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“Quite but hidden gems”
Review of Commercial Street

Commercial Street
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$60.00*
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Cape Cod Fast Ferry
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed January 2, 2012

We walked up and down the street a couple of times a day to find food and fun. If you are looking for shops to be open, try Thursday-Sunday.

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Reviewed January 2, 2012

Cute cozy unfortunately many places were closed for the season

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Reviewed December 18, 2011

It reminds me a little bit of Key West except more gay and more dog friendly. I loved it. Little dog bowls outside all the stores. Cool shops. I really appreciated that it wasn't commercialized at all, meaning no big chain stores. Just little quirky shops. :)

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Reviewed December 18, 2011

Commercial street is such a mix of everything - with more art galleries and B&B type places in the East End. Shopping, food, shopping, food and more shopping, food both east and west of MacMillan Wharf. The West End winds back down to more quaint lodgings as the shopping and food establishments start to thin out.

Stroll or walk (or bike or roller blade if you have to.) Don't bother trying to drive it. It's one way, you'll miss everything, and the pedestrians rightfully do not care if you can't get by in your vehicle! People walk IN THE STREET! all day and all night. A car is just a nuisance.

There's something for everyone, hand crafts, art galleries, jewelers, toys, T shirts galore, kies, souvenirs, pet stores, hardware, specialty shops, bakeries, food shacks, pizza, candy cupboards, ice cream, seafood,coffee and gourmet dining.

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Reviewed December 15, 2011

i have been going to provincetown a very long time and every time it is great to see lots to do in town as well...

1  Thank tommykDanburyCt
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