Well, it's been a week since coming home and as this topic started almost two years ago, I wanted to post our food experiences in June, 2007. Contrary to a previous post, Dennisport is not a "culinary wasteland" (Uh, sir/ma'am, the entire cape is "touristy"). If you're in/near the area for breakfast, The Wee Packet is a must. It's on the corner of Depot St. and Lower County Road. They do Irish breakfasts (fantastic soda bread, brown bread, real Irish bangers) and serve the second best corned beef hash I've ever had (Carnegie Deli's is, by far, #1). At the end of Depot is an excellent restaurant on the water, Ocean House. Try the duck tacos appetizer (Yeah, I know it sounds weird but it was one of our four choices and the waiter recommended it blind after we asked the classic question..."If you were going to eat here only once in your life, which appetizer/dinner would you order?"). The best clam chowder of the week (it got an OMIGAWD!!) was in Barnstable, after going whale watching, in a restaurant called The Dolphin (recommended by one of the crew on the ship). An abundant amount of clams, slightly briny and I don't recall hardly a potato in the entire cup. We also had the panko crusted sole topped with baby shrimp for dinner. In Hyannis check a place in the marina called Skippy's around 4:00. Steamers come in daily around 3:00 and they were fantastic. We did go to Bubula's based on other recommendations in this board. The lobster roll was yummy and it was the most fun place at which we ate. If you want a Cape change of pace (read pub grub) go to Clancy's...again in Dennisport. There are two of them. Go to the one on Upper County Road though the one on Lower County Road has a better beer list. We had clam bellies in several places and I think I'm addicted...there wasn't a bad batch all week so I can't recommend a single place for them. Just order them whenever you can. All this said, our best dining experience of the week was during our day trip to Nantucket. Don't bother with any of the food around and near the ferries as good as the places might be. I highly recommend the Brandt Point Grill as it was the culinary high point of the week, even though it was only lunch. It's a restaurant tucked inside a hotel/inn, White Elephant. Impeccable, flawless service; tables under a canopy right off the marina at it's furthest point from the ferry terminals...and the food. Our meal...grilled tuna burger cooked rare (YUM!), lobster BLT on challah and the best onion rings either of us have ever had. We can't imagine what dinner would be like. Also, the BPG had the added benefit of pulling us into a neighborhood a little off the beaten path which turned into a fun walk through time as most of the homes are protected landmarks. An all around great time. Well, those were the highlights of the trip. There are culinary adventures to be had east of the outer Cape.