To make our short off-season break in Provincetown complete, we dropped into the venerable Lobster Pot for a pre-departure lunch. We both enjoyed the Portuguese Soup, a hearty and well-spiced combination of kale, chorizo, red kidney beans and potatoes. You don't often find this elsewhere, and we were glad we chose it over their award-winning clam chowder. My wife was delighted with here choice of the avocado and lobster dish, served with a small bed of mixed greens and some savory toast points. The tarragon mayonnaise was perfect. I had the traditional lobster roll with a side of potato salad. That should last me for a while. It was on this visit that I noticed, for the first time, that the Lobster Pot makes a point of using only the knuckle meat from the lobster in their lobster rolls. According to our charming waitress, this is by far the tastiest, and easiest to eat. Talk about a knuckle sandwich! A little on the pricey side, but great harbor views, and the place is still there, and thriving, for a reason. Great off-season treat.