Coolest Cape Cod Bar
While visiting Cape Cod, you simply have to visit The Belfry Inne and Bistro at The Abbey. Once you've seen the outside of this beautiful and stately landmark, you immediately know that there is something very special about this magnificent piece of architecture. The Belfry Inne and Bistro is located in the most beautiful part of Cape Cod in the historical sleepy town of Sandwich Village. It is recognized by Opentable as one of the top ten fine dining restaurants in New England. It is a luxurious bed and breakfast inn that forever will be held close to the hearts of each and every guest. This grandeur landmark was previously a Catholic church lovingly restored by the proprietor, Christopher Wilson, who preserved and restored nearly every piece of the architecture during the renovation. Looking at the unique bar, you notice it is made out of the pews taken from the church. How unusual and neat is that? Behind the bar, you will see the gorgeous confessional which houses an impressive collection of wine and spirits. Simply elegant but with a twist. The bistro is on the first floor and when you enter the establishment, the atmosphere is ever so elegant with a touch of coziness. It's warm and inviting and the palatial colors chosen throughout make you feel ever so calm and serene. There is a small and intimate fireplace bar and while you are being seated, you will notice each table has it's own stated elegance adorned with crisp white linen tablecloths and napkins. But it gets better! During dinner, the piano bar offers a smooth and gentle ambience to gently sway the patrons and if the evening is cool, you are lucky enough to enjoy a warm and cozy fire which only adds to the tranquility of your visit. Again, simply elegant but with a twist. The Belfry Inne and Bistro is simply elegant but with a twist...the twist? The twist is this: A lovingly restored architectural landmark that commands attention to those patrons who bless this location. The style and sophistication of The Belfry Inne and Bistro caters to an array of clientele, but the difference is the non-pretentious sans upper-crust mentality which just doesn't exist here. To put it bluntly, The Belfry Inne and Bistro is exceptionally 'user friendly.'