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Chillingsworth

2449 Main St.
Brewster, MA 02631
508-896-3640

Chillingsworth restaurant Cape Cod, MA
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Chillingsworth, housed in the 300 year-old Chillingsworth Foster Estate, has been among the Cape's premier restaurants for more than thirty five years. Beautifully situated on six acres of lawns and gardens, the Brewster restaurant offers diners a choice between their formal dining room, where chef/owner Nitzi Rabin creates elegant, multi-course tasting menus, or the more casual Chills Bistro, where diners can enjoy a la carte menu or three-course prix fixe in a relaxed greenhouse and gallery setting or comfortable bar/lounge.

Housed in a graceful Colonial home, beautifully appointed with of-the-era antiques, Chillingsworth has remained one of the highest-ranking restaurants on the Cape, and is considered by many to be one of the highest ranked restaurants in New England.

News and Events at Chillingsworth restaurant

Open Season at Chillingsworth
Unleash your inner outdoorsman at Chillingsworth's annual Game Dinner on Saturday, October 25th.

Cape Cod Restaurant Week, Coming Soon
Mark your calendars for this fall’s Cape Cod Restaurant Week – the semi-annual event returns from Monday, October 13th through ...

Bubbly Summer Swan Song
Break out your summer whites for one more night and swing by Chillingsworth for their champagne-fueled send off.

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