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This waterfront restaurant is literally built from nautical history, with the building having been constructed form the old ship timbers, and filled with marine antiquities, artifacts, and curiosities, such as a two thousand year old Grecian urn, harpoons, lobster pots, buoys, and other interesting artifacts that are used as decoration to create the desired ambience. It gives one the feeling of dining in a maritime museum, and nicely captures the history and character of Cape Cod. With a nice wine list, Landfall offers a lunch menu that includes clam chowder, fish and chips, lobster, a Cajun swordfish sandwich, hamburgers and fries, and more; the dinner menu includes such dishes as boiled or baked lobster, broiled or fried scrod, broiled or fried scallops, shrimp scampi, Nantucket swordfish, seafood platters, chicken Francaise, filet mignon, and steak.