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Cape Cod Black Sheep Bah and Grill Yarmouth Port


Located off Route 6A YarmouthPort in the Fiddlers Green Shopping Plaza is The Black Sheep Bah and Grill. Nestled in the corner of this local plaza sits this bar that will accommodate all your dining needs.

Sit and dine in their small but comfortable dining room or take a seat at the large bar or even enjoy the weather on the outside patio and enjoy a meal that will satisfy all your cravings. The bar itself has flat panel TVs so you’ll never miss your favorite sports team. Not into sports? Then play NTN trivia at the only place on the Cape. Either way you’ll be glad you came.

So, if you’re looking for a place to get away from the usual bar scene and relax, then this is the place to go. The friendly staff and casual laid back atmosphere will make you come back again and again.

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Posted by Cape Cod - (website) on 08/13/06
Categories: FoodNightlifeYarmouth
Keywords: food, restaurant, nightlife, pub, bar, yarmouth


I was so excited to try this restaurant in our neighborhood.  I ordered the horseradish burger, my daughter a cheeseburger, and my husband the broiled scallops.  I emphasized to the waitress that my daughter’s burger was to be cooked medium, and mine medium rare please, 2 times during the order.  My burger came out overcooked so I had to send it back.  After my daughter was eating hers for awhile, I saw that hers was indeed medium rare, or undercooked.  The only reason we didn’t send that back was because she was starving and we waited at least 15 minutes to order because our waitress was nowhere to be found.  When my burger came back again, it was undercooked with about a 1/4 cup of the horseradish garlic sauce on it.  I scraped as much off as I could, but it was still doused.  There was no flavor from this supposed “horseradish garlic sauce,” and I can only label the burger the most disgusting experience I have ever had, undercooked and mushy and wet from too much sauce.

So my question is, why can’t a restaurant who has 25 burgers on their menu cook them correctly?

Posted by Annaliese Rush from Yarmouthport on 08/11/14 at 01:46 AM | #

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