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Why choose a Yarmouth, Cape Cod restaurant?

Yarmouth restaurants have award winning chowder and some of the best seafood around. You can grab a quick bite to bring to the beach or go out to a fancy dinner. Whether you want to sit in comfortable air conditioning or outside on the deck a Yarmouth restaurant can suit your needs.


ServSafe food safety recertification course for expired or expiring certificate. December 14th at the Barnstable County Complex. $75.


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Yarmouth Restaurant Association
P. O. Box 10
South Yarmouth Ma 02664
Y.R.A. phone 508-760-1400
Murf@PineShoresRE.com
Web Site www.Caperestaurants.com
Web Site www.yarmouthrestaurants.com

Dues For 2020———$95.00

Please mail dues to:
Yarmouth Restaurant Ass.
P O Box 10
South Yarmouth Ma 02664

(For the small amount for dues you become a member of the Largest RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION on the Cape)

Reduced rate for Food service training and Certificate
Reduced rate for Alcohol T.I.P. Training now required by the Town

Other events, which will involve the Association, are:

T i P S

The True Tip training course will be offered at a reduced price for members of the Yarmouth Restaurant Association!

Call or e-mail for dates and information: Tom Murphy, 508-760-1400, Murf@PineShoresRE.com

Yarmouth Restaurant Assn. Dues for 2020 $95.00

Please include:

Mail check to:
Yarmouth Restaurant Assn.
P O Box 10 South Yarmouth

508-775-1670

Murf@PineShoresRE.com

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Upcoming Changes in Merchant Processing

Upcoming changes in merchant processing scheduled for October this year. Biggest change is the acceptance of smart card technology aka chip cards. EMV (which stands for Europay, MasterCard, Visa) is the global standard for chip card acceptance. While chip card acceptance is not mandatory, what will occur in October is a liability shift to the merchant in the event of card present counterfeit fraud losses. Ultimately the credit card industry is saying, a business doesn’t have to be EMV compliant but, if they choose not to be, the liability of fraud losses will shift to be their financial responsibility.

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