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

Monday - Sunday

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

Phone:

508.564.5029

Events

  • Daniel Byrnes’ Band… Every Thursday 10pm

    31
    Jul 2014
    Thursday
    - 9:30pm -
  • Better Off Dead 6-9pm

    31
    Jul 2014
    Thursday
    - 6 p.m. -
  • The Real Cape Music Fest After Party with Don McCloskey and Boombasnap

    02
    Aug 2014
    Saturday
    - 10pm -

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  • The Silent Trees 7-10pm and $5 Pizzas

    06
    Aug 2014
    Wednesday
    - 7 p.m. -
  • Al Laughlin of The Samples with Highway 50

    06
    Aug 2014
    Wednesday
    - 10pm -

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    Highway 50 is the brainchild of Al Laughlin, original member of the Boulder, Colorado band, The Samples. Laughlin co-wrote many of the band’s most enduring songs including Did You Ever Look So Nice, Taxi, and Underwater People. His percussive off-beat reggae stylings on keyboards became known as “the bubble” and helped form the band’s signature sound.

     

    The Samples sold over one million albums in the 1990’s as they sold out venues in college towns across the country and headlined some of the H.O.R.D.E. tour shows in 1993 and 1996. They shared the bill with big names such as The Allman Brothers Band, Blues Traveler, and Phish and many up and coming bands opened up for them including The Dave Matthews Band and Hootie & the Blowfish. The band’s success included television performances on The Tonight Show and House of Blues Live.

     

    Laughlin continued writing songs after he left The Samples and, after years of urgings from fans, Highway 50 was born.

     

    Guitarist James Hambleton was recruited and the band began recording and playing clubs all over Colorado. The rest of the lineup is a rotating “whos who” of the Colorado music scene including fellow former Sample Jeep MacNichol and Brian Nevin (of Big Head Todd and the Monsters) on drums, Andrew McNew and Matt Planer on horns, and Julie Gussaroff on mandolin.

     

    Highway 50’s sound blends ska, reggae, jazz, pop and R&B with Laughlin’s melodic vocals and introspective lyrics. The band’s following continues to grow and big things are up ahead in 2012 and beyond…

     

     

     

  • An Evening with Ryan Montbleau and Friends

    08
    Aug 2014
    Friday
    - 10pm -

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  • BOOMBASNAP

    15
    Aug 2014
    Friday
    - 10pm -

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