Provincetown Art Guide with fine dining 2008 fifth anniversary edition


fine dining

International & Vegetarian Cuisine

7 Freeman Street • 508.487.1145, 800.571.6274 • free parking, call for reservations

Located on a winding street full of colorful sunflowers and roses is a unique restaurant called Napi’s. There you will enjoy the finest local seafood, international dishes and vegetarian cuisine surrounded by the works of local artists, antique stained glass and carousel horses. Air conditioned dining. Serving dinner nightly from 5pm. Early Birds from 5-6pm.

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American Bistro & Wine Bar

237 Commercial Street (2nd floor Whaler’s Wharf) • 508.487.8878 • closed Tuesdays, reservations accepted

An American bistro and wine bar. Dine on an eclectic and mouth-watering menu prepared from scratch; people-watch from our fabulous square bar while enjoying spectacular harbor views. Signature dishes include Steak Frites, featuring our famous hand-cut French fries and Crispy Tuscan Cod with garlic-mashed potatoes and sautéed baby spinach. Our Raw Bar features the freshest local selections we can procure, including Wellfleet oysters and delicate local Littleneck clams. Portions are ample and prices are reasonable. Choose from 75 wines by the glass. Reservations recommended.

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Great Pub Grub

335 Commercial Street • 508.487.5804

The Squealing Pig features the best fish and chips in New England, rousing bands, quiet sessiuns, big screen sporting events and pub quiz Wednesdays. Sample our genuine Irish breakfast on weekends and our fabulous hog and surf burgers anytime, while sipping a pint from one of the best beer selections on Cape Cod. A favorite among locals year round! And if you’re lucky, you might just meet one of Ireland’s favorite storytellers, Patrick Carragher.

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