- CAPE COD
- MARTHA’S VINEYARD
he Fireplace will warm you up inside and out. This surprisingly urbane suburban restaurant uses simple local ingredients in a unique way, like in the butternut squash bisque with blue cheese and pumpkin seeds, or the restaurant’s signature chicken dish—a rotisserie-roasted, maple-glazed chicken served, simply, with mashed potatoes. There are also gluten-free options. But the real secret is dessert: the pumpkin whoopie pie, infused with pumpkin seed brittle and cinnamon and served with a pomegranate sauce. You might as well skip right to it. Tebsherany
Owned and operated by a former financial services guy-turned-chef named Paul Solomon, who, on weekends, doubles as a Revolutionary War re-enactor, the Fireplace hosts fireside chats every other Saturday of every month, with a wine, beer, or liquor tasting presented by an expert speaker.
Sunday through Wednesday, 11 a.m. to midnight
Thursday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
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