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Jan 12, 2013 02:07 PM

Winter recommendations in Provincetown?

My fiancée and I are going to P'town next weekend, and are looking for lunch and dinner recs. Casual is fine for lunch; dinner can be casual or formal, but we need to keep it under $100 for two, including wine. We'll have a car so can travel, but would prefer not to have to drive more than 15-20 minutes each way.

I know our choices will be a bit limited at this time of year, so suggestions would be very helpful. Thanks!

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  1. I've never been disappointed with Napi's and I know that they are open year-round. I love the diversity of the menu and they make a killer Bloody Mary. It's pretty casual and the prices are very reasonable (even with a glass of wine or two!)

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    1. Jimmy's Hideaway is great. It's quite cozy so perfect for a winter dining experience.

      1. Agree totally with dordalina. We've been enjoying Napi's for many years. It's not great cuisine, but it's consistently good. And the atmosphere and decor are totally unique. They're open for lunch in the offseason only to cater to permanent residents, which is really nice. Have a wonderful weekend!

        1. Don't miss Karoo Kafe for lunch!

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          1. re: drewinmrblhd

            As with many of my faves, Karoo Kafe is closed for the season.

            On the weekend this time of year you will find Ross Grill for dinner, also The Mews, Jimmy's Hideaway, Lorraine's and Fanizzi's. You can get a good to excellent meal at all of these (plus Napi's as previously mentioned) Not sure who's open for lunch other than Fanizzi and Napis.