The Beach House in Falmouth was established in June of 2006. The restaurant offers “a menu for all generations.” Featuring an atmosphere that brings you back to those days when you visited your beach house on Cape Cod. With a lively lounge and a game room for the young and the young at heart, the Beach House has something for everyone!
Wednesday - Sunday
4 PM - 10 PM (Dinner)
4 PM - 11 PM (Pizza)
4 PM - 1 AM (Bar)
Funktapuss04Oct 2014- 10pm -What started as Purple Monkey Dishwasher in the late 90’s with the friendship of three young men has evolved into the energetic, high quality music of a five piece band known as Funktapuss.As a live act, they bring a dynamic energy to the stage which is enhanced by a complete and full sound with a huge emphasis on the ‘groove.’ With a 2+ hour live set and a repertoire of over 80 songs, the music of Funktapuss comprises original tunes and influences from such artists as Stevie Wonder, Parliament Funkadelic, Soulive, Maceo Parker, and Victor Wooten.Funktapuss has entertained crowds of over 2000 at many of Cape Cod’s top venues and prides itself on being tight with a massive groove that will fill a dance floor.
Dub Apocalypse11Oct 2014- 10pm -
Steve Smith and The Nakeds17Oct 2014- 9pm -
Comedy Night…An Evening with Lenny Clarke and Friends23Oct 2014- 8pm -
Clarke was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He was the most famous “saloon comic” in Boston during the 1980s, the heyday of the Boston comedy scene. The DVD release When Standup Stood Out (2006) details Clarke’s early career and affiliations with other famous Boston comics, such as Steven Wright and Denis Leary, his good friends. In 1980, Clarke wrote and starred in a local television show Lenny Clarke’s Late Show featuring Wright and Leary, in collaboration with Boston comedy writer Martin Olson. Clarke and Olson were roommates, and their apartment, known by comedians as “The Barracks”, was a notorious “crash pad” for comics visiting Boston, and the subject of a documentary film as Clarke and Leary explain in When Standup Stood Out.
Since his early days in Boston, Clarke starred in his own short-lived network sitcom Lenny (1990), and in such TV shows as Contest Searchlight, The Job, The John Larroquette Show and It’s All Relative and movies like Monument Ave., Fever Pitch and Southie. From 2004 to 2011, Clarke appeared in the recurring role of Uncle Teddy on the FXcomedy-drama Rescue Me.
Clark is also an occasional guest on the WEEI radio shows in Boston.
He had appeared on ESPN’s: 30 for 30 – 4 Days in October; alongside ESPN sports and pop culture columnist Bill Simmons as a narrator giving insight on the 2004 ALCS comeback by the Red Sox against the New York Yankees.
The Brazen Belles Burlesque Show24Oct 2014- 8pm -
Brazen Belles Burlesque Show25Oct 2014- 8pm -
Gobble Gobble with Crooked Coast26Nov 2014- 10pm -