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Wellfleet to Provincetown with baby in tow

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Bookistan Aug 8, 2010 06:24 PM

We'll be heading to Truro in a week, this year, with an infant grandson as part of our group. I'd be interested in dinner recommendations - restaurants in Wellfleet, Truro, or PTown that won't frown over our entrance with a baby (who so far, is for the most part very quiet). Any cuisine (the baby won't be eating!). Thanks for all recommendations.

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    luv2eatct Aug 9, 2010 07:36 AM

    We ate at the bookstore restaurant in wellfleet and the lobster pot in p town with two toddlers and an infant in tow and no evil eyes were to be found

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    1. re: luv2eatct
      phelana Aug 9, 2010 07:47 AM

      my now 18 year old started fine dining at one week. She was always well manner and well behaved...she even sat next to Columbus's descedants at the quinsentenial in Bermuda..having said that bakery at PB Boulangerie, Mac's Shack, Mews, Fanzini's in P Town and lunch at Bubabalas.

      I fed her first and planned dinners when she would be sleeping..as she became older she learned to be well mannered and when she was squirmy we left. I was lucky..she was a chowhound from early on so was easy to take out...

      :)

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      thos Aug 9, 2010 08:43 AM

      My choices for best food with the least amount of hassle for you would be: Napi for dinner, Lobster Pot and Bubala for lunch and Chach for breakfast in P-Town, Mac's Shack in Wellfleet and Babe's in North Truro both for dinner.

      I don't know of a place that would frown on having an infant guest, at least not on this part of the Cape, but the above places would be welcoming I think, and all have decent to excellent food.

      (WE haven't had much luck with places like Mob

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      Chach
      73 Shank Painter Rd, Provincetown, MA 02657

      Napi's Restaurant
      7 Freeman St, Provincetown, MA 02657

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