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Eat Your Way Through Provincetown: Amazing Food, Even in the Offseason

Marc Hurwitz for NECN


Given that Cape Cod is basically one big sandbar surrounded by water, it is no secret that once the temperatures start dropping, the crowds start to dissipate as well. This is especially true for the communities further out on the Lower Cape where many of the bustling seaside shacks along Route 6 are locked up and dark this time of year. And this is also the case for a number of dining and drinking spots in Provincetown, even though this charming community at the end of the peninsula retains at least some of its population as the winter approaches. A handful of options do remain open deep into the fall and winter (and some remain open all year long), and they run the gamut from romantic restaurants to old-school watering holes. 


Starting in the charming and artsy-feeling East End, a must for couples and people who love cozy spots is Ciro & Sal's (4 Kiley Court), a tough-to-find restaurant just off Commercial Street at the end of a dead-end road. Northern Italian fare is front and center here (including pasta with butter sauce, pesto, Veal Milanese, and shrimp broiled in butter), and its fireplace, candlelit tables, exposed brick, and low ceilings make for a perfect date-night spot. 


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