Cape Cod makes a dozen on Yankee Magazine's 2013 "Editors' Choice" List

Plus three more in the “Top 20 Events” list
A dozen Cape Cod establishments on the 2013 Editor's Choice list

Yankee Magazine names a dozen Cape Cod establishments on 2013 "Editors' Choice" list

See the Cape Cod establishments on the list below

Yankee Magazine’s Travel Guide to New England, on newsstands April 23, has announced this year’s “Best of New England — Editors’ Choice” winners. This designation is awarded by Yankee’s editors and contributors, who name select restaurants, lodgings, and attractions in New England to the exclusive list. 317 awards were given this year including a dozen on Cape Cod..

This special issue also names 20 top events in Massachusetts, for a total of 120 events across New England with three of them also on Cape Cod. For 37 years, Yankee’s Travel Guide has been the most widely distributed and best-selling guide to the six-state region, providing readers with a comprehensive vacation-planning tool and daily reference.

“Every one of the 300-plus places we highlight contains an untold back story about someone striving for perfection, having a dream, and having the vision to make a difference, whether it’s a small artisan’s studio or a lobster-in-the-rough shack or a dressed-up steakhouse on a tree-lined Boston street,” says Yankee’s editor Mel Allen. “While it may be hard to create a business, the true challenge is in making it work, being good enough that it endures and brings people back. Those are the qualities we look for and reward when we say ‘Best of New England.’”

Here are the twelve "Choice" ones on Cape Cod:

  • Black Cat Tavern—Best Giant Lobster Roll, Hyannis
  • Cape Cod Baseball League—Best Pure Baseball, West Yarmouth
  • Cape Cod Beach Chair Company—Best Modern Beach Chair, Harwich
  • Cape Playhouse—Best Vintage Summer Theatre, Dennis Village
  • Inn on Onset Bay—Best Victorian Beachside Inn, Onset
  • Lamb & Lion Inn—Best Pet-Friendly Lodging, Barnstable
  • Marconi Beach BBQ & Seafood—Best Fried Chicken, South Wellfleet
  • Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge—Best Shoreline Birding, Chatham
  • Nor'east Beer Garden—Best Outdoor Beer Bistro, Provincetown
  • Provincetown Art Association & Museum—Best Cape Cod Art, Provincetown
  • Sage Inn—Best Outer-Cape Oasis, Provincetown
  • Woods Hole Science Aquarium—Best Aquarium Touch Tank, Woods Hole

Cape also places three on the “Top 20 Events” in Massachusetts

  • Bass River Arts & Craft Festival. Over 150 juried craftsmen display their beautiful American-made works at John Simpkins Field. Enjoy sampling specialty food items, watching craft demonstrations, and listening to live musical entertainment.
  • Barnstable County Fair. A Cape Cod tradition now in its 169th year, the fair is great for families: animal shows and a petting zoo, 4-H demonstrations, horticulture displays, live music, arts and crafts, a whirlwind of fun foods, and the thrill of midway amusement rides.
  • 58th Antiques Show & Sale. Beautifully displayed items fill Chatham Elementary School for a don’t-miss antiques show featuring American and European furniture and accessories, fine art, porcelain, period ceramics, silver, jewelry, and more.

Yankee Magazine was founded in 1935 and is based in Dublin, New Hampshire. It is the only magazine devoted to New England through its coverage of travel, home, food, and feature stories. With an average circulation of 317,000 and a total audience of 1.7 million readers, it is published by Yankee Publishing Incorporated (YPI), a family-owned, independent magazine publisher. YPI also owns the nation’s oldest continuously produced periodical, The Old Farmer’s Almanac, and McLean Communications.

Here's a link to the "Editor's Choice" story.

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