Housed in a big red weathered building from 1750, this sophisticated bistro is a dependable choice for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The best seats are on the enclosed porch, where summer breezes come free. No surprise that the small but creative menu has a focus on seafood. There are those Wellfleet oysters, a seafood stew, and pan-fried sole. On the less expensive side, there are fish-and-chips and fried oysters, as well as burgers, including a veggie burger that is among the best around.