The Barley Neck Inn is now open five days a week; serving dinner Wednesday through Saturday, and brunch on Sundays. Reservations are HIGHLY recommended. Enjoy light appetizers and cocktails at the bar, starting at 4 pm. Our full menu and dining room seating begins at 5 pm. Take out is available up to 7 PM (subject to change). Make sure to check out our live music lineup every weekend too!

The Barley Neck Inn is a popular dinner restaurant on the way to Nauset Beach. We’re a great choice for a family friendly dinner, rehearsal dinner or wedding, and special events. Reservations happily accepted. Wine Spectator award-winning wine list. Check under functions for special events and promotions.

Hours: Wednesday – Saturday 4:00 p.m. – Close. Sunday brunch is offered from 11:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. We are closed on Sunday evening, and Monday and Tuesday.

The Barley Neck Inn is a small independently owned resort based in an old sea captain’s home in the rural village of East Orleans in the elbow of Cape Cod. We are located less than a mile from Nauset Beach, an unbroken 11-mile expanse of nationally protected Atlantic waterfront. The saltwater marina across the street from us on Meetinghouse Pond also connects us to ocean waters.


We have a fantastic restaurant, voted one of the top ten on Cape Cod by Yankee Magazine, applauded by the Boston Globe and by USA Today. The four intimate dining rooms are housed in our 1868 Sea Captain’s home. The original attached barn houses our casual dining and entertainment spot, The Barley Neck Inn’s Beach Road Bar & Grille. We are renowned for our selection of top-shelf cocktails and value-priced wines. All of our dining rooms are equipped for connection to any audio-visual or electronic communications equipment required.


We specialize in rehearsal dinners for 16-60, evening weddings up to 60 and daytime weddings up to 150. Weddings may be formal sit down affairs in our dining rooms or under a tent on our lawn. We also produce a lavish buffet with a station in each of our four dining rooms presenting a type of cuisine or a course of the meal, with dancing at the Barley Neck Inn.