The West End is among the latest of new Cape restaurants to compete in the high end market. It occupies a prime spot for attracting both locals, vacationers and early diners catching a show at the Melody Tent next door. The new restaurant opened in June and is owned by Jen Villa, owner of The Local Juice and David Noble from Embargo in Hyannis.Read More
The West End is beautifully decorated, relaxing and interactive
Cooking local with everything from honey to greens is part of The West End’s secret to quality meals, but the rest comes from having experienced chefs who know how to pair flavors.Read More
Dinner and a show, anyone? Music lovers hitting up the summertime concerts at the Cape Cod Melody Tent now have a convenient new dining option: this neighboring high-end restaurant, which opened at the end of June.
The West End is definitely a draw all on its own, though, serving up elevated New American cuisine with an eye toward the seasonal and locally sourced...
The Barnstable Licensing Authority on Monday granted to Villa Noble LLC a license to open an upscale restaurant called The West End, at 20 Scudder Ave., the former location of The Paddock Restaurant.
With a total seating capacity of 233, the new restaurant is owned by Jen Villa, who also owns The Little Beach Gallery and co-founded The Local Juice at 539 South St. David Noble will serve as The West End’s manager and chef...Read More
After a brief turn as the Nor’Easter, the former Paddock restaurant at the West End Rotary is about to see its next incarnation this summer.
David Noble and Jen Villa have purchased the Nor’Easter and will reopen the 20 Scudder Ave. restaurant as The West End in June. Noble is the owner of emBargo, a Main Street bar and tapas restaurant; Villa is an artist and owner of The Local Juice, a cold-pressed juice bar on South Street...Read More