Celebrity Chef Michele Ragussis Takes on The Central House by Jeannette de Beauvoir “I always wondered what it would be like to live in Provincetown,” says executive chef Michele Ragussis. “I actually ran away here once when I was 15. I always said, even then, that I wondered what it [...]
by Steve Desroches During this long, long winter there was a day when anyone driving down Shank Painter Road noticed...
The Mews Restaurant celebrates 50 years. by Steve Desroches Ron Robin loves to put on a show. As a self described “ham,”...
Norman Barry, Trampolina, and Hillary Gambrill at the opening of Tin Pan Alley. Photo: Peter Donnelly by Steve Desroches Spring...
by Rebecca M. Alvin Something has changed at The Purple Feather Café & Treatery this year. It happened late in the summer and it may have escaped your notice, but the Purple Feather has undergone a shift. While it still offers an incredible array of decadent chocolate desserts, great coffee, [...]Read more ›
by Gillian Drake Though it’s only been open for a few years, Ten Tables is fast becoming known as one of the town’s finest restaurants. If you love culinary adventures, this is the place for you—the food is creative and interesting, and the chef obviously enjoys playing with flavors and [...]Read more ›
by Rebecca M. Alvin High atop a hill on Bradford Street, the Crowne Pointe Historic Inn and Spas sits overlooking the town. The Inn includes six buildings, including a beautifully restored sea captain’s mansion that now houses The Pointe, a restaurant that manages to offer both a fine dining menu [...]Read more ›
by Jeannette de Beauvoir “The question we asked ourselves last year, as we celebrated our 50th anniversary,” says Tony Zampella, general manager of Sal’s Place, “is how we can continue to preserve the old Provincetown that the restaurant represents … and bring more relevance to it in the 21st century.” [...]Read more ›
by Rebecca M. Alvin Chef Devon Gilroy stands at an imposing height with tattoos covering both arms. But it is his smiling eyes and boyish grin that best reflect his demeanor. There isn’t a trace of arrogance, and yet, when the Central House Restaurant executive chef talks about his food, [...]Read more ›
by Jeannette de Beauvoir “We got such a late start on the season,” HOT L Bar & Grille owner Dana Heilman confesses, “that we weren’t sure what would happen, if staff would show up, if customers would show up … but they all did, and here we are!” Managing partner [...]Read more ›