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 Courtesy Bay Haven
 A popular destination for locals and tourists alike, Bay Haven Lobster Pound offers a varied menu and a lively bar scene.
not saving room for one of their many decadent and delicious desserts.
Just around the bend, another popular destination for diners is Bay Haven Lobster Pound. With an expan- sive seating area and a bustling bar scene, Bay Haven has something for everyone. At dinner time, the restaurant is soon full as loyal customers line up for this popular hot-spot. Busy servers rush by, deliver- ing huge trays laden with mounds of delicately fried seafood; lobsters, shrimp, scallops, stews and chow- ders. Casserole dishes loaded with clams and lobster, sumptuous scampi, mile-high mounds of onion rings and French fries fill the belly and satisfy the soul. And for the landlubber, there is everything from prime
rib and steak, to hot wings, hot dogs and even veggie burgers. Open for indoor dining year-round, their take-out window is a throw-back to yesteryear, giving a sentimental nod to simpler times.
With a strong sense of connection to the past, Cornish celebrates the nostalgia for those by-gone days, hosting a variety of popular fairs and festivals over the years. “We had the apple and strawberry festivals, bandstand concerts, a Vintage Baseball festival, Horseman’s day at the race track. People
Designed by John Calvin Stevens, the Leroy Pike Memorial Building is home to Cornish Town Hall.
 Christine Baptista

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