We Do Clambakes, Vows Optional


Sure, a wedding is one great reason to host a catered clambake. But really, why should an exchange of vows be a prerequisite for a great summer party?

We believe in clambakes anytime and for everyone—including people who aren’t ready to tie the knot and those who tied it long ago.

One thing, however: although we do believe people ought to throw clambakes at the drop of a hat, it can actually be dicey trying to get us to come bake one that way. Because by the time the snow melts, we start getting busy.

So, even if you’re not the kind to commit, we have some advice for you: now’s the time to get out your calendar and think about the future. We’re not saying you have to promise to have and to hold for a lifetime. All you have to do is pledge to have a party.

Think about all the things you have to celebrate. Wouldn’t it be great to have a clambake for the occasion? Maybe you’ve got a graduation coming up this spring. A birthday party, a first communion, a family reunion, a company party: there are all kinds of reasons that come to mind. But here’s the one we like best: you could have a clambake just to have a clambake.

You know what’s really fun? Talking with customers about how to put together a great summer party while looking out our window at a five-foot snow drift. Call us and we’ll talk lobsters, steamers, mussels, corn, potatoes, and linguiça. Oh, and our delicious New England Clam Chowder.

We’ve got lots of ideas about how to make your clambake a full-fledged summer-on-the-Cape extravaganza.

Have you tried Cape Cod Beer? It’s terrific and brewed in Hyannis. We can point you to some great bands and DJs here too. And you know about cornhole, don’t you? It’s the classic way to work up an appetite for a clambake. Cape Cod Cornhole crafts them by hand in Mashpee. They can make you a custom set in just about any design you can think of. We just had one made—it sports a portrait of our clam guy, of course. They do great work.

Now is the time, friends, no matter what your long-term intentions, to plan to “Get Baked with Us!” Give us a call.

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