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Established in 1995.
The Barley Neck Inn was once the retirement home of Captain JOE Taylor (1868). His fortune and fame rested on commissioning the Red Jacket clipper ship, holder of the transatlantic record. His son Mark Taylor started King Arthur Flour [Sands, Taylor, Woods]. After his death (1904) the property passed on to the Gundry's, the dad being the youngest bank president in the nation, the wife a published writer and suffragist, the sons Harvard grads & World War I ambulance corps drivers. They called it the Quaohog. The sons never married and ended up renting their home out in the summers (1950's) until the Nicoli's bought the property and called it The Packet Landing Inn. In the 70's they leased a portion of the building and the name changed to the Barley Neck Inn.
*NEW Management , NEW Menu* The Barley Neck is a popular dinner restaurant on the way to Nauset Beach. We're a great choice for a family friendly dinner, rehearsal dinner, or special events. We serve a Wine Spectator award-winning wine list. As of now we're happy to offer live music indoors on Friday and Saturday nights from 8:30pm - 10:30pm. Follow us on our social medias for the most up-to-date information. Come in and enjoy the bar and light apps from 4:30pm-11pm! Our kitchen is open until 8:30pm or 9pm on Fridays and Saturdays. We're excited to invite you in to experience the new management and menu, and a great time!