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Recent Provincetown Journal entries
By Merle Exit | GayAlliance.org
Is it possible to have breakfast, lunch and dinner in Provincetown for $40 without buying a half dozen eggs and cooking it on the hot sidewalks or preparing my own food at Eastwood at Provincetown timeshare? In fact, I found enough places for two days of inexpensive dining.
You can walk around P’Town or flag down the $1 shuttle bus. New this year is a Flex bus, where you can transfer and make your way down the cape as far as Harwich.
The main movie theatre across from the Post…
By Mat Schaffer | Boston Herald
It’s the calm before the storm for Clem Silva. The owner of Clem & Ursie’s Restaurant and Market is getting set for the hectic and all-important summer season. Silva estimates he will make two-thirds of his gross annual earnings during the next 10 weeks.
“This is the time of year when we try to get any new staff up to snuff and implement any new ideas,” Silva explained. “It’s time to get everything stocked and ready to go. If we don’t get it done by the Fourth of July, it just…
Where can I get a great steak in Provincetown?
What restaurant has the best service?
Where would you NOT eat breakfast, lunch or dinner again?
Which hot dog place is the best and why?
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