Brought to you by the Barry family, that same crew that has the insanely popular Moby Dick’s clam shack out on Route 6, Winslow’s is a fancier option in the center of town. It’s in an 1805 captain’s house and former governor’s mansion. Tables set out on the sloping lawn are the ideal places to sit on a pleasant summer day or night. The perfect appetizer would have to be Wellfleet oysters; they have them six ways. The beet salad is heaven. As for main courses, fish is a specialty, but there’s also a very sophisticated crisp lamb belly dish with beluga lentils and pickled mustard.