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Grand Central

March 4, 2011 5:43 pm0 comments

altThis cozy little restaurant is located down an alleyway on Masonic Place, right across from the Atlantic House. Grand Central serves seafood, pasta dishes, steaks, and nightly specials at reasonable prices. Come as you are. Dine inside, outside on the deck, enjoying the night air, or upstairs in the bar area. A fun and relaxed atmosphere. 5 Masonic Place 508.487.7599

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Enzo

4:16 pm0 comments

altNamed after the man who made Ferrari an international household word, this fabulous restaurant proudly supports Cape Cod farms by using fresh, local seafood, meats, and produce. Enjoy Chef Joseph “Maestro” Williams’ masterful creations with treats such as ruby red grapefruit, avocado and Provincetown lobster cocktail, or the panko-crusted halibut with a jicama, snow pea,

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The Mews Restaurant

February 23, 2011 2:15 am0 comments

altThe Mews Restaurant & CafĂ© offers two floors of unparalleled waterfront dining, with vistas stretching up and down Provincetown’s sedate fishing harbor. The beach-level dining room serves a fine-dining menu in a light, airy atmosphere. In contrast to the downstairs, the

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Edo Sushi

1:21 am0 comments

altOne of Provincetown’s newest restaurants, Edo Sushi Express is headed by Cynthia and Thihan Tun, experienced sushi chefs with over a decade of experience. What makes Edo Sushi so special is the Tuns’ insistence on top quality ingredients, not only for the fish itself, but also for

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chach

1:07 am0 comments

altFor a low-key meal that will knock your socks off, check out Chach, a cheerful upscale diner well worth a wander off the beaten path. Now in their 6th season, partners Chach Briseno and Sharon Bowes cook up everything from Huevos Rancheros and specialty scrambles to grilled Cuban sandwiches and multicultural salads. Seasonally inspired specials tempt

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Bubala’s by the bay

12:13 am0 comments

altThis fun and casual eatery on the waterfront is now in its 17th season, and it is one of the best places in town for al fresco dining. Its 30 tables overlook Commercial Street and provide a great place to eat and watch the passersby. But it’s the food that draws people in. From the brunch/lunch menu, served daily starting at 11 a.m., there are the Huevos

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The Bistro at Crowne Pointe

February 22, 2011 11:28 pm0 comments

altSet inside an historic sea captain’s mansion, with views of the Pilgrim Monument, the Bistro at Crowne Pointe serves contemporary American cuisine using the freshest organic and local ingredients. The knowledgeable wait staff provides attentive, first-class service. The menu

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