Come enjoy our cozy & quaint, 1700’s tavern with very large outdoor dining spaces. We take pride in sourcing our meats and produce from local farmer’s markets & growers in our community, as well as using local craft beer brewers & spirits to produce our hand crafted cocktails.
LOCAL INSPIRED DISHES
We change our menu frequently and create dishes that showcase fruits and vegetables that are fresh and in season. The Rye Garden provides us with some produce that is harvested just steps away from the restaurant. We also have cultivated long lasting relationships with some local farms. Here are some we source from regularly.
Skinny Dip Farm, Bay End Farm, Fresh Meadows Farm, Moonlight Rose Farm, CN Smith Farm, Hillside Mushroom LLC, GoPal Farm
Rye Garden is located 50 feet from the Rye Tavern kitchen. It provides Executive Chef Josh plenty to work with. Established in 2011, in the Rye Garden we do plenty of succession planting to provide a steady stream of tender greens throughout the growing season. We also grow a variety of cherry tomatoes, herbs, lettuces, peas, carrots. beans, edible flowers and more! You can’t get more fresh and local than that!
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Had a small family dinner there and everyone agreed the food was excellent. If you like clam chowder you'll have to try their unique way of making it, delicious!! The outdoor dining added to the experience of the comfortable location. Look forward to going again soon.
Loved it...great atmosphere. Short ribs were terrific and recommend the tempura cauliflower. First time and look forward to going back
Wow! Amazing, usually have to go to Boston for this quality of food and service. From the duck legs appetizer to the honey lemon cake desert, a day later and still dreaming about it. Also took the dreamy cornbread home for pan toasting breakfast. The pastry chef is amazing. I hate to give a review this good because once the word gets out it will be tough to get a reservation. A very rustic feel, spot on cooking and enchanting craft cocktails, try the rye old fashion. My understanding is the kitchen is staffed completely with well trained local chefs that are motivated to show their talents. I am not sure how they make this work financially, in boston you would pay twice as much for this value. Again Wow!
Absolutely amazing food in a cozy converted home. Rye Tavern is truly a hidden gem tucked away down a beautiful tree lined road. Great staff, and the drinks are excellent. We will definitely be coming back here again.
I just had the best brussel sprouts in the world. Amazing place with so much history. The Baked Hake was incredible too.
Plymouth has a lot of good restaurants for a medium-sized town, but Rye Tavern is genuinely something special. The atmosphere is really unique, in an historic clapboard sided inn building in a secluded clearing in South Plymouth's dense forest, it feels like stepping back in time. The interior decor is tasteful and restrained, very period-appropriate. And of course the locally sourced food is excellent.