The shoulder season – that bridges the summer to winter months on Cape Cod – are known to be some of the best months on the Cape, free from traffic, the crowds, and blessed with beautiful autumn weather.
This is particularly true when you’re sitting out on the lawn at Barley Neck Inn, cocktail in hand, listening to music and waiting for some delicious bites to be hand delivered to your spot. Located in the charming town of Orleans, nestled among spectacular beaches and tranquil coves and harbors, The Barley Neck Inn is a small, independently owned restaurant located less than a mile from Nauset Beach. Featuring four intimate dining rooms that are housed in a 1868 Captain’s Home and an attached barn, The Barley Neck is renowned for their selection of top shelf cocktails and value priced wines, and a menu that is over flowing with classic Cape Cod fare.
Dirty Water Media’s Leah Clark takes you there.