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Provincetown dinners

brucewein Aug 20, 2011 05:17 PM

Looking for some good ,not overly expensive restaurants in Ptown.
No meat---fish great
Have 10 nites

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  1. phelana RE: brucewein Aug 20, 2011 06:42 PM

    Here is where I have been and loved:

    Jimmy's Hideaway
    Ross's Grill

    Here is where I am going end of Sept.: Victors..rave reviews..

    What about Blackfish in nearby Truro?

    Try Karoo Kafe for lunch please and report back...

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    1. re: phelana
      Rhody Rogue RE: phelana Aug 20, 2011 08:39 PM

      You might want to try Bubalas. My wife and I had a wonderful dinner there a couple of weeks a go.

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        halaby88 RE: phelana Aug 25, 2011 08:46 PM

        I second Karoo Kafe. It's one of the few South African restaurants I've encountered in the Northeast and it's very good. Casual atmosphere, decent prices, a lot of fun overrall. Also, they have a little grocery store where you can buy things like Fruit Pastilles and Ouma Rusks.

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        magiesmom RE: brucewein Aug 21, 2011 05:57 AM

        I love Napi's and it has lots of fish and vegetarian choices. and parking.
        I still mourn the passing of Clem and Ursie's

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

        1. Berheenia RE: brucewein Aug 21, 2011 10:01 AM

          You might like the fish fry on Fridays at Fanizzi's but get a reservation Also great fish on other nights plus parking and views if that is a consideration.

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          1. re: Berheenia
            lavendula RE: Berheenia Aug 9, 2012 08:06 AM

            I'd recommend Devons :)

            1. re: lavendula
              thos RE: lavendula Aug 9, 2012 11:34 AM

              Just got back from the Cape (12 days) and tried many places, most quite good some blah. In P-town our two best were The Mews and Victors. The Mews is not cheap, but we felt, very well worth it. Gorgeous dining room and very good service. Victors is quite elegant as well, but very bright. They offer a "small plate" type menu, most under $20, many under $15. Most portions were NOT small and were very tasty. We could have ordered a lot less and felt full. In addition, they offer a raw bar happy hour from 4-5 P.M. Order a nice glass of wine then enjoy oyster, shrimp and clams for $1 each! Yummy.

              Lobster Pot is more mundane, but what they do they do well and at decent prices. Karoo Kafe is also reasonable and totally unique. If you haven't tried South African food it's a must. I have been happy at Napi as well. Amazingly varied menu.

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                thos RE: thos Aug 10, 2012 11:38 AM

                One more thing. At Victor's if you order between 5 and 6 (they call it the sunset special) all food items are 20% off, making for an even greater bargain.

          2. drewinmrblhd RE: brucewein Aug 9, 2012 12:13 PM

            Best deal in town is the Mayflower. Karoo Cafe is also superb and unique for the area

            1. masha bousha RE: brucewein Aug 10, 2012 04:41 AM

              I second the nomination for Napi's.

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