Thanks, Mike. I'll get a link to this thread to my son.
No problem at all, Dave! Believe me, it was my pleasure! Hell, I'm the one who got to eat all the food, haha
All kinds of "YES" to that lobster roll - He'll be all over those fish tacos for sure!
I don't blame him, haha! They were absolutely fantastic at both places. If I absolutely HAD TO give one an edge over the other, I'd give it to the Cajun Swordfish tacos at PJ's. That'd be really tough to decide on though; one was grilled, the other fried
Also, he's gonna pass 1,000 different places with a "Best Lobster Roll on the Cape" sign out front
But, I'm tellin' ya, the best ones are at Sesuit Harbor Cafe in Dennis
"The Red Barn Pizza & More" This is supposed to be THE place to get pizza in Cape Cod. I know I DID eat there back in about '04, but honestly don't remember that much about it. The locals love this place though.http://www.theredbarnpizza.com/
"Lost Dog Pub" (never been there, but heard it's good)https://www.lostdogpubs.com/
RE: Red Barn. Went there for dinner last night with the kids (12, 7, and 5) and another couple with their son (6). The food's definitely not all it's cracked up to be. So much cheese on the pizza that it was WAY too much. To the point where you had to eat half of it with a fork because it was literally piled so high that it was falling off the sides of the slices. Very, very oily too. I might be being over critical about this since I live so close to New Haven, CT pizza though
RE: Lost Dog Pub. Went there for lunch today; first time I'd been there. GREAT pub grub! Right on the main drag in downtown Orleans. Can't miss it
Appetizer I got
My Main course for lunch (House favorite)
Dipped in the French Onion au jus
The only town up here I really know is Orleans. I used to frame houses for my uncle, and he bought a lot and built a house up here (in Orleans) back in 2003 that he owns and rents out to vacationers in the Summertime. The following year, he and my stepfather bought another lot (again in Orleans), built a spec house and sold it. My uncle was smart enough to build them in the Winter, because he knew that our crew would probably have had a hard time getting to work the next day if it was Summertime while we were up here. We'd be at the bar all night, every night, "chasing tail" hahaha
He made us come up here from Dec-Feb, both times
This place is like a ghost town at that time of year. Not to mention the fact that I was only 22-23 and fresh out of the Marines back then
Any idea what town(s) your son's staying in? And congrats!