Here at the Aerie House we take our dining out seriously. We want your entire experience to be a pleasant one so we ask all our guests for their recommendations and reviews. Find below our 2017 Provincetown Restaurant Survey provided by those that have experienced them first hand, our guests. We will continue to update this data as we receive more and more of our guests reviews. There are links for each restaurant to go to their web site where in most cases you can preview menus to help you plan your Ptown dining experience before you arrive as many of the most popular restaurants require advance reservations. Feel free to contact Steve and Dave at Aerie House for recommendations and suggestions. All restaurants below must have at least 2 reviews to be listed and we have all comments and reviews available in our office. Reviews updated on 10/15/17. Happy Dining!
New for 2017 is Baie which is a delightful intimate outdoor space on the second floor overlooking Commercial Street at 336 Commercial Street featuring an interesting selection of international cuisine. This space previously held Tofu A Go Go and then Upper Deck BBQ. Innkeepers Steve and Dave thoroughly enjoyed our dinner here recently.
The owners of Patio have purchased Pepe’s Wharf which has one of the best locations in Ptown, overlooking the harbor with deckside dining and bars. Innkeepers Dave and Steve experienced Pepe’s recently and were delighted with the changes made. A new delightful dining locale.
Yolk is doing a bit of rebranding and will now be know as Yolqueria. In addition to their popular breakfasts and brunch they will be adding tacos in the evening.
The Mews, one of our favorites and also one of the hardest to get reservations is now opening at 5:00pm for dinner.
Longtime favorite Devon’s has closed. The Bradford Street former location of Devon’s has been bought by Angel Food proprietor Liz Lovati and is now Liz’s Café. Liz’s Cafe is open for breakfast and brunch and dinner.
Sage Inn has been sold and the new owners are making some changes to the restaurant space. Gone is the lounge atmosphere and small plate focus. A new name, The Landing, and a more conventional restaurant décor and menu are being introduced.
A major fire in Lopes Square over Memorial Day Weekend severely damaged the Red Shack, the Coffee Pot, Tatiana’s and the Surf Club. All are closed until further notice. Update- The Coffee Pot has reopened. The other will be closed for the rest of the year.
A new tradition in Ptown to enjoy are the numerous establishments offering a rawbar happy hour. This is a great opportunity to enjoy our local shellfish and a drink in the late afternoon before dinner. Enjoy! Updated Fall hours:
The Landing at Sage
Thursday through Sunday 3:00pm to 6:00pm Raw Bar Happy Hour, Oysters, Shrimp, Clams, Small Plates
4:00pm to 6:00pm Raw Bar Happy Hour, $1.00 Oysters and Clams
4:00pm to 6:00pm Raw Bar Happy Hour, $1.00 Oysters, Shrimp, Sliders
2:30pm to 5:00pm Raw Bar Happy Hour, $1.25 Oysters, Clams, Shrimp
3:00pm to 6:30pm 1/2 Price Raw Bar
Strangers & Saints
5:00pm to 6:00pm Oysters, Clams and Shrimps $1.00
Friday through Monday 4:00pm to 6:00pm Raw Bar Happy Hour $1.00 each