It’s almost time to put the umbrellas away after an awesome season in Provinctown. The Surf Club Restaurant, at the beginning of MacMillan Wharf, has been enjoyed by many enthusiastic diners.
“The Surf Club has been a household name in Provincetown since the late 1950’s. We are a third-generation local institution, housed in our iconic seaside location, with sweeping views of our wonderful town.
Our atmosphere is all things ocean. Engulfed with sea side sounds and the comings and goings of the pier, combined with hyper local seafood, tasty beverages served by welcoming staff and a community of locals, day trippers, artists and everyone else visits the Surf Club Restaurant for a great drink and a classic New England meal.”
I liked this photograph of the umbrellas all folded up with the stormy sky in the background. Pretty pastel colors, don’t you think? Have you ever been to the Surf Club?
“The Canteen is a casual New England eatery that uses high-quality ingredients to create Cape Cod favorites from scratch. Our menu and style of service is rooted in the tradition of classic seafood shacks, but influenced by modern American cuisine.”
“We believe a restaurant should be more than just a place to eat. We built the Canteen to be a gathering place, a spot where everyone — local or visitor, artists or fisherman, culinary adventurous 8 year-old or fish-and-chips-loving 88 year-old — can find a seat and something great to eat.” Have you ever eaten at The Canteen?
I always love the drive out onto MacMillan Pier and then the drive back into town. The wind was blowing and the flags stood out straight! So classic Provincetown… simply beautiful.
John’s Foot Long has “the freshest seafood, foot long hot dogs, and homemade soups. A favorite spot for visitors and residents! Take out or eat in on our porch with outdoor seating.”
Such an fun place in downtown P’town! Did you know that the Grab Brothers Band have a song about John’s Foot Longs called “Where’s the Relish?” Pretty cool…
“The Lobster Pot is a Provincetown Tradition and the iconic neon lobster sign has guided generations of guests to our door. People come from around the world to experience our fresh seafood, an amazing view of Provincetown Harbor and outstanding Cape Cod hospitality!
The McNulty family took over operations in 1979 with the goal of providing an authentic Cape Cod dining experience in a comfortable setting. Focused on quality food and supported by impressive service, the Lobster Pot is an institution like no other and part of what makes Provincetown so special.”
The Lobster Pot is a definite “must” when you come to P’town! Have you ever been there?