The Veuve Verandah

Beautiful outdoor verandahs overlooking Pleasant Bay.

Après beach! Enjoy happy hour, 3:30 to 5:30 PM, on the Lower Verandah featuring our new sushi menu and a bubbly selection of Veuve Clicquot cocktails.

Enjoy a light bite after a day of basking in the sunshine. The Verandahs, which feature a casual menu, provides outdoor seating with breathtaking views of the ocean and gardens below.  The Verandah dinner menu will be available from 5:30 to 10:00 PM.  Overlooking Pleasant Bay and the Atlantic beyond, this is one of the most stunning settings in New England. Experience a coastal menu with organic presentations and flavors from noted Executive Chef James Hackney, complemented by an award-winning wine list. Chef Hackney creates a culinary experience that elevates dining to new heights. The menu is accompanied by the gorgeous ocean and garden views, as well as being immersed in the sounds of the waves and salty breeze.

Veuve Verandah 3:30pm to 5:300pm

Dinner 5:30pm – 10pm

Firepits Daily 3pm to 10:00pm

Phone: (508) 430 - 3000


2173 MA-28, Harwich, MA 02645

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Artful Sushi Dishes With Veuve Exclusive Offerings

Native seafood and local produce are prepared and served with an artist’s touch.

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Sunset on a Cape Cod bay with bonfires.

An Amazing View of Pleasant Bay

Enjoy expansive views of the ocean and surrounding gardens. The outdoor seating allows guests to immerse themselves in the smells and sounds of the sea.

Wequassett house aerial view.

Two-Tiered Verandahs With Beautiful Stonework

The Verandahs have two tiers, a Lower and Upper Verandah, which offer different views of the ocean. The seating area is surrounded by beautiful inlaid stonework built into The Verandahs.

Tables with glasses and ocean view.
Sunset on bay with bonfires.
Outdoor seating on a bay on Cape Cod.
Man smiling wearing a chef's coat.

James Hackney

Executive Chef at Wequassett

Accolades: Coastal New England Rising Stars Award
Experience: 15 years

Executive Chef James Hackney has helmed the culinary team at Wequassett for the past decade. He is credited with elevating the status of Twenty-Eight Atlantic to its coveted Forbes Five-Star status. Originally from Leicestershire, England, Hackney was inspired to begin a career in the culinary world by working at his parents’ Garden Hotel, a quaint inn residing in the English countryside. Prior to Wequassett, Chef Hackney served as Chef de Cuisine at Boston’s legendary L’Espalier and other notable restaurants such as Blantyre in Lenox, Massachusetts and Charlie Palmer’s Aquaterra in Palm Beach, Florida.