In any list of the best Cape restaurants, the Bramble is always at or near the top. The executive chef, Ruth Manchester, works with the seasons and local produce to create wonderful and creative meals. You might see an appetizer of Provincetown mussels with Portuguese sausage and banana pepper rings, or as a main course, Chatham jumbo sea scallops served over shiitake and crimini mushroom risotto. There is also a traditional four-course dinner menu. At the Bayside Bar, you can get small plates ($9–$15), as a way to get a hint of the lavish menu. Before 6pm, there’s also an à la carte menu and cocktail-hour menu with less expensive choices available.