The Wild Goose Tavern is a casual dining place inside the Chatham Wayside Inn right on Main Street. Seafood is the best bet on the menu because fresh seafood comes into a small pier less than a mile away. My guest had swordfish which he...More
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Good food and wine! Sit outside on the porch for ambiance. Convenient in-town location. We would eat here again next time we are in Chatham.
We both had excellent meals, good wine and G & T. Seafood was very nicely prepared, although they used a TON of butter. We'd go back again.
We enjoyed eating outside on the patio. My husband had the lobster ravioli and I had the 5 spice duck. Both meals were excellent and we both ate every bite. Service was very good. It probably helped that we went here after Labor Day; the...More
We stopped in for a bite and a drink and am thankful it was not for a proper meal. The red sangria was literally red wine over ice with a slice of orange. No diced marinated fruit, no brandy, nothing for $10 glass of ice...More
We ate here twice on our visit to Chatham, once for lunch, once for dinner. Good service on both occasions, friendly staff. Excellent burger. Try to eat outside if you can.
A nice change of pace from hotel dining. The staff is great but the food is average. The restaurant is conveniently located in town and a reservation will speed up the wait.
Be sure to get reservations as this place fills up pretty fast. It's a bit noisy as everyone is in one big room together, but I think you'll find it's worth it.
We stayed at Chatham Bars Inn. I wanted to try one of the restaurant in the hotel. Unfortunately, There is no open table until very late. Hotel recommend Wild Goose Tavern to us. I have to say Wild Goose is obviously overrated. They label themselves...More