43 Places to go within a 3 Minute Walk of Downtown

Here is the answer to yesterday’s quiz: If you stand at the front door of the Red Nun as a starting point or the back door of the Red Nun for the businesses on Hall St. and Edwards Ave, all the below businesses are within a 3-5 minute walk. I’m adding 2 minutes to the 3 minutes in case you have children or pets accompanying you. I didn’t even include Ocean State Job Lot, the Pocket Park,  Mike Stacy Park , Village Green or the bocce courts.

Let’s start at the west end of downtown on the South side of Main St./Rt.28 and head East.

1. Cake & Islands, 2. South St. Depot, 3. The Oyster Company, 4. Pastiche’s, 5. Pizzazz, 6. Kape Kabab, 7. Dennis Public Library, 8. Wind River Massage Therapy, 9. Shampoo, 10. Teresa’s Nail Salon, 11. Dennis Port Laundromat, 12. Northside Thrift Store, 13. Jeremy’s Barber Shop, 14. Porter & Mags, 15. Hans De Castellane Gallery, 16. Aunties Ice Cream Parlor, 17. The Red Nun, 18. Power Yoga of Cape Cod, 19. Hot Diggity Dog, 20. West Bend Music, 21. Buckies, 22. Main St. Antique Center, 23. Greg Mentzer Studio, 24. Marine Liquors, 25. A New Restaurant ( No name yet ) 26. Highland Tax Office, 27. Rite Aid

Now let’s cross Main St. to the North side and walk West.

28. Dollar Tree Store, 29. BZ’s Restaurant, 30. En-ter-tain, 31. Sodium, 32. Arnie’s Gift Shack, 33. Tint Gallery, 34. Faces, 35. LaBelle’s General Store, 36. Mid Cape Garage Doors, 37. Summer Shop, 38. The Bath House, 39. Organic Market, 40. Improper Bostonian, 41. New Home of Dickey Insurance, 42. Brother’s, 43. Barbo’s

To summarize our short walk through the downtown Dennis Port area. You have tons of food choices at several restaurants and sub shops, we have 2 Interior Designers, 2 Hair Salons, Nail Salon and a Barber. We have an Insurance agent, nightly entertainment, Bocce courts, Playground, Pharmacy, Gift shops, Art galleries, Clothing stores, Several Artisans, A Dog Boutique, Yoga, Musical lessons, Furniture stores, Organic food, Pastries, Public Library and more. Downtown Dennis Port is alive and well !!! Come on down and support your local businesses.