Eating Out in ProvincetownEdit This
Napi's is a cute little house tucked a few blocks back from Commercial Street. The gardens are beautiful, friendly cats wander and sunbathe outside, and Napi himself (a white-haired Dutch man who looks a bit like a slimmer Santa Claus) can be spotted. One can dine upstairs or downstairs. The decor is cozy and unique...lots of local art and antiques. The food and drinks are excellent...clam chowder and Portuguese kale soup are both great, as would be expected in P-Town, and there is a wide variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian food from the world over.
Patio delivers the quintessential Provincetown experience. Locals and visitors alike flock to this hot spot to people-watch while keeping an eye on the wonderful crazy street scene. They all agree this newbie is the place to enjoy great cocktails and delicious New England cuisine in a laid back, yet cool atmosphere without having to rob a bank on the way to the dance club.Seafood, Steaks, Pasta, Salads, Sandwiches, Sushi, Burgers, Cocktails, Wine List
A very good place to eat in Provincetown, MA is The Ross Grill,
on the second floor of the new Whalers Wharf building , 237 Commercial
street, second floor, over looking the harbor. The owner-chef is Ken
Ross, formerly of Front Street restaurant in Provincetown. Very good
fresh local seafood & steaks, and a good bit more...Best wine
selection in town, with 75 in all, and 45 by the glass. Try the Steak
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The Mews Restaurant & Café offers fine waterfront dining on
two floors overlooking Provincetown Harbor in the east end art gallery
A famous restaurant on the waterfront, serving traditional seafood.