Falmouth Restaurant RowAdd to My Luxx Living
The Luxx Concierge provides a tour of restaurants in Falmouth for your convenience.
Please contact us with your requests and recommendations to enhance Falmouth Restaurant Row.
La Cucina Sul Mare
237 Main Street, Falmouth, 02540
Open year round from 11:30 am to 2 pm and 5 pm to 10 pm
Located between Elm Arch Way and Walker Street
Chef and owner Mark Cilfone offers classic Northern Italian dishes and Mediterranean specialties including lasagna al forno, braised lamb shanks, osso buco, lobster fra diavolo, zuppa de pesce, rigatoni a la vodka and veal piccata in a warmly decorated dining room featuring murals, tin ceilings and picture windows overlooking Main Street.
For your convenience: Mid-range prices; take out available; dress is casual; credit cards; outdoor patio; indoor bar
Osteria La Civetta
133 Main Street Falmouth, Ma 02540
Open every day for lunch from noon to 3 and dinner from 4:30 to 10 pm.
This 80-seat restaurant on Main Street across from the Post Office features the Bolognese cuisine of chefs Fabio Pozzati and Massimiliano Zarotti and incorporates and locally sourced produce, meat and seafood. Pastas are hand-made daily using imported flour and organic free-range eggs. Their Ragu’ Bolognese simmers all day over low flame.
The Glass Onion
37 North Main Street Falmouth, MA 02540
Seating is first come, first serve
Limited reservations for parties of six or more
Zagat says this of The Glass Onion: At this “warm and inviting” “choice for a special night out” in a “quiet corner of Falmouth”, the “imaginative, well-executed” New American dishes “made with local ingredients” come at a “higher price than at ‘everyday’ restaurants – but are worth every penny”; just “go early”, as it can get “busy even on a winter night”, and the “pleasant” staff doesn’t take reservations (“why?”).
The Coonamessett Inn
311 Gifford Street, Falmouth, MA. 02540
The dining room at the Inn is an elegant setting, both inside and outside, to enjoy lunch, dinner and brunches. The chef focuses on seasonal ingredients for a diverse menu that ranges from seafood stew to Asian stir fry. Vegetarians can enjoy selections ranging from asparagus fries to a Mediterranean plate. The formal Cahoon dining room is decorated with Ralph Cahoon’s whimsical paintings of mermaids and not air balloons. Eli’s Lounge, with high-back leather chairs in a casual atmosphere offers a menu for lunch and dinner.
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