“Wood fired and inspired” are the catch words at the Firefly Woodfire Grill and Bar in historic Falmouth Village. Our seasonal menus created by chef/owners Kevin Dell’Arciprete and Neil Lindenmayer feature creative contemporary American cuisine and classic comfort food favorites in a warm and casual upscale atmosphere.
From our signature grill, enjoy fresh local seafood and choice meats cooked over a live hard wood fire. The beach stone oven, visible in our open kitchen, features thin crust gourmet pizzas, extensive vegetarian offerings and traditional Cape Cod seafood favorites. We feature full bar service, assorted micro-brewed beers and an extensive wine list for your enjoyment.
We’re open for lunch and dinner seven days a week. Al Fresco sidewalk dining available during the summer months. For great food and attentive service, let us provide you with a truly memorable dining experience.
Public parking is available directly across the street and private parking is available behind the restaurant. Firefly offers access from both locations.
In all businesses, customer satisfaction is at the top of the list of things that matter most. That is why we chose to be a restaurant that offered more to our customers. We did the research, we asked our customers what they wanted, and at the end of the day the main thing they wanted was true country cooking. It has taken a lot of effort and even more research, but the result became our menu’s outstanding amount of wild game and people come from all over to sample our Wild Game Specials.
Why Wild Game?
There are a lot of people who hunt for their food. They enjoy the hunt and they enjoy the way their meat tastes with a hint of “wild” to it. However, there are other people who are not skilled at hunting. They use to have to wait on others to bring them meat that had been caught in the great outdoors. This meant they would have to go months or years without their favorite meal. We changed all of that. Now, people can come to us and eat the foods they enjoy the most. Our first task, though was to find a true hunter that would be willing to sell their catch to us.
We Scored Big “Bucks”
Our customers loved what we were trying to do when we began talking about the possibility of wild game food options. The task ahead of us then included finding a skilled hunter or two to help supply us with the meats that were available during certain seasons. Not everyone has the ability to go out and catch wild hogs or deer.
Finding the right hunter was not an easy task and it did not take us long to see why other restaurants do not offer it as a menu option. We interviewed many people who claimed to be hunters, and a lot of them seemed to simply want a check for killing their friends hog or something. Eventually, though, we did succeed. We found a few men who used only quality guns. Their gun had a long range rifle scope on it and they knew where to go to catch anything we wanted to serve on our menu.
How They Do It?
We were curious about how they could pull off catching these beautiful creatures. For me, it was almost like they knew which animals would taste the best and they would provide us with enough meat to serve the entire area for a week at a time after a single hunting trip. All of our hunters say they had done their research too. They knew that they had found the best rifle scope for AR 15 and used only bullets that would get the job done. They used the long range scopes and powerful bullets because it would allow them to not spook the animal they were hunting. It seems that by not spooking the animal or simply causing injury, the meat would taste better. Regardless of what causes their meats to taste great, we are glad that they are here to help us get the food we need to make our customers happy. The Wild Game Special is always a hit and it is well worth the effort.
Choose Something You Both Enjoy
If your partner in life wants a Star Trek themed wedding, but you hate Star Trek, would you want to have a million photos of your wedding with you dressed up as a character from it? The same could be said if you prefer a vintage style wedding and your partner wants a modern wedding with a lot of black and red in the color scheme. The key is to find a theme that you both can agree on and one of the most important questions to ask wedding photographer if they can handle that. That way, when you share your wedding photos with your future children and grandchildren, you will both be happy with the images you see captured forever on film.
Choose a Theme that Matches the Season
You do not necessarily have to launch fireworks in your backyard to have a summer wedding, but you may want to consider having your guests and bridal party wear clothing that is more suitable to that season. Some truly unique ideas may include a spring wedding where “rainy weather” is the theme. That way, if it does rain, your bridesmaids and guests will already be wearing their rain boots. Christmas or frosty themes are a great way to celebrate a wintery wedding much the same as creating a warmer theme. When you choose to have a theme that is perfect for the season of your wedding, you free yourself up to a lot of really cool ideas. In some cases, it may also make finding flowers easier as well if you base your theme on the season and which flowers are grown during it.
How Big Is Your Dream Wedding?
Hosting a wedding with 500 people, may be a little difficult in a small backyard area. The same can be said about renting a massive sized church if you only want a few people there to celebrate your special day. Ask yourself how much room and people do you really need with you on that day and then find a location and a theme that will work for your particular needs. If you are set on having a big wedding party, then find the place that will accommodate you and build your theme around what is already available at that location but be sure to hire the best wedding photographers money can buy. This will take a lot of the guess work about affordability out of the mix because you will not be spending more on things you will have no need for.
When trying to discover a theme for your wedding, finding the best wedding theme ideas for your ceremony may be a little complicated. However, in the end, if you are not impressed with the traditional white wedding with little splashes of color, putting in the effort will be worth it. It is, after all, a day that should be devoted to the things that make you and your partner happy and be an enjoyable experience for everyone involved in it. Later on in life, you and all of those you love, will have fond memories of your special day. That is all that a wedding should be.