Town of Chatham MA
- Chatham - 02633
- North Chatham - 02650
- South Chatham - 02659
- West Chatham - 02669
Despite the commercialization that Cape Cod has seen in the last several decades, Chatham still boasts a charming, walkable Main Street. Chatham's rich history can be seen throughout town from its considerable number of 18th-century buildings as well as several lighthouses, including the Chatham Lighthouse, which was built in 1877. Chatham is also home to the Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge.
Chatham has a wide selection of restaurants and bars, each offering their own charm. Located in a former church, the Impudent Oyster serves up innovative seafood dishes. This upscale restaurant is usually packed during the summer yet cozy in the winter. The Wild Goose Tavern is Chatham Village's only outdoor dining - if that's not enough to draw you in, their inventive locally sourced menu definitely will. The Red Nun Bar & Grill is the place to go if you're looking for delicious, juicy burgers. Grab a local beer while you munch. You have to see for yourself why locals love this place so much. Even better - if you go on burger night all of their famous burgers start at $6! If you're looking for somewhere that will please everyone in the family, head over to Chatham Squire. They serve up a multi-cultural menu in a casual atmosphere. Occasionally they even present live music.
Children in Chatham attend Monomoy Regional Schools with neighboring Harwich. Elementary aged children attend Chatham Elementary School. Middle schoolers attend Monomoy Regional Middle School. In 2014 a new high school was built in Harwich (Monomoy Regional High School). Students can also attend Cape Cod Regional High School.
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