- CAPE COD
- MARTHA’S VINEYARD
f you suffer from withdrawal from baseball season, the busy season, or both, there’s a warm place where you can spend your winters. The Hot Stove Saloon is a cozy shrine to the national pastime, with historic photos and memorabilia honoring everyone from town teams to the Red Sox, and even—look closely—a logo that’s a catcher in his crouch. There are burgers, pizzas, and even a sausage on a sub roll to help you through the months till spring. Of course, you can hang out here in the summer, too, and watch the games live, rather than on ESPN Classics, or just grab an outside table for a quick bite on your way to watch a Cape League game.
Harwich is the birthplace of the cranberry industry, whose first commercial operation opened here in 1846.
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