“Ninety percent of Salt Supply’s inventory is USA-made, and the shop features original designs from local (New England) designers.”
One of Provincetown’s newest shops is an offshoot of one of Provincetown’s established inns: Kevin O’Shea, owner of the Salt House, has now opened Salt Supply on Commercial Street, carrying items that creative director Nicole Packard says are “hard to find in town.” There’s a little of everything here: greeting cards, beach supplies, gifts…”I choose things I like,” says Packard simply. Ninety percent of Salt Supply’s inventory is USA-made, and the shop features original designs from local (New England) designers. One of their fun features: survival kits that will help you through everything you experience on vacation, from the “overindulgence” kit to the “carry on cocktail” kit. You can get water bottles with the Ptown zip code on them, feather bow ties, or the ultimate beach tote made out of sea-grass. Check out Salt Supply for unique, one-of-a-kind things that are clearly Provincetown-centric, but don’t necessarily scream the fact: they’re classy, cool, and definitely a lot of fun.
Ptown Salt Supply
353 Commercial St.