Sea Crest Beach Hotel, a Cape Cod summer escape for generations of travelers for over 50 years, is keeping traditions alive with the return of its third annual Old Silver Beach Shore Dinner Series. The quintessential beach hotel will also debut a new toes-in-the-sand dining experience, Jamaican BBQ Nights, for guests looking for a Caribbean-inspired night out. Both weekly events will feature the Cape’s freshest finds prepared by Executive Chef Glenn MacNayr.
July 6 will kick off the beloved Shore Dinner Series where hotel guests and local residents alike can dig into traditional Cape favorites every Tuesday night at 6 p.m. through Sept. 6. Priced at $65 per person, the Shore Dinner includes: a 1 ½ pound Maine lobster; ½ pound of local steamer clams; ½ pound of East Coast mussels; Chorizo sausage; and native sweet corn on the cob with poached baby potatoes served with drawn butter, lemon and hot sauce. For $45 per person and $25 for children ages 12 and under, the meal includes a menu option without lobster and shellfish and features fresh-baked corn bread, Cape clam chowder, Angus burgers and jumbo beef hot dogs with all the fixings, garden salads and BBQ-roasted free-range chicken. Sliced summer fruit platters and warm just-baked cookies will follow the meal, and iced tea and lemonade will be served throughout the evening. Guests can end the experience by watching the most spectacular sunset on Cape Cod. A full bar is available at an additional cost. Prices include tax and gratuity. Reservations are required and include a full-day parking pass. Reservations are available at Shore Dinner Tickets online, by calling 508-356-2111 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer social calendars will be filled for Thursday nights as well with the debut of Jamaican Night on Old Silver Beach. Every Thursday from July 7 through August 25, guests can dive into a unique dining experience featuring a Jamaican-inspired buffet accompanied by Caribbean-themed live music. Priced at $35 per person and $18 for children ages 12 and under, the buffet selections will include Jamaica’s national dish of ackee and saltfish, as well as island slaw, jerk chicken, jerk pork and traditional red beans and rice. Ice-cold tropical fruit punch and ginger beer will be available, and delicious fried plantains, banana pudding and sweet potato pudding will be available for dessert. A full bar will be available at an additional cost. Prices include tax, gratuity and a full-day parking pass. Reservations are required. Visit Jamaican Night Tickets online or call 508-540-9400 to make reservations.