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Best things to do in Teaticket, Falmouth

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Pub
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“Right on the beach. limited parking during beach hours, and typical bbc fare”
25 locals recommend
Movie Theater
“Great food believe it or not and beverages incl wine as you watch just released movies”
14 locals recommend
Beach
“This beach is located 3 houses and across the street from the cottage. It is very popular. This is a great place to watch the 4th of July Fireworks and it also the finish line to the Falmouth Road Race.”
10 locals recommend
Winery
“Small winery located right in Falmouth. Some of their whites and roses are actually not bad. ”
6 locals recommend
Rental Car Location
4 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
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2 locals recommend
Liquor Store
4 locals recommend
Bar
“Awesome dive bar right up the street! Don’t worry about looking for a designated driver, you can walk home in literally 5 minutes! You can walk up for a drink after a bbq on the deck. Enjoy!!!”
7 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“This beach is walking distance for the guest house, you can see it from the yard ”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“This is walking distance from the cottage and the best view to get a drink. I think the food is average but the view is spectacular.”
3 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
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3 locals recommend
Salon / Barbershop
“Stores include TJ Maxx, Home Goods, and WalMart. Falmouth Pub Cinema is on the property ”
3 locals recommend
Bar
“Local dark pub with inexpensive menu selections and $10 early bird specials (although we are always too late). Owners great. Service is great. ”
5 locals recommend
Pharmacy
1 local recommends
Bowling Alley
“Perfect activity for a rainy day - just 5 minutes up the street! Great for families - there are arcade games and snacks. For groups looking for a fun night out - there’s a full bar. Really cool local hangout!”
1 local recommends
Colloquial Area
“Old cottages, large and small, include "gingerbread" style up the hill, close to a green where religious groups gathered in the nineteenth century and eventually built tiny cottages in the style of the time. Falmouth Heights Beach is close to town and has one food cart at .present. But Soprano's restaurant (at the former Casino) on the bluff above with parking and outdoor dining has delicious food and views. ”
2 locals recommend