Seafood or comfort food, sandwich or sushi, Provincetown’s culinary scene offers all kinds of good eating. Here are our picks for the Top 4 restaurants, just a few blocks away from The Provincetown Hotel at Gabriel’s.


Historic bars in Provincetown

Historian Richard Olsen at Napis bar

Napi’s is has one of the most eclectic dining rooms in Provincetown. A year-round restaurant with great culinary traditions, it offers a top of the line variety of fine meats, seafood and vegetarian dishes as well as a well stocked selection of spirits. Great for just the two of you or a large celebratory party.

7 Freeman Street, (508) 487-1145, Open in season for lunch and dinner.

Restaurant at The Crown

You can’t miss the best Lobster Mac N’ Cheese on the Cape at The Crown. This centrally located restaurant offers a great variety of culinary picks, a great bar selection and live music from a Provincetown-favorite Bobby Wetherbee. Three popular Provincetown night scenes: Wave Bar, The Vault, and The Paramount featuring music and comedy shows just steps away!

247 Commercial Street, (508) 487-1430, Open in season for lunch and dinner.

Tin Pan Alley

A relatively new Provincetown restaurant, Tin Pan Alley is off to a great start. Good music and inventive cocktails combined with talented musicians makes Tin Pan Alley a sure pick.  Indulge in jazz accompanied with a smooth Pear Blossom cocktail.

269 Commercial Street, (508) 487-1648, Open in season for lunch and dinner.

The Canteen

This award-winning restaurant with a diverse menu and casual atmosphere is a raving success! The Canteen offers a variety of relatively fast and healthy lunch and dinner options. This is the place to go for tasty and inventive cuisine, friendly atmosphere and a great patio with the view of the bay.

255 Commercial Street, (508) 487-3800, Open in season for lunch and dinner.