Just returned from 4 days in Provincetown. Had dinner at the Mews, was nice but rushed and food was "ok". We had dinner at Napis and it was awful. The owner is this old drinker guy who walks around the rest trying to talk to everyone was not a good time and the food wasnt any better. We then decided to have dinner for the last two nights at The Bistro at crowne Pointe and it was great. They have only 30 seats and you can sit and enjoy the view and food without being rushed. The wine list was the best I have seen in a while. Check out the menu, really cool and the food was "excellent" dont miss it. Plus they have free parking a real bonus. www.crownepointe.com
Well, I ended up going to Devon's which was very good. The Red Inn was outstanding. For lunch we ate at Blue Light which was also really good. We tried Sal's on the West End, but I was quite disappointed. Service was stellar, but the food was not up to par.
Oh, and Clem and Ursie's for the raw bar happy hour. Yum.
We were there in early September and enjoyed our meals at Ross's Grill at the end of Whaler's Wharf and at Devon on East end of Commercial.
Devon is our regular breakfast place. But we look forward to a lovely dinner on the patio each year.
The Mews hasn't changed in years but you can still count on a fun crowd at the bar and good food.
We did a lot of take-out from Angel Foods. They do a fabulous roast chicken that will feed us for a few days. They do a great steak salad and very good sandwiches.
We heard good things about Cafe Edwige and a couple of positive comment about Level at the Commons but didn't get up enough energy to dine out that often.
We turn into deck and beach creatures within hours of arriving there.