Whether you are interested in visiting a winery, touring a cranberry bog, or sampling locally grown foods, Cape Cod is rich in its culinary pursuits.
Farmers’ markets selling local produce and seafood are sprinkled across the Cape. Fresh produce, herbs, eggs, lobsters, honey, baked good, jams, jellies, soaps, flowers and wreaths are among the may products for sale. Click here for a map of Cape Cod farms, farmers' markets and flower gardens!
Many Cape Cod restaurants specialize in offering the freshest seasonal local foods, purchased directly from our local growers. Cape Cod Winery, Truro Vineyards and Cape Cod Beer offer tours and tastings, and tours of the Cape Cod Potato Chip Factory draw over 250,000 visitors annually. The Barnstable Association for Recreational Shellfishing offers fun, educational classes on shellfishing and "Clamming for Kids." You can also pick your own strawberries, fresh produce or pumpkins at a local farm.
Download the Massachusetts Wine & Cheese Trails guide, your complete guide to wine & cheese trails and direct market daires across the state!
For a full directory of local food resources, visit the Edible Cape Cod website or the SEMAP website.
Find out more about the Buy Fresh Buy Local Cape Cod initiative!
Stories for Foodies from our Cape Cod Travel Guide
Taste Tour: Sampling Food and Culture across the Cape
Food & Fun: Blending Edibles with Excitement
Lunches Locals Love
Cape Cod Comfort Food
Culinary Event Highlights on Cape Cod
Osterville Chocolate Fest (February)
Restaurant Week Cape Cod (Spring and Fall)
Toast of Harwich (May)