Welcome to the Quarterdeck Restaurant!
We are open for lunch and dinner daily in our new outside dining areas! We have created a beautiful patio in our backyard and we have tables set out in front on the sidewalk to offer you outdoor dining options. Both are lovely spaces.
In order to effectively and safely accommodate all customers we are offering call ahead and walk-in service. We apologize but we may need to limit your dining time to 90 minutes.
Please note that all visitors MUST wear a Face Covering at all times, unless you are seated at a table! We appreciate your patience and understanding while we adjust to the new normal.
We are working hard to ensure that our guests and staff are safe. We look forward to seeing you!
For over 40 years, the Quarterdeck Restaurant has been delighting Falmouth locals and visitors alike with delicious seafood, steaks and other popular lunch and dinner choices. Our historic, nautical atmosphere creates the perfect setting for casual lunches, cocktails at the bar or relaxing dinners. Please stop by and give us a try, we look forward to serving you!
This location was originally known as The Little New Yorker. It changed hands in 1967 and was renamed The Quarterdeck. Much of the interior had been salvaged from MacDougall's Boatyard in Falmouth Harbor. Some of the wood dates back to the late 1600s. Local artist Joe Downs created the feeling of being below deck of a sailing vessel. He also crafted the stained glass in the dining room. This stained glass was at one time the front windows from a church in Maine that was destroyed by a fire or hurricane.