What is the menu like at Twenty-Eight Atlantic?

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Get ready for a feast from the sea when you dine at Twenty-Eight Atlantic. Chef James Hackney’s focus on farm-to-table fare is apparent on the menu, which features items sourced directly from Pleasant Bay and around Cape Cod. These bite-sizes dishes include Pleasant Bay oysters, yellow fin tuna, and paella with littleneck clams, mussels and baby octopus. There’s also grilled quail, farmer’s greens with pickled herbs and foie gras from the Hudson Valley region. Appetizers range from $10 to $25. The entrées here are a grand display of Atlantic halibut, grilled swordfish, striped bass and, of course, butter-braised lobster (a must-try when you’re on Cape Cod). For those who prefer something a little meatier, the menu at Twenty-Eight Atlantic also includes roasted chicken, lamb loin and beef tenderloin. Entrées range from $25 to $50. One thing to note: As the seasons change, so does the menu at Twenty-Eight Atlantic. You’ll always find fresh fish, herbs and vegetables on the menu; but depending on the time of year you’re there, the dishes might change to include heartier sides in the fall and summer vegetables during the spring and summer.

Mark J. Novota

The menu changes seasonally at Twenty-Eight Atlantic, with an emphasis on native seafood and fresh produce.

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