We've been disappointed in Five Bays on both of the two occasions we've dined there in the past several months. The dining room, though divided in two distinct sections, is also right on top of a generally hoppingly noisy bar, and the soundproofing is quite absent...so it's always tough for conversation, even when the room isn't full. Then there's the less-than-friendly, one might almost say, offhanded, approach of the wait staff..(unless, I suspect, one is seen as one of the regular Ostervillians who seem to be the majority of diners.) The real letdown, however, is the menu. Though lately touted in "Edible Cape Cod" as inventive and locavore, the cuisine was quite average during our visits. The wine list, though extensive and wide-ranging, was overpriced, as was the food itself. This restaurant has certainly been better in past years, and though we'll probably try it again, given its convenient location, I fear it may be doing some laurel-resting, and that's a shame. This part of the cape needs its good restaurants!