Why are you called THE TASTY?
It's the best adjective to describe what we do.

Do you take reservations?
At The Tasty we operate on a first-come, first-serve basis.  We do this for a few reasons.  Our intention in opening The Tasty was to provide a neighborhood restaurant where people could dine with us on any given day/evening, without having to "book a table" in advance.  

How does 'the list' work?
Our dining room opens at 5pm.  Should there be a wait, we will take names to form a guest list, that we will use throughout the night to seat the restaurant.  A full menu is also available at our bar and "at the window" (where there is a surprising little view of the harbor!).  

As a reminder, we are a small venue, with 40 seats only.   

You walk in the door, and one of two things happen:
1. You may be seated immediately if your entire party is present and we have an available table


2. We add your name and phone number to our wait list for the evening. Our host will provide you with an estimated time range for your seating. Once we have your contact information, you are welcome to grab a drink at our bar or to leave; we'll call when your seats are available later in the evening. 

Once we open for the evening, we take names in the order of arrival. Only one person needs to be present in order to be added to the list. We do not take any names over the phone for our wait list. In order to be seated, the whole party must be complete and present. 

As a reminder - we are a small restaurant and only have a finite number of tables; therefore wait times tend to escalate rather quickly.

How do you come up with so many original menu recipes?
We think about food ALL day. We are very hungry.

Do you offer vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free menu options?
Many of our menu items are made to order, with little or no prep.  We have fresh vegetables, grains, legumes, and other ingredients on hand that allow us to get creative and ensure that no-one leaves hungry.  With a little dialogue, we're confident that you'll enjoy a 'Tasty' meal, no matter what your dietary limitations.

What's the difference between pastrami and corned beef?
It's in the final preparation. They are the exact same cut and both are usually cured the same way. Corned beef is boiled, while pastrami is rubbed and smoked.



42 Court Street, Plymouth, MA 02360

Located in the heart of America's Hometown. Steps away from the 1820 Court House, the Mayflower II, and Plymouth Rock. Our downtown location is conveniently located minutes off of Route 3 and within walking distance of all downtown accommodations and most historical attractions.


Court street offers on street parking along its entire length. There is also access to multiple municipal lots surrounding the downtown area. Please note seasonal and local parking restrictions.  Get a detailed map and information here at Park Plymouth.

Historic Downtown Plymouth

Located conveniently off of Route 3 and a short ride south on Samoset, discover the Historic downtown and waterfront area. Park your car at one of the many convenient lots or spots and easily walk our neighborhood. Check out the Mayflower II, the renowned Plymouth Rock, our Pilgrim Museum and walk through one of America's oldest cemeteries at Burial Hill. Work up an appetite and visit some of our local joints. Stop by to see us for a unique meal, seasonal cocktail or just for a memorable conversation. Welcome to our neighborhood.

Park & Stroll

Despite common belief, parking downtown is very easy. There are a number of reasonable municipal lots, Court Street offers FREE parking for 2 hours until 7 when you are safe for the rest of the night, and metered, town and secular lots made available throughout the day and night.

Say hello to our tasty friends

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(508) 591-7302

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