Just about every restaurant in town has seafood as part of their menus. Because we’re located on Cape Cod, seafood restaurants in Provincetown, MA are easy to come by. Below are those that base their main focus on the sea.
Lobster Pot, 321 Commercial Street, 508-487-0842
You can’t go wrong at this Provincetown landmark with bay views. The Pot offers a wide range of fresh seafood dishes and great Clam Chowder as well as Lobster Bisque. They also have a lounge upstairs called “The Top of the Pot”. Extremely popular, expect a wait after 7 pm in the peak season. They don’t take reservations. If you didn’t make dinner reservations and you are having a tough time getting into other places this is always a great option.
Mac’s Seafood, 85 Shank Painter Rd. (508) 487-6227
Provincetown’s most establiched seafood restaurant is not to be missed. Offering a full sushi and raw bar, as well as a diverse menu and a new list of beers on tap. They also have a walk-up counter for ice cream and fried seafood in the peak summer season.
If you love seafood, but are seeking something beyond seafood cuisine, explore other Provincetown restaurants in our area, including bars, lounges and grilles featuring a variety of cultural cuisines.
Balena, 247 Commercial Street at the Crown & Anchor Complex, 508-487-1430
Casual, popular spot for lunch or dinner in the center of town. Entertainment is often provided during brunch and some evenings.
Jimmy’s Hideaway, 179 Commercial Street, 508-487-1011
They serve inspired American cooking with European touches in their subterranean haunt with a fully-stocked bar. You can also dine outdoors on thier patio or picnic tables with spectacular views of Provincetown Harbor!
Front Street, 203 Commercial Street, 508-487-9715
Very popular award-winning cuisine with an Italian slant. Reservations are a must. In July and August call a few days before.
Joon Bar, 133 Commercial Street, 508-413-9336
Formerly located upstairs at what was The Vixen, this wine bar now offers delicious small plates as well as a fantastic variety of wine, cocktails and craft beers. Reservations recommended.
The Mews, 429 Commercial Street, 508-487-1500
One of Provincetown’s oldest staples. Casual café with water views and a more formal dining room practically on the beach. Also a good choice for brunch.
Red Inn, 15 Commercial Street, 508-487-7334
Incredible views of Provincetown harbor from the dining room and great outside deck for cocktails. Gourmet food, some of the best in town served in a 200-year-old house. A healthy walk from the center of town going West, but well worth it. Reservations a must well in advance.
Ross’ Grill, Located on the second floor of Whaler’s Wharf, 508-487-8878
European bistro atmosphere overlooking the harbor with great harbor views. A good place for lunch or dinner.
Victor’s, 175 Bradford Street Ext., 508-487-1777
Victor’s offers a delicious “small plates” dinner menu of New American cuisine, sized for tasting and sharing with friends. Victor’s dishes are served individually at their hottest, freshest, in an open, airy, light atmosphere. Limited parking available.
In addition to the variety Provincetown restaurants featuring a selection of cuisine options, you can opt for casual dining. There are many casual restaurants in Provincetown, MA for those looking for a quick bite to eat before moving on their way to explore the rest of what the town has to offer.
Yolqueria, 401 Commercial Street, 508-487-0600
Small intimate outdoor café and restaurant on the bay with excellent food. Breakfast and Lunch.
Liz’s Cafe Anybody’s Bar,– 31 Bradford Street, 508-413-9131
A bit out of the way and off the beaten path, but worth it. They offer excellent food with a casual atmosphere.
The Canteen, 225 Commercial Street, 508-487-3800
A casual walk up to the counter, place your order and then They’ll bring it to you kind of place. They offer a hot lobster roll, drizzled with butter and served on a toasted, buttered brioche bun. Also, try the brussels sprouts!
Aquarium Market Place Food Court, 205 Commercial Street
This 1920s building was originally a garage, then an aquarium, and is now a food court, with a variety of businesses serving crowd-pleasing dishes, including Connie’s Bakery, Big Daddy’s Burritos, I Dream of Gelato, Fortune Cookie, One Love Café, and Mean Burgers. Pop in for a browse and a bite, then settle in for a front-seat waterfront cocktail at the Aqua Bar.
The Mayflower, 300 Commercial Street, 508-487-0121
Diner-like atmosphere and a Provincetown fixture since 1926. They aren’t fancy. They keep things pretty simple. If you are looking for a varied menu with reasonably priced food, then look no further.
Far Land Provisions, 150 Bradford Street, 508-487-0045
A local market located just 2 doors from us. They offer groceries, beer, wine and a limited selection of spirits as well as delicious sandwiches and meals to go.