If you haven’t experienced Soapbox Stories yet, then chances are you’ve heard about it. We invite you to this special evening of storytelling at Quicks Hole Tavern on Thursday, March 28. Join us at 6 PM and kick back and relax as some familiar Falmouth faces hop onto the Quicks Hole Tavern Soapbox, and we wow you with a decadent meal delivered to your seat.

Don’t miss Woods Hole’s very own version of The Moth, produced by the actor/director extraordinaire, Annie Hart Cool. Enjoy compelling, heartwarming stories told over dinner and dessert. The dynamic storytellers of March include Rich Carl, Donna Scheer, and Lori Welch. Get ready to make some new friends, as seating is first come, first-served, and family style!

Spend a relaxing evening lingering over a delicious prix fixe meal. Choose between the Tavern House Salad with Grilled Chicken, Braised Short Ribs with Butternut Squash Risotto and crispy Brussels Sprouts, our famous Quicks Hole Veggie Burger or our luscious Lobster Mac and Cheese with house salad, plus a fountain drink AND a FREE bag of our famous Quicks Hole donuts (one per table) for dessert. Cost is $25 per person. Alcoholic beverages, tax, and tip are not included, so we thank you in advance for tipping your server. 

When we told you it’s a sellout, we weren’t kidding – seats went fast in February! Register today using this link so we can save your spot for this special evening of delightful dining and local tales.  And if you want to plan ahead, you can also register for the April 25 installment as we close out the season with tellers Mary Chris Kenney, Lisa Jo Rudy and Paul Dunn. 

Due to the nature of the program, late seating is not possible, so please allow extra time for parking, which is free in Woods Hole beginning at 6 PM. Located just steps from Woods Hole Inn, Quicks Hole Tavern is at 29 Railroad Ave. With a hint of spring in the air, there’s no better time to enjoy a sunset and date night in Woods Hole Village!

 

 

 

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