The Latest On Liam’s At Nauset Beach On Cape Cod


We took a drive to Nauset Beach yesterday to see what was going and 2/3s of the parking lot was blocked off. You could see a large excavator loading what looked like black top from next to Liam’s into a dump truck. Liam’s was still there.  We’ll take a ride down there again today to see what progress has been made. You can also see the old septic tanks which they must have brought up from the beach.

In the 2nd photograph you can see they take brought in LOTS of sand where the gazebo stood last week.  You can also see how close it is to the parking lot. Wow!

It will be very interesting to see what the town does with the beach and surrounding area and also how much the beach changes before summer…

For those who do not know the history of Liam’s at Nauset Beach: Liam’s at Nauset Beach has been a popular summer restaurant for 63 years, originally known as Philbrick’s Snack Shack. Jon Ohman took it over in 1990 and renamed it Liam’s. It is now teetering over the edge of the ocean at high tide on Nauset Beach due to the many Nor’ easters that we’ve had this winter.

2 thoughts on “The Latest On Liam’s At Nauset Beach On Cape Cod”

  1. With all due respect to Mother Nature, let’s raise a mug–strong coffee, herbal tea, or whatever tasty beverage–to the engineers who will help restore Nauset Beach! What a task!

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