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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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Weekly COVID-19 update 12/03/20
Thursday December 03, 2020
CAPE COD ? The Massachusetts state death toll from COVID-19 has risen to 10,637. There were 389 new cases of COVID-19 in Barnstable County in the past six days. 4 new deaths were reported on Cape Cod bringing the total to 195. Hospitalization capacity in Southeastern Massachusetts is at 81%. ICU capacity is at 50%. [?] The post Weekly COVID-19 update 12/03/20 appeared first on
Developing: Firefighters called to man stuck in tree in Barnstable
Thursday December 03, 2020
BARNSTABLE ? Firefighters were called to a technical rescue situation in the Cummaquid village of Barnstable around 12:30 PM Thursday. A man was reportedly cutting a tree when he became stuck between two branches. The incident happened on Main Street (Route 6A) near Keaveny Lane. Motorists should expect delays in the area. About 1:30 PM, [?] The post Developing: Firefighters called to man stuck in tree in Barnstable appeared first on
Mass. Gas Prices Rise by Two Cents, According to AAA
Thursday December 03, 2020
BARNSTABLE ? AAA Northeast has reported that Massachusetts saw a two cent increase in the average price of gas compared to last week. The $2.08 average price of self-served, regular unleaded gas in the Commonwealth is four cents below the average across the country as well as 48 cents cheaper than what it was at? .
Xiarhos Generally Opposes Police Bill
Thursday December 03, 2020
WEST BARNSTABLE ? Republican State Representative-elect for the 5th Barnstable District Steve Xiarhos recently expressed his general opposition to the police reform bill that was passed in the Massachusetts House of Representatives and Senate on Tuesday. While stating his belief that ?certain reforms are? .
Barnstable Public Schools Announce Further Closures.
Tuesday December 01, 2020
BARNSTABLE ? The Superintendent of Barnstable Public Schools Meg Mayo-Brown announced Wednesday that due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in the Town, County and State, the Barnstable School District will remain in remote learning through December 11th. ?Our goal is to remain a school district that provides in-person? .
Yarmouth Police remember fallen officer Brad Erickson twenty years later
Tuesday December 01, 2020
YARMOUTH ? Twenty years ago today?Yarmouth Police Department Patrol Officer Bradford M. Erickson was killed in the line of duty while directing traffic at a road-improvement project in Barnstable. At approximately 2:30PM on 12.1.2000 Patrol Officer Erickson, age 60, was struck by a fully loaded heavy construction vehicle and transported to Cape Cod Hospital where [?] The post Yarmouth Police remember fallen officer Brad Erickson twenty years later appeared first on
Highway Exit Renumbering to Begin on Cape Cod
Tuesday December 01, 2020
BARNSTABLE ? The Massachusetts Department of Transformation has announced a construction schedule update for the Statewide Exit Renumbering Project. Exit work will take place on Route 6 from Bourne to Orleans beginning on December 13th from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. The renumbering project is to convert all exit numbers on? .
State Surpreme Court upholds 1st degree murder conviction in Trudie Hall case
Monday November 30, 2020
BARNSTABLE ? Cape and Islands District Attorney Michael O'Keefe announced today that the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court affirmed the first degree murder conviction of Quoizel Wilson (dob 5/30/78) for the killing of 23 year old Trudie Hall. In May of 2015 a Barnstable County jury convicted Wilson on two separate theories of First Degree Murder; [?] The post State Surpreme Court upholds 1st degree murder conviction in Trudie Hall case appeared first on
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