March has arrived in Provincetown. What a wild winter it has been, although we
suspect we have had it easier than many of you across the nation. Thankfully the ocean has a tendency to
moderate our weather. We also have a
great Public Works Department in town that does a very good job plowing our
streets during any snowstorm. And now we
see signs of spring as the crocuses are starting to sprout.
specials. We’d start with the MEWS on
Monday nights for their coffee house live entertainment. Maybe Tuesday head over to Napi’s for Taco
Tuesday, check out The Pointe and get two entrees for the price of one on
Wednesday, on Thursday back to the MEWS (the food is that good !) between 6 and
8pm for a two entrees for the price of one.
Friday fish fry specials can be found at Bayside Betsy’s, the Central
House and Fanizzi’s. On Sunday we’d
start out with the Sunday brunch at Fanizzi’s and end with dinner at Ciro &
Sal’s for their two for one special on any spaghetti dinners. Check out the listings at
March is spectacular. During the week
you may want to use the Provincetown Historic Walking Tour guide to wander
through town. Provincetown has a rich history, the guide will help you discover a part of it. For lovers of art the Provincetown Art
Association and Museum is open Thursday through Sunday from noon to 5pm. Make sure to be at Herring Cove Beach for a
Provincetown sunset. Photo at right by Petar Dopchev.
be performed at the Provincetown Theater March 14 – 30. Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at
7:30pm and Sunday afternoons at 3p.m.
Also at the Provincetown Theater is their Winter Reading Series, every
Tuesday evening through March 11th.
weekends. If you are here on the weekend
take a day to wander Commercial Street and visit all the wonderful and unique
shops that are Provincetown.
stay with us at The Somerset House Inn.
Click here to make your reservations. Come to Provincetown in March !