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!

Hours

Wednesday - Sunday

4 PM - 10 PM (Dinner)
4 PM - 11 PM (Pizza)
4 PM - 1 AM (Bar)

Phone:

508.564.5029

Events

  • The MoonLighters 8:30

    28
    Mar 2015
    Saturday
    - 8:30 -

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  • Sinatra Sunday with Pack Rat

    29
    Mar 2015
    Sunday
    - 6pm -
    Saxophonist and vocalist Aaron Dupont has a Sinatra baritone style voice and smooth saxophone tone. He is a seasoned live performer who has mesmerized crowds across the world aboard Carnival Cruise Lines. He’s performed for crowds in his homestead of New England and has accompanied many great local live bands in venues of all sizes. Aaron is a well-rounded musician who studied at Berklee College of Music. His natural Sinatra flare, both vocally and instrumentally, is contagious to crowds young and old. Piano player Brad Kuhn is an experienced musician. Not only has he earned an MFA degree in Music Composition from Brandeis University, but also has many live performances under his belt with the Brian Sances Band. As a young boy his father exposed him to Sinatra, peaking his love for the music. He jumped at the opportunity to join this lovely Sinatra Cover Duo. Their passionate, authentic sound is a must see!

    Saxophonist and vocalist Aaron Dupont has a Sinatra baritone style voice and smooth saxophone tone. He is a seasoned live performer who has mesmerized crowds across the world aboard Carnival Cruise Lines. He’s performed for crowds in his homestead of New England and has accompanied many great local live bands in venues of all sizes. Aaron is a well-rounded musician who studied at Berklee College of Music. His natural Sinatra flare, both vocally and instrumentally, is contagious to crowds young and old.
    Piano player Brad Kuhn is an experienced musician. Not only has he earned an MFA degree in Music Composition from Brandeis University, but also has many live performances under his belt with the Brian Sances Band. As a young boy his father exposed him to Sinatra, peaking his love for the music. He jumped at the opportunity to join this lovely Sinatra Cover Duo. Their passionate, authentic sound is a must see!

  • Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School hits Cape Cod

    01
    Apr 2015
    Wednesday
    - 6pm -

     

                                                                            Burlesque Life Drawing Comes to Falmouth A new kind of life drawing, known as Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School, arrives at the Beach House in North Falmouth on January 6th, from 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm.  Falmouth artist Sarah Peters, who recently established a new branch of this international art movement, is coordinating the monthly event.  Tickets are $15 in advance, $18 at the door, and are available at Coffee Obsession in Falmouth and through PayPal on their web page. Rather than the usual nude model, these life drawing sessions feature glamorous underground performers.  A typical session might feature burlesque babes, roller derby girls, drag queens, belly dancers or male wrestlers.  The models for this first event are Pepper Grinds and Sundown Shenanigans, both of whom are members of the popular local burlesque troupe the Brazen Belles.  As is typical with life drawing sessions, they will start with 1, 2, 5 and 10 minute poses, and finish with three different 20 minute poses.  The models will perform snippets of their stage acts, and remain in character throughout the evening. Artists of all levels are invited to attend and should bring their own sketch pads and drawing materials.  The Beach House, which is opening especially for this event, is offering an a la carte menu of pizza, salads and appetizers and full cash bar.  The restaurant opens at 6:00 pm and the models pose from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm. Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School was conceived in New York in 2005 by artist Molly Crabapple.  From its humble Brooklyn beginnings, Dr. Sketchy’s now has over 100 branches around the globe, including Los Angeles, London, Rome, Tokyo, and Melbourne. “Dr. Sketchy’s is a celebration of the model and art-making on every level.  You become fully engaged with the spectacle before you,” explained Ms. Peters.  She was inspired to start a branch here after attending Dr. Sketchy’s sessions in Providence and New York.  “Once you’ve drawn a pair of roller derby girls battling it out on stage in torn fishnets, there’s no going back.  The models inspire heightened creativity in their audience.  They demand it!” Since its inception in 2005, Dr. Sketchy’s has received coverage from The LA Times, The Washington Post, BBC Radio, NPR, The Village Voice, WNBC, Time Out London, and The New York Times. For more information contact: Sarah Peters at speters@cape.com, or visit their web page - www.drsketchy.com/branch/capecod


