Even though we think we found the best chowder on the Cape, the search continues (slowly). We recently visited the Port, in Harwichport, MA. The Port is a trendy restaurant with a bustling atmosphere and great bar scene. We haven’t been in a while, but we were impressed. The chowder at the Port had a great consistancey, not too thick for us, but not watery. It had nice chunks of potatoes, lots of bacon, and a great taste (our waitress asked if we wanted fresh ground pepper, but we did not think that this one needed it). Our biggest complaint would be the lack of clams. We are guessing that the price of clams makes it difficult for restaurants to put bigger pieces in, but that was the only thing missing from this chowder. It is a great choice if you want to sit at the bar, have a drink, and talk to some of the locals.