Okay, you are headed to Provincetown for Halloween.  We put together (with the help of Town Hall) what you need to know and what is open.

First of all- MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY FOR DINING (See bottom of page for a list of restaurants that are open).  Given limited capacity please plan ahead.  Here is the scoop on other details:

Guidelines for Halloween Weekend

The Town of Provincetown today announced guidelines to enjoy the Halloween holiday during the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols:

  • Everyone in town must follow safety guidelines – stay at least 6 feet apart from people, wear a mask and wash your hands.
  • A large portion of Commercial Street, MacMillan Pier and a small portion of Bradford streets are 24/7 “Mandatory Mask Zones” — that means covering your nose and mouth while wearing your Halloween costume. Banners and signs are positioned on the border of the zone and throughout the zone to remind people.
  • Community Ambassadors will be available to help remind people of the mask order and also to distribute masks for those who need it.
  • Indoor entertainment is prohibited. (This is stricter than state guidelines at this time)
  • The limit for indoor gatherings remains at a maximum of 25 people for all communities.
  • Outdoor gatherings at private residences and in private backyards will remain at a maximum of 50 people — socially distanced — for all communities.

What do you need to know?

  • Restaurants are open. Seating is limited. Please call ahead for reservations.
  • Retail shops are open.
  • The Pilgrim Monument and Museum is open.
  • The Provincetown Art Association and Museum is open.
  • Art’s Dune Tours is open.
  • Bars are closed.
  • Whale watching excursions are closed for the season.
  • There are no evening Halloween parties scheduled.

2019 Provincetown Halloween

Town Services

  • Municipal Parking Lots will be open.
  • Municipal Parking Lot bathrooms will be open Friday and Saturday night until 11:00pm, and Sunday until 5:00pm.

Here is a full list of where you can eat and make reservations.  Have fun and stay safe!

  • Angel Foods
  • A House
  • Aqua Bar
  • Bayside Betsy’s
  • Big Daddy’s Burritos
  • Box Lunch
  • Canteen
  • Ciro and Sal’s
  • Chach’s (with take out Mexican for lunch & dinner)
  • The Club (with food by Tween the Tides
  • Connie’s Bakery
  • East End Market
  • Fanizzi’s
  • Far Land
  • Front Street Restaurant
  • George’s Pizza
  • Governor Bradford
  • Harbor Lounge
  • Joe Coffee
  • Jimmy’s Hideaway
  • Kohi Coffee
  • Liz’s Cafe
  • Mac’s
  • The Mews
  • Montano’s
  • Napi’s Restaurant
  • Pilgrim House
  • The Pointe
  • Provincetown Brewing Company
  • Provincetown House of Pizza
  • The Red Inn
  • Relish
  • Rosie’s Cantina Ross’ Grill
  • Sal’s Place
  • Spindler’s
  • The Pig
  • Tin Pan Alley
  • Twisted Pizza
  • Victor’s
  • Wired Puppy
  • Yolqueria