Tis the season to be Jolly....and here on Cape Cod as the decorating is beginning for this holiday season, there is no shortage of great restaurants filled with eager friendly waitstaff ready to made your dining experience a happy stop. Today we decided to try a tavern with an inventive take on tavern cuisine and one look at the menu will surely show you the chef's talents. It's a small menu but offers sandwiches that are extremely extraordinary and thin crusted wood oven fired pizza with ingredients that you wouldn't have thought to combine, like Porky Fig with applewood bacon, fig jam, carmelized onions, baby arugula and pomegranate molasses. They also have a Pear and Brie Pizza with french double cream brie and pomegrante molasses as well as some typical choice with a bit of a twists. Their entrees are equally unique and inventive but so delicious. Their beer menu is two pages long and will leave you wanting to sample more as each blend adds a special compliment to your meal. My friend tried the clam chowder and truely enjoyed its creamy rich goodness. She also enjoyed the Seafood Risotto which included sea scallops, shrimp, lobster,mussels and parmesan risotto. She enjoyed the creamy risotto goodness of her dish but was hard pressed to find any lobster. My other friend decided on the North End Pizza with hot italian sausage, pepperoni, ricotta and fresh mozzarella all cooked in awesome smelling wood oven. I opted for the Fish and Chip with cod,home made fries and a kale/cabbage slaw. The fish had the rich pub batter and was sliced to resemble fingers, which made it all the more easy to dip in their special prepared tarter sauce. Their kale and cabbage was equally as good and was an inventive and tasteful take on the old standard cole slaw. Its a great palce to stop if you are tired of the same old pub menu and the food is delicious. The only thing missing was dessert. Thanks Tap City Grille!!!
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