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The Mews, Provincetown

429 Commercial Street
Provincetown , Massachusetts
Tel: 508 487 1500's insider take:

Named for the converted stable in which it was originally housed, the Mews is friendly and unpretentious—and serves standout food. You'll find it in Provincetown's quiet East End art-gallery district. The upstairs dining room and bar—done up in mahogany, brass, and stained glass, with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Provincetown Harbor—is good for a casual bite from an American bistro-style menu of burgers and pastas, while the beach-level dining room is more romantic and serves global fusion dishes. Specialties include almond- and panko-crusted cod and filet mignon that's as creamy as the béarnaise sauce that comes with it. Service is in keeping with P-town's aloof standards, but you'll hardly notice after sampling a few of the restaurant's 256 varieties of vodka.

Open daily from 6 pm.

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