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Hi! Getting ready for our trip to the Cape in a few weeks. Can't wait. I've lived in New England all my life, but have never been to the Cape. Why? Beats me! I think it was all the horror stories about the drive. Well, my son is all grown up & staying home, so now that we don't have to worry about a little kid moaning "Are we there yet?" every five minutes, we are ready to go, long drive be damned!

Sorry to post yet another question about restaurants, but from what I have seen, most of the restaurant topics are asking for opinions on "the best" fried clams. My DH & I are not fried food eaters, so we are looking for lighter, healthier fare. We're staying in the Truro area, so P-town & Wellfleet are easy access, but we are willing to travel a bit for really good food. Don't get me wrong, we're not above having something really rich and decadent, we just don't care for fried foods.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions you can send my way.

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