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Cape Cod Rail Trail

Fall 2017, Extension to Yarmouth

Yarmouth’s extensive network of cycling paths and roadways has been supplemented by the Rail Trail extension. This section can be cycled presently by parking at the lot west of the intersection of Old Townhouse and West Yarmouth Roads and continuing south on Forest Road to Long Pond Road.


Cape Cod Inflatable Park Expansion

2018 Season

West Yarmouth, MA

Cape Cod Inflatable park plans to expand on an adjacent 1½-acre property purchased by Park owner Joseph Maramma. The plan is to demolish the existing building and use 35,000 square feet to expand the water features of the Route 28 Park. Planned is a “lazy river”-style attraction plus some features for adults. The construction will be started in September and the new space should be open in time for the 2018 season.


The Drunken Seal

Spring 2018, Sandwich

Energetic and visionary Christopher Wilson, owner of the popular Belfry Inn & Bistro, the Next Door Burger Bar, and Gallery on Jarves, has reincarnated the former Horizons on the Bay restaurant property.


The Buffalo Jump

Spring 2018, East Falmouth

As announced last summer, Brandon Baltzley and Laura Higgins-Baltzley have made the Buffalo Jump pop-up permanent, taking over food operations at Coonamessett Farm in East Falmouth with a daytime cafe and multi-course fine dining several nights a week.


Soprano’s Casino by the Sea

Spring 2018, Falmouth, MA

This sibling to Soprano’s Ristorante, an Italian restaurant in Mashpee, is open year-round in the former Casino Wharf FX space on the water.


Naukabout Brewery & Taproom

Spring 2018, Mashpee

Years in the making, the Naukabout Brewery & Taproom is finally open and pouring beers. Located on an iconic property that once housed The Flume Restaurant at 13 Lake Avenue in Mashpee, the brewery is just 10 miles from the Sagamore Bridge and has views of both Lake Mashpee/Wakeby and the Mashpee River.


Ten Pin Eatery

Spring 2018, Hyannis

Ten Pin Eatery has officially open its doors for dining, play, and all things fun! Ten Pin Eatery is a joint venture between two long-time Cape Cod businesses – Chapin’s Restaurant Group and Ryan’s. It features a 300-seat restaurant and bar area, more than twenty TVs and several large projection screens, 8 lanes of ‘Ten Pin’ bowling, 3 additional private bowling lanes, a Cape Cod-themed laser tag arena, an arcade area and a VIP lounge for special events.


Epic Oyster

Spring 2018, North Falmouth

Nestled in a beautifully renovated railroad car in North Falmouth, the tiny Epic Oyster makes exquisitely good use of every inch. Sarah and Marc Warner, opened Epic Oyster, a raw bar and dinner restaurant that is all locals could have hoped for: excellent food, attentive wait staff, and owners who roll up their sleeves and dedicate themselves to details.


The Coonamessett

May 2018, Falmouth

Following a renovation, this Cape Cod inn balances an updated feel with an authentic Cape experience in the heart of Falmouth, MA. With the style and comfort of a modern coastal home, The Coonamessett offers a perfectly relaxed jumping off point to explore the Cape by bike, catch a ferry to the islands, or just retreat to your private sitting room for a moment of calm. The spectacular gardens and elegant, airy, event and dining rooms at this Cape Cod inn create a uniquely beautiful backdrop for joyous celebrations with friends and family, while the handsome Eli’s Tavern offers fine dining daily. In all seasons, The Coonamesset is a destination for a taste of life on the Cape.



New Charter Airline on Martha’s Vineyard

Air carrier, Jannus Air, will operate seasonally out the Martha’s Vineyard Airport making travel throughout New England and the Northeast quick, efficient and affordable. Airline and flight features include:


The Cardboard Box

May 2018, Oak Bluffs

Red Cat owner Ben deForest’s Cardboard Box opened in May 2018. The restaurant has elements of steakhouse culture and is both farm-to-table and “sea-to-table” highlighting the best of New England cuisine.