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Where to Eat on Cape Cod This Summer

The summer is almost upon us and soon, Bostonians will begin leaving our fair city for points more oceanic: Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, the Cape. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be rounding up the new restaurants in each destination. Today, we’ll take a look at mainland Cape Cod.

Back 9 Cafe is now open in Harwich’s Cranberry Valley Golf Course. The restaurant serves up simple American fare like pizzas and burgers in the day time, and upscale tapas at night. [Cape Cod Chronicle]

Lucky Dog Ptown recently opened at 293 Commercial Street, offering hot dogs, linguiça, and baked beans. Breads from Iggy’s feature prominently in the line up. [Grub Street]

• The much-loved Naked Oyster is moving to Hyannis’ Main Street and is expected to reopen in mid-June. [Barnstable Patriot]

PB Boulangerie Bistro is open in South Wellfleet. French expats Philippe Rispoli and Boris Villatte dish out classic French food and the breads are already winning raves. [Cape Cod Business]

Starfish opened this spring in Mashpee, offering a mindboggling selection of fresh seafood alongside a very nice wine list. [Grub Street]

Where to Eat on Cape Cod This Summer