We’re baaaaack! Remember Matt and Jeannette and their—shall we say, eccentric?—look on the life and times of Ptown? Well, you’ll be delighted to know they’re coming back with a monthly video dispatch, starting in May 2021.
Whether they’re talking about bears, bars, or boys, you can be sure they’ll cut right to the heart of the matter—and, occasionally, of each other. Sharpen your wits and your knives, and join us in May for ptownie’s most unusual news commentary!
Steeped in history, welcoming to all, Ptown is the perfect venue for your dream wedding—and the right place to begin your happily-ever-after.
Last year’s food issue of the ptownie Guide included some of our favorite recipes from local eateries. Just to tempt you into the 2021 season, here are a few of them for you to try at home:
The Bay State Cruise Company is celebrating its 49th year in service between Boston and Provincetown with the first fast ferries of the season on May 16, 2021.
Check out the daily schedules and pricing on the Bay State website.
Everything you need for 2021 and beyond.
If you did, there’s no time like the present to check it out before the 2021 season gets underway! Scott Coffey and Ric Ide collaborated in a gorgeous display of clothing and footwear from local shops, much of it designed and made in Provincetown.
Every year, we ask our readers what they love: where they shop, dine, play, socialize… the places and things they can’t live without! Originally called the Boo-Boo Awards (after the ubiquitous sheep you’ve seen all over town), we now celebrate the best that Ptown has to offer—according to you!
Here are the most recent Best of Provincetown winners and runners-up. Stay tuned, and we’ll let you know when voting opens for the 2021 awards!
Like any tourist destination, Provincetown can be an expensive place to stay and play. But we’re here to tell you—it doesn’t have to be! You can spend a lot of money, but there’s a lot you can do while staying within your budget, especially if your interest is enjoying the natural beauty of the Outer Cape.
Choosing when and where to spend your money is the key to a budget-conscious vacation.