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We had a private function held at Edwige's Restaraunt. The staff was very friendly and went out of their way to accommodate our friends with special diets. The food was top of theline and the bartender made fantastic Cosmos.
and not just because it's on the second floor lol. The 45 minute wait for our party of 6 was long but worth it. The party sitting at the table where we were supposed to sit just wouldn't leave long after paying their bill and...More
While you have to climb some stairs it was well worth it. The salmon was the best ever. I tried the pasta dish which was also excellent. The waiter was very attentive and we had a perfect table by the window. This was the first...More
The best dinner we had on our weekend. The octopus is delicious, followed by the most delicious pork chop I’ve ever eaten. The staff is so welcoming and the music was perfect. Ambiance charming... will definitely be back.
I hadn't been to P-town in quite awhile, so I was very please to see the Cafe Edwige was still there! I have so many wonderful memories of long brunches with friends to the sound of 80's music!! The first Sunday we were there, we...More
The ambiance here was lovely and our waitress was extremely friendly, sweet, and attentive. We had reservations and got a booth looking out over commercial street (the restaurant is on the second floor). The booths need cushions though! They are slats of wood which are...More
We hadn't gone in a few years, but, upon hearing that they had changed hands, we made sure we went this year. We were not disappointed. The food was simply amazing - simply served, yet not precious. I had the pork chop with special sauce...More
We found this place on Open Table and decided to try it out. It is kind of hidden upstairs on Commercial Street. Great food & Service. Bread is fantastic there. We will go back the next time we are in Provincetown.
We did not like the drinks at Edwige which were barely sweet (for a margarita?) I am always giving my partner a hard time about eating too much sugar, but this was bizarre in reverse. The deserts were also barely sweet, but sweet enough for...More