Another trip to the Cape found us at Sagamore Inn for a dinner before heading home. My first experience of clams on the Cape, was a couple years ago, on the way to P-Town. It was not a good experience. The first one was full of sand -- not a good thing. I tried another, just in case - just as bad. My friend finished them, and I quivered at every crunch.
This year a restaurant we stopped at said on their menu, they could not guarantee "no sand in the clams". I had never seen that on a menu and feared it must mean a good possibility of, you guessed it, sand in the clams!
Back to the Sagamore Inn... My dinner consisted of fried clams and shrimp. Although there were many more clams than shrimp, they were all delicious.
My friend ordered the lobster ravioli special that included the ravioli, chunks of lobster, and scallops covered in a light Alfredo sauce. Very delicious! Both meals were much too much for us to eat in one sitting and we both took home doggy bags. Our next trip to the Cape will include dinner at the Sagamore Inn.
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