are made in small batches using high quality, all natural beeswax for a clean burning, air purifying experience. The variety of styles and scents are forever evolving and custom orders are welcome.

Washashore Bowties

508.744.3754 washashorebowties.com bowties@washashorebowties.com

Washashore Bowties handcrafts unique bow ties, pet products and other accessories. They are passionate about creating one of a kind products that capture the beauty of Cape Cod. Visit their website to become #TiedtotheCape! Use discount code CAPEMADE for 10% off your order!

XO Naturals

Natural fragrance as unique and natural as you are. Using the finest flower essences and botanicals available, they create personal fragrances that are uniquely you. All of their scents are hand blended in small batches and do not contain chemical or synthetic fragrance. Hey, is that you who smells so good?

SERVICES Cape Cod Henna

508.419.1224 washashoresoaps.com washashoresoaps@gmail.com

508.237.3299 capecodhenna178.vpweb.com capecodhenna@verizon.net

Get Henna! Temporary, natural, henna body art. Artist~made, safe henna lasts 10-14 days. Many design choices from $10-$30. Available for parties, functions and private appts. Find them at many Cape craft shows, and the Beach Shack in Dennisport on Friday Nights. Studio @ 377 Great Western Rd. Harwich

DJ Ian Lee


Green Road Refill is an earth friendly mobile store (Bettie Bus) dedicated to reducing Cape Cod’s plastic footprint! Inside this bus shop you can shop for many eco-conscious goodies and refill your bottles with over 30 plant based products from shampoo to dish soap. Follow the Green Road!



508.292.3197 www.djianlee.com ian@sinnetti.com

Green Road Refill

774.216.1409 greenroadrefill.com greenroadrefill@gmail.com



Wash Ashore Soaps & Sundries

Wash Ashore Soaps is a family run business specializing in creating beautiful, whimsical soaps and body products. They use local ingredients and specialize in collaborating for the perfect custom gift, party favor or product to represent your store. Visit their website to shop, and find their local retailers.


802.380.5038 twigsandbones.com maucleref@gmail.com

Special events, birthdays, anniversaries, and high school or college events, Ian has the skill to make it a special occasion to remember. He comes prepared with the music he might need from chart toppers and club anthems to rock 'n' roll classics and Funk floor fillers. What separates Ian from the rest is his skill to mix up the right music, host with personality and create a celebratory atmosphere.


SERVICES Shoreline Media Productions

508.280.3421 shorelinemediapro.com tom@shorelinemediapro.com

Shoreline Media Productions creates dynamic multimedia stories for all varieties of businesses and non-profit brands. Their team is led by Emmy Award winning Cape Cod cinematographer and producer Tom Chartrand, they put messages in motion, from singlecamera studio interviews to multi-camera, multi-crew commercial and corporate projects.

Starr Struck Design Studio

starrstruckdesignstudio.com marycatherine@starrstruckblog.com

Starr Struck Design studio specializes in helping small business owners, creatives, wellness professionals, and solopreneurs look and feel their best online + beyond. Their services include logo design, web design, print + digital marketing materials design, and more. They want you to shine! They also offer small business consulting and custom art services.













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The CapeMade Field Guide 2019  

THE handbook to the best of locally made, grown + crafted on Cape Cod, plus exploring + enjoying for locals and visitors alike!

The CapeMade Field Guide 2019  

THE handbook to the best of locally made, grown + crafted on Cape Cod, plus exploring + enjoying for locals and visitors alike!