July 24th, 2015 2:08 PM by Christopher Terry
The South Coast is a great place to buy a home. We are just an hour away from the trendy buzz of Boston, but with the quiet slow pace of small-town living. We are just a hop, skip and a jump away from the Atlantic Ocean and there is never a dull moment on a beautiful summers day.
Here at EZ Home Search Real Estate our agents live and work on the South Coast. We’ve composed a list of all of their favorite places to go and things to do on the South Coast.
Below is a list of some of our favorite places to go on a romantic date night. Try them out for yourself and see if you agree with us!
The Back Eddy
The Back Eddy is the perfect date night spot for couples who enjoy the beach. Who wouldn’t want to end a day on the sand with a drink on a dock watching the sunset? The Back Eddy is located directly on the Westport River, with a deck that looks right out at the boats sailing through the channel. It is a little pricey, but it is well worth it for a romantic dinner on the water. For more information visit their website at http://www.thebackeddy.com/.
The Tipsy Seagull
Want a romantic summer escape in the middle of the South Coast? Look no farther than the Tipsy Seagull. The Tipsy Seagull not only offers great food and drinks, but also nightly live entertainment. Sit outside on the deck and enjoy a summer date on the South Coast, you won’t regret it! Check out which bands are playing by going to their website at http://www.thetipsyseagull.com.
The Tipsy Toboggan
When it is time to trade in the sandals for boots, it is also time to move date night over to the Tipsy Toboggan. Owned by the same people who run the Seagull, the Tipsy Toboggan is a fancy little place where you can cozy up to your sweetheart. The entire restaurant resembles a log cabin, and the live music on weekends is a nice way to break up the cold winter days. Find out more about this enjoyable restaurant at http://thetipsytoboggan.com
Bittersweet Farm is a rustic barn with fantastic food and an even better atmosphere. The barn is surrounded by a stone-lined meadow, and the main dining room has floor to ceiling windows making it the view even more valuable. Bittersweet is a quaint, yet romantic, place to enjoy a date. For more information go to http://www.eventsbylhc.com/venues/bittersweet-farm.
The Boathouse in Tiverton is a fancy seafood restaurant with another breathtaking waterfront view. I know “waterfront” has been a common theme among these restaurants, but that is only because a sunset date on the water is just so romantic! View the menu and reserve a table
Mariah Terry is passionate writer and blogger studying Journalism at Emerson College with a minor in Marketing. See her work at mariahterry.jimdo.com.