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Best Onion Rings on the Cape and Islands

Looking for the best onion rings on the Cape and Islands? Here is a list of some of our favorites! Did we miss any? Leave a comment below!

  • Nancy's Restaurant & Snack Bar MV - family owned and operated since 1960, Nancy's is located on Oak Bluffs Harbor with magical views from sunrise to sunset. Treat yourself to an overflowing basket of onion rings from the snack bar while sipping on a legendary Dirty Banana. This pairing a rite of passage to a Cape Cod summer.

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  • Flying Bridge (Falmouth) - located on Falmouth Harbor, watch boats cruise in and out in an electric atmosphere during the day, turned romantic at night. Their mission is simple: serve delicious food that will make you want to return week after week. Flying Bridge is known for their overwhelming, yet dream worthy signature stack of onion rings that will (surprisingly) leave you wanting even more!

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  • Arnold's Restaurant (Eastham) - open for both lunch and dinner, Arnold's Restaurant menu offers endless option! They are known as an onion ring destination. Stop by for a large stack of fried onion rings to pair perfectly with any meal, or enjoy the stack by themselves!

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  • Chatham Pier Fish Market (Chatham) - Chatham Pier Fish Market has one of the best views in town! Enjoy your onion rings at the easternmost point in Massachusetts. Pull up with your car or boat and get an order of onion rings to go for the perfect beach day. You can also enjoy them sitting at the market while watching the fisherman unload the day's catch.

    Photo by @chathampierfishmarket

    • Tugboats (West Yarmouth) - overlooking all of Hyannis Harbor, stop by Tugboats to experience their newly-renovated decks, dining areas, and bars! Their onion rings are a must try and elevate any meal meal at Tugboats. 

    Photo by @tugboats_hyannis

    • Sesuit Harbor Cafe (Dennis) - overlooking the Northside Marina and Cape Cod Bay, Sesuit Harbor Cafe is a classic Cape Cod clam shack with beautiful outdoor seating options. Stop by to taste their mouthwatering flakey onion rings paired with one of the best lobster rolls on Cape Cod! Keep in mind it's cash only and BYOB.

    Photo by @christinajvalle

    • Kream 'N Kone (West Dennis) - in 1953 Kream 'N Kone was a small stand serving ice cream, hot dogs, and hamburgers. Soon after fried seafood was added to the menu and they have not only been known as the place to go for great fried seafood, but also for great onion rings. Their philosophy is: buy and serve fresh and top-quality seafood. Don't miss out on their flavorful, crispy onion rings this summer!

    Photo by @karenskinderedspirit

    • Skipper Chowder House (South Yarmouth) - established in 1936, Skipper Chowder House is one of Cape Cod's oldest waterfront restaurants with pristine views of Nantucket Sound. Their chefs work hard to present the finest and freshest fish you can find. Find a true sense of Olde Cape Cod at Skipper while eating their signature homemade onion rings!

    Photo by @brabbsbites

    • The Knack (Orleans) - owned by two Cape Cod locals, Van and Michael, they have perfected the food that defines summers on Cape Cod. Their food hits the spot after a day at the beach. They even partner with local businesses to provide the freshest, most delicious food, including a local butcher to serve their delicious burger blend that is ground in-house daily. Their signature onion rings are flakey and delicious! P.S. they pair perfectly with a burger or lobster roll. 

    Photo by @foodieshirls

    • Seafood Sam's (Falmouth) - since 1974, Seafood Sam's has been serving families just what they wanted with the freshest ingredients and beautiful locations. Bring the whole family to experience to enjoy fresh, award-winning seafood, and most of all delicious onion rings!

    Photo by @michael_j_chan

    • Captain Frosty's Fish & Chips (Dennis) - for over 45 years, Captain Frosty's has been serving award-winning fried seafood! Their 50's style clam shack is a roadside tradition for locals and visitors. Their onion rings pair well with a fried clam plate, to make an ideal Cape Cod meal. Order to-go, grab a booth inside, or relax outdoors on their shaded patios with delicious food and good company!

    Photo by @ec_eats_

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