We visit the Monkey bar frequently after the late afternoon/early evening dancing that permeates the Cape. You're done dancing by 7 p.m. and hungry! The Monkey Bar can accommodate larger groups -- we've called ahead and had a table for 14 people made up. The prime rib on a recent evening was very good. One member of our party said it was the best prime rib she'd had in years. My favorite is the Pasta New Orleans: angel hair pasta in a spicy cream sauce, with fresh vegetables, shrimp, bay scallops and a piece of fish. That runs about $18. We also had the clam chowder, which was very good. A bowl was $2 with a meal. The service is always friendly and speedy. The decor is typical bar, with plastic and plush monkeys hanging here and there. Inside there are white tablecloths, still with the monkeys!