    Burlesque Life Drawing Comes to Falmouth
    A new kind of life drawing, known as Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School, arrives at the Beach House in North Falmouth on January 6th, from 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm. Falmouth artist Sarah Peters, who recently established a new branch of this international art movement, is coordinating the monthly event. Tickets are $15 in advance, $18 at the door, and are available at Coffee Obsession in Falmouth and through PayPal on their web page.
    Rather than the usual nude model, these life drawing sessions feature glamorous underground performers. A typical session might feature burlesque babes, roller derby girls, drag queens, belly dancers or male wrestlers. The models for this first event are Pepper Grinds and Sundown Shenanigans, both of whom are members of the popular local burlesque troupe the Brazen Belles. As is typical with life drawing sessions, they will start with 1, 2, 5 and 10 minute poses, and finish with three different 20 minute poses. The models will perform snippets of their stage acts, and remain in character throughout the evening.
    Artists of all levels are invited to attend and should bring their own sketch pads and drawing materials. The Beach House, which is opening especially for this event, is offering an a la carte menu of pizza, salads and appetizers and full cash bar. The restaurant opens at 6:00 pm and the models pose from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm.
    Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School was conceived in New York in 2005 by artist Molly Crabapple. From its humble Brooklyn beginnings, Dr. Sketchy’s now has over 100 branches around the globe, including Los Angeles, London, Rome, Tokyo, and Melbourne.
    “Dr. Sketchy’s is a celebration of the model and art-making on every level. You become fully engaged with the spectacle before you,” explained Ms. Peters. She was inspired to start a branch here after attending Dr. Sketchy’s sessions in Providence and New York. “Once you’ve drawn a pair of roller derby girls battling it out on stage in torn fishnets, there’s no going back. The models inspire heightened creativity in their audience. They demand it!”
    Since its inception in 2005, Dr. Sketchy’s has received coverage from The LA Times, The Washington Post, BBC Radio, NPR, The Village Voice, WNBC, Time Out London, and The New York Times.
    For more information contact: Sarah Peters at speters@cape.com, or visit their web page – www.drsketchy.com/branch/capecod

     

                                                                       

    Burlesque Life Drawing Comes to Falmouth

    A new kind of life drawing, known as Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School, arrives at the Beach House in North Falmouth on January 6th, from 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm.  Falmouth artist Sarah Peters, who recently established a new branch of this international art movement, is coordinating the monthly event.  Tickets are $15 in advance, $18 at the door, and are available at Coffee Obsession in Falmouth and through PayPal on their web page.

    Rather than the usual nude model, these life drawing sessions feature glamorous underground performers.  A typical session might feature burlesque babes, roller derby girls, drag queens, belly dancers or male wrestlers.  The models for this first event are Pepper Grinds and Sundown Shenanigans, both of whom are members of the popular local burlesque troupe the Brazen Belles.  As is typical with life drawing sessions, they will start with 1, 2, 5 and 10 minute poses, and finish with three different 20 minute poses.  The models will perform snippets of their stage acts, and remain in character throughout the evening.

    Artists of all levels are invited to attend and should bring their own sketch pads and drawing materials.  The Beach House, which is opening especially for this event, is offering an a la carte menu of pizza, salads and appetizers and full cash bar.  The restaurant opens at 6:00 pm and the models pose from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm.

    Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School was conceived in New York in 2005 by artist Molly Crabapple.  From its humble Brooklyn beginnings, Dr. Sketchy’s now has over 100 branches around the globe, including Los Angeles, London, Rome, Tokyo, and Melbourne.

    “Dr. Sketchy’s is a celebration of the model and art-making on every level.  You become fully engaged with the spectacle before you,” explained Ms. Peters.  She was inspired to start a branch here after attending Dr. Sketchy’s sessions in Providence and New York.  “Once you’ve drawn a pair of roller derby girls battling it out on stage in torn fishnets, there’s no going back.  The models inspire heightened creativity in their audience.  They demand it!”

    Since its inception in 2005, Dr. Sketchy’s has received coverage from The LA Times, The Washington Post, BBC Radio, NPR, The Village Voice, WNBC, Time Out London, and The New York Times.

    For more information contact: Sarah Peters at speters@cape.com, or visit their web page – www.drsketchy.com/branch/capecod

  • Viva La Hop w/ The Mighty Ceej and BuLife

    03
    Apr 2015
    Friday
    - 10pm -

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  • Brady Signs

    04
    Apr 2015
    Saturday
    - 7pm -

    photo credit** benshotme.com

  • Sinatra Saturday with Pack Rat

    11
    Apr 2015
    Saturday
    - 6pm -
    Saxophonist and vocalist Aaron Dupont has a Sinatra baritone style voice and smooth saxophone tone. He is a seasoned live performer who has mesmerized crowds across the world aboard Carnival Cruise Lines. He’s performed for crowds in his homestead of New England and has accompanied many great local live bands in venues of all sizes. Aaron is a well-rounded musician who studied at Berklee College of Music. His natural Sinatra flare, both vocally and instrumentally, is contagious to crowds young and old. Piano player Brad Kuhn is an experienced musician. Not only has he earned an MFA degree in Music Composition from Brandeis University, but also has many live performances under his belt with the Brian Sances Band. As a young boy his father exposed him to Sinatra, peaking his love for the music. He jumped at the opportunity to join this lovely Sinatra Cover Duo. Their passionate, authentic sound is a must see!

    Saxophonist and vocalist Aaron Dupont has a Sinatra baritone style voice and smooth saxophone tone. He is a seasoned live performer who has mesmerized crowds across the world aboard Carnival Cruise Lines. He’s performed for crowds in his homestead of New England and has accompanied many great local live bands in venues of all sizes. Aaron is a well-rounded musician who studied at Berklee College of Music. His natural Sinatra flare, both vocally and instrumentally, is contagious to crowds young and old.
    Piano player Brad Kuhn is an experienced musician. Not only has he earned an MFA degree in Music Composition from Brandeis University, but also has many live performances under his belt with the Brian Sances Band. As a young boy his father exposed him to Sinatra, peaking his love for the music. He jumped at the opportunity to join this lovely Sinatra Cover Duo. Their passionate, authentic sound is a must see!

  • George Gritzbach Band 6pm

    18
    Apr 2015
    Saturday
    - 7pm -

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