Winter at The Pointe

  Well, it’s officially the shoulder-season.  The upside to this quiet part of the year is that those few places that are still open (like us!) are not crowded and often have great deals (like us!).  As a local, I rarely get out to restaurants from July to...

Thanksgiving in Provincetown

Ptown is a great place for celebrations.  It just is.  And the fast approaching holidays are no exception.  On Thursday, November 24th, in honor of Thanksgiving, we are offering a delicious four-course dinner.  We’ll be taking reservations from 1-7pm. Call...

Guide to Cape Shellfish

  Here at The Pointe, our menu takes advantage of the fact that Ptown is an Oceanside destination.  There’s fish, fish, and more fish (there are veggie and land options too)!  I mean really, that’s one of the reasons you are coming to Cape Cod anyways, right?  To...

In Season Now: Dayboat Scallops

Offering a menu full of fresh, local ingredients is a central part of what we do here at The Pointe Restaurant.  We want our guests to get a real taste of Cape Cod when they visit (I’m guessing the guests want that too, so its a win-win).  Cape Cod is, in its...

Whiskey Wednesdays

  This Wednesday kicks off a new promotion here at the restaurant, “Whiskey Wednesdays” featuring small-batch whiskeys from the Northeast.  We are offering an ‘American Whiskey’ themed flight as well as three whiskey-based cocktails.  Here’s a preview of...

LOBSTER: A Cape Cod Tradition

Every summer as tourist season hits, my husband and I have a tradition: we go out for a lobster roll.  As an authentic Cape Codder (born in Cape Cod Hospital, lived on Cape Cod all his life, worked on a lobster boat in high school…you get the idea), my handy dandy...

Cape Cod Restaurant Week

After a dreary winter, we’ve been busy at The Pointe, preparing the front of the house and working with Executive Chef Robin Haas on this season’s menu. Summer residents are returning to Provincetown slowly and we are gearing up for another bustling summer season. But...
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