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Where should late 20-somethings stay in the cape?

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Where should late 20-somethings stay in the cape?

Two of us ladies are headed to the cape next week for a Tuesday and Wednesday night stay. Where should late 20-somethings stay in the cape? Would it be worth it for us to do a night on Nantucket or Martha's Vineyard as well, or just a day trip? Any recommendations for fun (good restaurant and bar scenes) towns to stay in would be so helpful! Thanks!

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1. Re: Where should late 20-somethings stay in the cape?

We don't segregate by age.

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2. Re: Where should late 20-somethings stay in the cape?

If you are on Facebook, check out the Cape Cod After Dark page. Here are some places that might appeal to you - Hyannis, Dennis, Orleans, Provincetown & Falmouth. If you stay in Falmouth, a daytrip to the Vineyard is an easy ferry ride away.

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3. Re: Where should late 20-somethings stay in the cape?

If you are going to be in Hyannis on Tuesday night then drop into the sophisticated martini bar and restaurant that is Embargo on Main St. That's half price tapas night. If you like PEI mussels at all then order those and you'll get a nice sized bowl of them for just $4. You'll enjoy other tapas too but don't expect the wine, beer or martini's to be cut rate too. After you fuel up there's music up and down the street. Just pop in and out.

The next night see if you can get into www.thebeachcomber.com in Wellfleet. OR you can just go to the beach there during the day and enjoy their beachside restaurant on top of the big dune at Cahoon Hollow. Try to arrive before noon to get a spot in the restaurant parking lot. You'll pay $15 to park but you can use that voucher for food in the restaurant. This is a really fun, casual place which you should enjoy except that I'm not sure how you'll get home if you go at night unless you have a designated driver. Have fun. Be safe.

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4. Re: Where should late 20-somethings stay in the cape?

Thanks for all the info kendrick and CapeCodCharlie! Very helpful!!!

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5. Re: Where should late 20-somethings stay in the cape?

In Dennis, Harvest Wine Bar and Gallery has music..as does Summer Stock..two lively fun bars. Believe it or not the Woodshed is still happening after all these years..in Brewster...

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6. Re: Where should late 20-somethings stay in the cape?

I'm offended that you didn't thank me also. :) Seriously, you got about 5 suggestions which if they were the only places to go would tip the cape on its side cause everyone would be there.

Please take some time to look at the lodging and restaurant pages. While Ptown was mentioned in passing, no one gave a specific recommendation and it is the most hopping town on the Cape by many opinions followed by Hyannis which also has bar after bar down and around main street.

No one answered the question about MV or ACK. Depending on where you are staying it is MHO that a day trip does not make sense but it certainly can be done. there is so much to do/see on CC that it isn't necessary to go to the Islands but that is up to you.

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