New in Provincetown: Tanuki

New in Provincetown: Tanuki

The Happy Camper on Commercial Street is no more, and in its place—starting July 1st—is Tanuki, an evolution of the pop-up Japanese street-food booth that made its début at Canteen’s Holiday Market last year. Financed by a successful Kickstarter campaign, Tanuki will...
New to Provincetown: Boxwood

New to Provincetown: Boxwood

New in Provincetown for 2018: Boxwood It’s not precisely new to Provincetown— Owner Brett McNeilly opened a location deep in the West End starting midway through the 2017 season—but now that it’s in its new location across from the post office, the garden and home...
New to Provincetown: Rosie’s Cantina

New to Provincetown: Rosie’s Cantina

New for 2018: Rosie’s Cantina! Owned and operated by the Aguilar-Rivera family—who have lived in town for many years but are originally from Mexico—Rosie’s Cantina is committed to providing authentic Mexican food using the freshest ingredients. The restaurant will be...
New to Provincetown: The Joy Project

New to Provincetown: The Joy Project

The Joy Project is a pop-up retail store next to the Provincetown Bookshop that offers access to local artists’ work, including paintings, photography, jewelry, leather goods, crafts, original T-shirts, beads from around the world… and free music classes. There is a...
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