Cotuit gave us some great Cape Cod Baseball Memories with the Kettlers and a delicious find when I ventured off the beaten path to The Kettle Ho Restaurant and Tavern on 12 School Street in Cotuit. It was a beautiful warm summer day around 4pm when my friend Sue and I were looking for a restaurant that we had not yet tried. We arrived as they were just opening for the night, so the kitchen was busy as they were preparing for an evening of fresh delicious entrees. It's basically a tavern atmosphere with lots of locals and a friendly young waitstafff eager to make your dining experience a pleasant one. The menu is small with basic burgers and sandwiches including a grilled cheese.While the Land and Sea Entrees include Bbq Ribs, Seafood Platter, Shrimp Scampi, Baked Seafood and Baked Chicken just to name a few.We started our meal with a cup of Clam Chowder which was rich and flavorful with sweet bite size pieces of clams and a savory flavor. The Stuffed Quahog was flavorful with a seafood freshness and a not overly seasoned seafood bread stuffing. I tried the Baked Stuffed Sea Scallops which was perfectly cooked with a simple but flavorful bread crumb topping and freshed whipped creamy mashed potatoes and a side salad. Sue ordered the Baked Stuffed Seafood Casserole with delicious pieces of shrimp, sea scallops and fresh haddock with a side of rice pilaf and fresh steamed green beans. The cooking is simple Cape Cod cooking but detailed with fresh goosdness paired with a friendly staff. Its open year round and worth a trip.