The restaurant appears small, with a narrow street frontage, but it's much larger as it's longer than it looks and also extends upstairs. If there's a line, relax, it'll move quickly. Or go off-time and avoid the regular rush hours for lunch and dinner. From the entrance, walk through the prep and kitchen area to the hostess stand about halfway back to get seated.
The shrimp dish I had was absolutely amazing! One of my top ten favorites ever. The sauce was made with black pepper, and tabasco with a bit of a kick and it draped the huge shrimp with a creamy veil. My husband also enjoyed his meal of fried clam strips. The crisp, fresh salad was served family style, with ramekins of all four house-made dressings including Bleu Cheese, Toasted Sesame and Creamy Garlic.
This is a restaurant we'll visit on every trip to Provincetown.
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