The outer cape has so many restaurants that are packed with diners eating fried clams and lobster rolls that it is hard to associate summer with veal parmigiana. However after driving past Bocce on rt 6 (it's name last year was Rino's) my wife and I decided to break the trend and try some Italian food. Perhaps because my expectations were so low, I was shocked about how good our food was. The restaurant divides the menu into 2: a traditional Italian section and a more upscale selection.
We both chose from the traditional side and loved it. The pasta is homemade and the veal was as tender as it could be.
It is a shame that the owners don't plan being open all year round because I fantasize more about eating heaps of steaming pasta in January that in July, but I will definitely come back before the summer ends.
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