Falmouth’s longest-standing restaurant still run by the same family, Landfall brings to mind old Cape Cod. Buoys, lobster pots, oars, and other flotsam and jetsam hang from the rafters; the huge Gothic window came out of a library, and the stained glass window came from a mansion on nearby Penzance Point. This place is right on the water—boaters can pull up to the dock and have drinks on the small pier, watching ferries come and go while feet dangle just above the waters of Great Harbor. It’s no surprise that fish is the focus, with lobsters, swordfish, clams, scallops, and seasonal finfish. The seafood can be ordered fried, broiled, or grilled.