We stopped in here after a day of cold whale watching- we warmed up quick! All things yummy include but not limited to- chili, tomato basil soup, mashed potatoes, burger, fish and chips, and chowder. No regrets!
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We weren't greeted for at least 5 minutes of standing at the door. Finally we were seating and we ordered some clams and bloody Mary's. The clams were fine but the bloody Mary's were super bland tasted like v8 and well vodka for $13. Also...More
We were in Provincetown just for an afternoon and wanted to find a place for a quick bite.....we certainly chose the right place! It was perfect for what we were looking for. Sat at the bar itself, and the bartender was out-going and friendly. Even...More
My boyfriend and I stopped in for a couple beers and some oysters (plus an eventual burger and fries, because... pub) on a hot day in September. They had a great selection of beer (they had Goose Island Oktoberfest, which made me happy as a...More
I stopped in one evening following a concert downtown at Town Hall. Everything on the menu looked and sounded tempting--I was famished. The waitress appeared quickly, and just as quickly returned with my drink order. I ordered the fish and chips...Wow...delicious, hot, crispy, everything was...More
Great, large, fresh oysters. The sandwiches are delicious and large. Salads come with the food, so you don't have to say, No fries. Several different types and tastes of foods. One of my favorite places in P-Town!
Well done pub food at this welcoming, though a bit noisy, restaurant on the main drag in Provincetown. Service was friendly and accommodating, beer list was excellent and food was great. A good place for lunch.
Went here for dinner during a recent trip to P-town. My husband and I shared fish and chips and a burger. Both were very well cooked and very tasty. We were very happy with our meals. A bit on the pricey side for a burger...More
not much to add beyond the title; great chowder and good beer. busy place at lunchtime and gave the impression it was popular with the locals as well as the grockles.