There are no better chocolate eclairs anywhere. I look forward to having as many as I can when visiting Provincetown. It's my big vacation splurge.
I love their pastries and sandwiches. Reasonable prices. Fast service, Very popular. I would go back again next time we go to Provincetown.
The best fried dough in town, if you are into sweets. If you want a hearty or light breakfast your palate will be satisfied. This is a local hot spot everyone frequents so don't be surprised if you see a line outside and around the building .. the food is amazing!
This use to be Portuguese food and delicious like old times real Portuguese Food like comfort food. They change owners and Portuguese food is non more. I now real Portuguese food and this place are far from making the real food.The pastries are not real have lots of box pudding as fillings,dough boys very poor taste and very thick,very expensive... More
We've gone here a bunch of times over the years. It's pretty no-nonsense inside. The tables look like fast food booths, you help yourself to coffee in the back, there is an older gentleman manning the grill in the front that I think has been there forever, and the decorations haven't changed for years. And all of those things make... More
Stop in here and get some of their specialties, you won't be disappointed. Made fresh .....yummy goodness!
Though I'm of Portuguese decent, I've not had much exposure to Portuguese cuisine. I know about this place, because I've been visiting P'town yearly since 1977. They serve a good, cheap breakfast, but also have amazing pastries and baked goods. This place is family run. In the window they always display a sheet of malasadas.... a version of fried dough,... More
as i walked around this quaint wonderful town i was looking for a place to get a bite to eat. boy did i get lucky with this one! the man was making all the meals right in front of us! as we all watched him grill & cut & slice & put together our very different sandwiches, we were all... More
Love this place. Love the owner. Love the food and coffee. No matter where I stay in town, I walk to the bakery every morning for coffee. Great place. Very friendly.
This tiny small place, we almost missed, is right on Commercial Street. It is first a bakery, but it offers sandwiches from the grill. I had the chicken tender sandwich on a Portuguese Roll and it was the best I ever had. There were not very many people in the bakery at first, but before we finished, it was so... More
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