Provincetown Art Guide with fine dining 2008 fifth anniversary edition




FINE DINING






fine dining
Babes Mediterranean Bistro

BABE’S MEDITERRANEAN BISTRO
Mediterranean & Persian

69 Shore Road, North Truro • 508.487.9955 • dinner nightly from 5:30,
Visa and Mastercard accepted • www.babestruro.com

Now beginning its second season, this cozy neighborhood bistro has garnered a devoted following with a unique menu focusing on the exotic and provocative flavors of the Eastern Mediterranean and North Africa. Chef/owner Peter Thrasher uses only the freshest of ingredients, often changing the menu depending on the availability of local seafood, or whatever new vegetables are coming out of his wife's organic garden. Dishes include Muhammara, a unique spread made with walnuts, roasted peppers, cuminseed, and pomegranate; Turkish Lamb Kebab, marinated with special Anatolian peppers; Moroccan Chicken Tagine, baked and served in a traditional clay pot with olives, fresh herbs, and preserved lemon.

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Bayside Betsys

BAYSIDE BETSY’S
Casual Fine American Dining

177 Commercial Street • 508.487.6566 • www.baysidebetsys.com • open year round *

Bayside Betsy’s is one of Provincetown’s most popular waterfront restaurants. We take advantage of the local seafood catch as well as fresh fish products flown in from around the world. Acclaimed internationally as the ultimate of all clam chowders, our recipe still is not duplicated anywhere. Enjoy our Harris Strong Art Collection. Our popular fare is Zagat rated, we are frequently Editor’s Choice recipients from a number of Cape Cod and East Coast publications, featured recently on TV Diner as one of the 11 best Seafood Restaurants in New England. We enjoy our guests and wish to make your Provincetown Dining Experience among the very best. Catering and functions a specialty.

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enzo

ENZO
French/Italian

186 Commercial Street • 508.487.7555 • dinner from 6pm • www.enzolives.com

Named after the man who made Ferrari an international household word, this fabulous restaurant features some surprising items, raising the bar with locally produced fresh ingredients. Classically trained chef Jeremiah Reardon brings a French Provençal influence to the menu. Try Serrano ham wrapped big-eyed tuna, served with foie gras, or the oyster tartar with beluga caviar. Wash these down with a top wine from our astonishing selection. After dinner, visit the Grotta Bar, a cozy downstairs enclave, featuring live music and signature cocktails. Enjoy the waterview, starlit dining on the outdoor patio or an intimate dinner in one of our newly renovated dining rooms.

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