David Noble and Jen Villa have purchased the Nor'Easter and will reopen the 20 Scudder Ave. restaurant as The West End in June. Noble is the owner of emBargo, a Main Street bar and tapas restaurant; Villa is
Freddie and Maryna Chavez, who own and operate the Food Port International Market at Main and Ocean streets, launched the Ocean Street Café, "a local deli with a European twist," on Feb. 18.
5 out of the 13 are on Cape Cod!
Before supermarkets and sprawling malls, a town’s main street was the center of community life and business. Massachusetts is lucky to still have plenty of bustling, beautiful main streets that ooze old-fashioned charm. Check out these main streets across the state that are packed with places to shop, eat and people-watch!
Although most seafood shacks and T-shirt shops are shuttered, businesses that remain open are warmly inviting, and it’s easy to get a table at buzzy restaurants like Fishermen’s View in Sandwich. The folks at the Kandy Korner, a summertime classic in Hyannis, will sell you some house-made fudge or a bag of turtles, although the ice cream counter is closed. Grab a seat at the bar at Tap City Grille in Hyannis, and you will absolutely get pulled into a conversation with another patron (best to avoid politics and stick to sports!) There’s a sense of camaraderie that just doesn’t happen in July. This spit of land feels like a small town when Old Man Winter blows into town.
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