Where to Eat Christmas & New Year’s
Where to Eat Christmas and New Year’s 2022
Skipping the parties for a romantic dinner for two? Need to grab a bite to soak up libations as you bar crawl down Commercial Street? These are some of our favorite Provincetown restaurants open New Year’s Eve Weekend 2022.
Where to Eat Take Out / Casual
361 COFFEE & ESPRESSO BAR
361 Commercial St.
467 Commercial Street
Gourmet sandwiches and prepared foods
225 Commercial Street
Visit the holiday market for a hot toddy
EAST END MARKET
212 Bradford Street
Bakery breads and pastries, Centerville pies, imported cheeses, along with deli, groceries, and wine, beer, and liquor.
FAR LAND PROVISIONS
150 Bradford Street
Corner store and deli featuring on-site bakery, prepared foods, and made-to-order breakfast and lunch sandwiches.
275 Commercial Street
Right across from town hall for a quick and easy slice or sandwich.
199 Commercial St
One cup craft coffee
293 Commercial Street
Pizza, subs, and ice cream, ultra-fast delivery to Ptown and Truro.
Where to Dine In / Table Service
73 Shank Painter Road
Authentic Mexican – Lunch And Dinner!
CIRO & SAL’s
4 Kiley Court
Northern Italian Cuisine
193 Commercial St
Live Entertainment at 8PM Thursday, Friday, Saturday
539 Commercial Street
Italian and American dishes, very casual, with some of the best views in Provincetown. Weekend brunch buffet.
312 Commercial Street
Jukebox, pool tables, low lighting. You can also eat out on the patio to the right of the restaurant.
LIZ’S CAFÉ ANYBODY’S BAR
31 Bradford Street
In a space designed by Ken Fulk and remembering Provincetown’s history (“Anybody’s Market” was a staple on Commercial St. for decades), Liz serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
MAC’S FISH HOUSE
85 Shank Painter Road
There’s a “happy hour” from 4-6 daily with half-priced raw bar; a full sushi menu as well as fresh cooked fish. Try the Hawaiian poke salad with raw tuna.
New Year’s Eve Dinner at THE POINTE
82 Bradford Street
Friday, Dec 31 (first seating at 6PM, second seating at 9PM). Reservations required.
PROVINCETOWN BREWING COMPANY
141 Bradford Street
ptownie loves the Provincetown Brewing Company, and not just because they make some terrific beers (which, by the way, they do)! They’re also great supporters of the local community and live out their values. Breakfast served on the weekends, lunch and dinner seven days a week. Try some of the sharing plates.
237 Commercial Street
Located in Whaler’s Wharf with a stunning view of the harbor, there are lunch, tapas, and dinner menus to peruse.
386 Commercial Street
Specializes in French cuisine with fresh ingredients. Check out Saturday nights’ Stone Table Supper series. Also has a café attached for coffee and pastries.
THE SQUEALING PIG
335 Commercial Street
Irish pub with hearty food; try the fish and chips or one of the curries.
STRANGERS & SAINTS
404 Commercial Street
Open New Year’s Eve at 5pm. Casual but elegant fine dining with specialty cocktails.
TIN PAN ALLEY
269 Commercial Street
Consistently good live entertainment, this bar can be bustling at peak season. Smooth modern atmosphere.