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THE BLACK CAT TAVERN

Owners David Colombo and Scott Brownlee invite you to the harbor-side Black Cat Tavern overlooking the water in Hyannis, MA. The Black Cat strives to achieve the same high levels of food and service as Mr. Colombo’s other Hyannis restaurants, the Roadhouse Cafe, in operation for more than 30 years, and Colombo’s Cafe and Pastries. The Black Cat is not simply a seafood shack. The restaurant has a spacious bar and piano lounge – with live music offered four nights a week – a roomy, heated patio and unbeatable ferry access. The expansive menu offers a variety of the freshest seafood, signature burgers, steaks and chops, and chef-driven specialties. The menu also incorporates local ingredients extensively.

165 Ocean St, Hyannis, MA
phone: 508-778-1233
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Hyannis man pleads guilty to child endangerment
Tuesday September 26, 2017
BARNSTABLE — A Hyannis man pleaded guilty Friday in Barnstable District Court to reckless endangerment of a child and was sentenced to a year in the Barnstable County Correctional Facility.Brandon Ellis , 30, was also charged with disorderly conduct, but the charge was dismissed upon request of the state, according to court documents.At around 6:30 p.m. Aug. 24, a motorist on Falmouth Road alerted [...]
Barnstable Today 09 25 2017
Tuesday September 26, 2017
Barnstable Today 09 25 2017
CCYP Announces New Executive Director
Tuesday September 26, 2017
Deck: Lauren Barker brings years of public sector and non-profit experience Towns: BarnstableTopic: BusinessHub Category: BusinessAuthor: CapeCodToday StaffTeaser: Lauren Barker brings years of public sector and non-profit experience?Main Image: Main Image Credit: Lauren Barker, new executive director of CCYP (CCYP photo)Thumbnail Image: Body:  Following an extensive search, Cape Cod Young Professionals (CCYP) is pleased to announce Lauren?
Dozen seabirds blown ashore on Cape are released
Monday September 25, 2017
BARNSTABLE — A dozen wind-battered seabirds that were being treated at Cape Wildlife Center were released Sunday, according to Caryn Ritchie, volunteer coordinator at the center.Almost two dozen birds — including northern gannets, fulmars and shearwaters — were blown in by the track of Tropical Storm Jose and found in various places on Cape Cod.The birds, which were exhausted from fighting against the wind, are native to the water and have difficulty taking [...]
Northern Gannet Rescued on Sandy Neck
Monday September 25, 2017
Deck: Stranded bird was not a happy camper!Towns: BarnstableTopic: NewsHub Category: Police and FireAuthor: CapeCodToday StaffTeaser: Stranded bird was not a happy camper!Main Image: Main Image Credit: This stranded Northern Gannet is less than thrilled about being rescued (Town of Barnstable video)Thumbnail Image: Body:  From the Town of Barnstable: A Northern Gannet, rescued this morning by Sandy Neck staff after stranding during another?
Bruised and Battered Seabirds from Jose Receiving Treatment
Monday September 25, 2017
BARNSTABLE ? Tropical Storm Jose not only brought strong winds and rain to Cape Cod for much of last week, but also some tired seabirds. Dozens of birds, including 30 gannets, were brought to the Cape Wildlife Center in Barnstable for rehabilitation after suffering injuries from winds and strong onshore currents. ?Most of? .
Cape and Islands should move to 100% renewable energy, local leaders say
Monday September 25, 2017
Deck: Cape & Islands 100% Renewable Energy Summit held SundayTowns: BarnstableBourneBrewsterCentervilleChathamCotuitDennisEasthamFalmouthHarwichHyannisMarstons MillsMartha's VineyardMashpeeNantucketOrleansOstervillePlymouthProvincetownSandwichTruroWarehamWellfleetWoods HoleYarmouthTopic: NewsHub Category: HomeAuthor: CapeCodToday StaffTeaser: Cape & Islands 100% Renewable Energy Summit held Sunday?Main Image: Thumbnail?
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