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Cap'n Frosty's

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Cap'n Frosty's Review

A great stop after the beach, this barn-shaped seafood shack is where locals go to get their fried seafood. This modest joint has a regular menu supplemented by specials posted on the board and a counter where you order and take a number written on a french-fries box. The staff is young and hardworking, pumping out fresh fried clams and fish-and-chips on paper plates. All frying is done in heart-healthy canola oil, and rice pilaf is offered as a substitute for fries. There's seating inside as well as outside on a shady brick patio.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 219 Rte. 6A, Dennis Village, MA 02638 | Map It
  • Phone: 508/385–8548
  • Location: Dennis

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations not accepted.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed early Sept.–mid-Apr.
Updated: 12-23-2013

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    Good fried seafood

    This is a old timey local joint. The food was really good and thankfully someone in line told us that the fish sandwiches ($7.00 w no sides) were excellent. They really were. The onion rings ($3.50 enough for 2-3) were also great. My sister had a crab salad roll ($9 w fries and slaw) and it was good. We did have to wait in line a long time and also had to wait for a table. They need more chairs because there were empty tables but not enough chairs!! With all the restaurants around, we won't go back but if we were staying longer we would. Very good value for the cost if you are ok without a waiter to take your order and serve you.

    by bibbus, 8/22/08

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