Provincetown on a Budget

We know Provincetown can be an expensive
place to visit, the busy season is quite short and businesses have to make a
great percentage of their income during that short busy season to survive.  We have a lot of great restaurants and you
will want to try many of them while you are here.  How do you get to visit our great restaurants
while keeping your food budget under control? 
I’ll play Suze Orman, here are some helpful hints.
On a few days make lunch your big
meal of the day.  A perfect day to do
that is Sunday and have the brunch at Fanizzi’s at 598 Commercial Street.  Fanizzi’s is on the water in the East end,
brunch is from 10am to 2pm.  Did I mention it’s ‘All You Can Eat’? 
for $14.95?  You won’t find many
deals like this.  Brunch includes French
Toast, Scrambled Eggs, Corn Beef Hash, Breakfast Burritos, Steamed Mussels,
Eggs Benedict, Sausage, Bacon. . .  I
could go on, but check out their web site for their brunch menu.

Big Daddy Chicken Tacos

Another great place for a meal is
the food court at the Aquarium Mall at 207 Commercial Street.  A number of different options are available and behind the building is the Aqua Bar where you may eat your food and enjoy a gorgeous outdoor view of the Provincetown Harbor and Cape Cod Bay.  One of my favorites is Big Daddy Burritos.  The food is incredibly fresh,
the staff is cute and friendly and it’s a great deal.  I get a saucy chicken burrito with creamy
salsa verde and the hot mamma sauce a couple of times a week.  It’s $8.51 including tax so plan on $10 with
a tip for lunch or dinner and enjoy that incredible view and the ocean air.



Aqua Bar

Another great option at the
Aquarium Mall is Connie’s Bakery.  Great
sandwiches made fresh to order.  I had
their brown bag lunch which is a freshly made sandwich, cole slaw and a cookie
for $11.  The Black Forrest Ham sandwich
on herbed focaccia bread was a delish. 
Again, eat outdoors at the Aqua Bar and you have a great meal with a
view.

Early bird specials aren’t just for
your grandma in Florida.  For example, get
your order in to the kitchen by 7pm at the Seafood Grille (386 Commercial St) and
have a three course meal for $14. 
Options include Cape Cod Fish & Chips, Broiled Cod with Lobster
Newburgh Sauce and Grilled Lemon Pepper Chicken.  Start with clam chowder or a salad and end
your dinner with the dessert of the day.
There’s something for everyone and every budget in Provincetown, you just
need to know where to look.  When you
stay at The Somerset House Inn the staff are always willing
to help you with suggestions.  We have
one room left for the Labor Day weekend and then it’s fall in Provincetown, the
perfect time to visit with warm days and cool evenings.  See you soon.

Coming this fall in Provincetown
Sept 3 – 7        Labor Day Weekend
Sept 14 – 20    Afterglow Alternative Performance Arts Festival
Sept 24 – 27    Tennessee Williams Festival
Oct 9 – 12       Columbus Day Weekend
Oct 12 – 18     Women’s Week
Oct 30 – 31     Halloween Weekend (we have only one room left)

For a full listing please see the
calendar on our web site.

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