Order prepared lobster, steamers, scallops, shrimp etc… from the Breakwater Fish House and bring back to the cottage for a seafood feast! Brewster is also home to several clam shacks, stone oven pizza and the delicious Brewster Bun!
No trip to Brewster would be complete without stopping at Cobie’s Clam Shack. Cobie’s vintage roadside clam shack has been a tradition on the Cape since 1948. Touted as some of the best fried seafood and ice cream on the entire Cape!
The Brewster Coffee Shop serves traditional breakfasts at a very reasonable price and its just a short walk from the cottage! Looking for a more upscale dine in experience, try the Brewster Fish House. Located in an unassuming traditional Cape cottage, just up the street, it gets rave reviews on many dining experience apps.
Rainy days in Brewster are great for exploring all the unique shops in the various towns and along 6A. Some of our favorites include: The Brewster Book Store, Lemon Tree Village, The Brewster Store, Snows, Nauset Surf Shop and The Christmas Tree Shop. A trip to Provincetown should also be on your must do list-great restaurants as well as many unique shops and art galleries.