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hhodgdon May 27, 2014 03:24 PM

We are going to p-town for our "mini-moon" and staying at the Crown Point Inn. Already have reservations for Victor's, Ceraldi (now in Wellfleet) and Devon's. Looking for any additional recs - anywhere else that is not to be missed? Thoughts on more casual places to have lunch or dinner? We are adventurous and would love to hit up some spots that have a lively atmosphere!

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    magiesmom RE: hhodgdon May 28, 2014 04:53 AM

    Mac's
    shack

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      QuakerInBoston RE: hhodgdon May 28, 2014 07:21 AM

      I had dinner at Ross Grill last time I was there. Gorgeous view, very solid food.

      I would not miss the Harbor Lounge! It is a really cool bar with couches and gigantic windows looking out to the ocean. Fantastic.

      1. masha bousha RE: hhodgdon May 28, 2014 09:38 AM

        I second the rec on Ross Grill. I also really like Napi's. I had excellent meals at both places last summer. I would suggest reservations for both places.

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          Bellachefa RE: hhodgdon May 28, 2014 10:22 AM

          congrats! have you considered doing an Art's Dune Tour? Might be fun and romantic to get out on the sand. Haven't done it but their 3 hour sunset/dinner/bonfire might be well worth looking into since it's your honeymoon.

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            labbear RE: hhodgdon Jun 20, 2014 10:30 PM

            I recommend the Red Inn, Edwige at Night, Front Street, Jimmy's Hideaway, and Ross' Grill. I've had great meals at all of these. I'm very curious to try Mac's Seafood on Shank Painter Rd. Outside of Ptown, I've heard phenomenal things about PB Boulangerie in Wellfleet. I've already made my reservations for all of these but Mac's.

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              CapeCodGuy RE: labbear Jun 21, 2014 03:12 AM

              PB Boulangerie is universally, and deservedly praised highly for it's pastries and breads, but most are very disappointed with its dinner service. Haven't tried Macs in PTown personally, but as you probably know, the Welfleet fine dining version (Mac's Shack) is terrific, albeit expensive.

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                Berheenia RE: CapeCodGuy Jun 22, 2014 09:50 AM

                Thanks for the reminder about Macs in PTown as it wasn't open yet when we were last there in July 2013. Hope it retains some of the Clem and Ursie's mojo plus I am excited about the $1 Happy Hour 3-5 too.

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              OuterCapeFoodie RE: hhodgdon Jun 22, 2014 03:04 PM

              Don't know what CapeCod Guy has heard about PB. But I've had wonderful lunches and dinners there.

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