The premier nightspot in gay-oriented Provincetown is the Atlantic House. Known locally as the A-House, it opened in 1798 as a tavern and stagecoach stop and...more
With its fun, West Coast–style surfer vibe, the Beachcomber (just "the 'Comb-ah' " to locals) is a Cape Cod mainstay, and the only right-on-the sand...more
Casino Wharf FX is slightly more decorous—and attracts a slightly older crowd—than the raucous Casino nightclub it replaced in 2007. But it's still...more
The Land-Ho—a big bar in the center of Orleans—is a local hangout with brass fixtures, red-checkered tablecloths, and antique signs from local...more
Libaytion is quite possibly the most stylish bar on the Cape. There are no bad seats at this circular bar sheltered by a pergola: On one side is Pleasant Bay;...more
Tucked behind the Brewster Inn & Chowder House, the Woodshed is a no-frills nightspot that hosts great up-and-coming New England bands (mostly rock and...more
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