Preparing and serving the freshest and most delicious seafood is our passion at Captain Scott’s Restaurant in Sandwich, MA.
Our team knows how to prepare the finest local and imported seafood, guaranteeing you a meal that you will never forget.
Are you craving some fresh local seafood, crab cakes, lobster, whole belly fried clams, or stuffed haddock? We have everything you need to fulfill your cravings! Start off with a nice warm bowl of traditional style New England clam chowder or a fresh house made stuffed Quahog.
Looking for a healthy lighter menu option? How about a Greek salad with a nice piece of grilled salmon! Don't want to wrestle with claws or tails? Try our Lobster Roll.
Having a day where you need some good old comfort food, fried chicken or New England style pot roast? Got it! We also offer Gluten Free options-just ask your server!
Captain Scotts has been at its Tupper Rd location in Sandwich for over 50 years. In 1989 the Gossios family took over the fried seafood establishment, and immediately began the transformation into a restaurant that only uses the freshest seafood available.
In 2015 the family completely renovated the restaurant, creating a warm, fresh, inviting space, and the new outdoor patio quickly became an instant favorite for open air dining. The family’s insistence on unparalleled service, coupled with their attention to the latest culinary trends, deep respect for classic dishes, and love of Mediterranean flavors, has created one of Cape Cod’s most popular dining experiences.
Take the time to make the most out of your lunch break. We offer the finest lunch entrees for those that truly appreciate fresh seafood. For parties with people that prefer meat or vegetarian options, we have a range of burgers and salads that are sure to please!
Please inform your server if anyone in your party has a food allergy before placing your order. Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of food borne illness, especially if you have certain medical condition