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Eating In:  Most visitors bring provisions for their stay. There are a few places to get the necessities once you arrive.
The Island Market: Small, but well-stocked, offering variety of staple provisions, eggs, meats, fruits, vegetables, breads, sandwich fixings and limited deli service.
John Adams' Fresh Seafood: Lobster, scallops, fish, and ice.
Cuttyhunk Shellfish Farms: For more than 26 years, providing fresh Cuttyhunk Oysters® and clams. Floating shellfish Raw Bar in Cuttyhunk Pond; catering and dinners available.

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Eating Out:  Depending on the day of the week, there is generally a place open for each meal, season-dependent.
Breakfast:  Cuttyhunk Fishing Club serves until 11:00 a.m. during the season. Coffee and pastries are available on the dock at CTHK Café starting at 5am.
Lunch:  The Island Market deli. M/V Cuttyhunk chowder and sandwiches while in port. Additionally, the CTHK Cafe offers lunch and light dinners.
Dinner:  Sopranos Pizza nightly, and Cuttyhunk Shellfish Farms weekly lobster bake.

The Lobster Shack offers lobster and steamer dinners starting at 4pm.
Ice Cream:  There’s always room for an ice cream cone on the Fish Dock.

Shopping:  There are several shopping opportunities on-island that include:  The Corner Store, Sea Girl, Cuttyhunk Yacht Club Boutique, and The Island Market.


Sailing and sailing lessons:  from the Cuttyhunk Yacht Club for members: http://www.cuttyhunkyachtclub.org/


Beaches:  four beaches with varying views at Church’s, Barges, Jetty, and Channel.
Fishing:  charters for offshore, fly-fishing, striped bass, Surf casting available.

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