For this Cape Restaurant Review, we recently had a special dinner at the Flying Bridge.
Lots of folks were there celebrating Mother’s Day and so were we. The Flying Bridge combines a New England cosmopolitan atmosphere with a dock side cafe. The sun was out, the weather was good so we thought it would be fun to sit at their bar, enjoy dinner and the views of the harbor.
The menu features a range of old seafood favorites (Cod, Shrimp Scampi, Steamers,…) and delightful new ones (Lobster Ravioli, Lobster Quesadilla,..).
We dine at the Flying Bridge many times each year. For the special occasion we both had lobster ravioli. It was great. The ravioli was beautifully presented in a bowl of ravioli prepared with leeks, arugula and Roma tomatoes in a cream sauce. Each dish included the meat from half a lobster tail.
Other favorites on the menu include their onion rings, baked stuffed shrimp and baked scallops.
Our bartender for the evening was Chris. He was ready when we arrived with a glass of Bill’s favorite chardonnay, good conversation and a great smile.
The Flying Bridge is located on Falmouth Harbor with fantastic views of the boats at the docks. The second floor, a popular spot for wedding receptions, features even better views of boats moored in the harbor.
As always, we are happy to make a reservation for you or for more information on this Cape Cod Restaurant:
220 Scranton Avenue
Falmouth, MA 02540
After a delightful evening at the Flying Bridge spend your night at the Palmer House. While all of our rooms have their own relaxing and romantic charm we recommend theTheodore Roosevelt room for its charm, mahogany canopy bed and Jacuzzi-style tub; and the Henry James Penthouse for its elegance, plush pillows and Jacuzzi-style tub.