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INSIDE PROVINCETOWN

Provincetown: Cape Cod Gay Summer Getaway

Provincetown, Massachusetts or "P-Town" is a popular summer vacation and weekend spot for gays (and straights) from New York, Montreal and, of course, Boston. Provincetown sits on the very end of Cape Cod and its isolation helped an artist's community form here in the 1960s. With that community, gay men and women... More

POPULAR EVENT NEXT WEEK

Spookybear 2014

Friday Oct 31, 2014 - 8:00pm

Come join the Northeast Ursamen as we put on our annual Spookybear, This years theme is Bears in space, since Halloween falls on Friday we will switch it up a b...


POPULAR NOW

Bayside Betsy's

Restaurant

Fabulous views...and waitersThe atmosphere is always lively at Bayside Betsy's, and there's good reason to celebrate: great food, gorgeous views, and cute waiters. Swing by Rosie O'Donnell's... More

WHAT REVIEWERS ARE SAYING

"Pretty Good"

bobby54

"Our first dinner in P-Town"

natnjames16


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PROVINCETOWN ACTIVITY




PROVINCETOWN EVENTS

Spookybear 2014

Come join the Northeast Ursamen as we put on our annual Spookybea...

Friday Oct 31, 2014 - 8:00pm, 16 people are in

Halloween in Provincetown

October 31 - November 2, 2014 Come enjoy Halloween in Provinceto...

Friday Oct 31, 2014 - 0:00am, 3 people are in

BEAR MARKET

Bear Vendor Fair in PROVINCETOWN, MA on Saturday, NOVEMBER 1st 20...

Saturday Nov 1, 2014 - 10:00am-3:00pm, 5 people are in


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POPULAR RESTAURANTS

1. Spiritus Pizza (20 fans)
Good pizza at an after-party institution

2. The Mews Restaurant & Cafe (10 fans)
Waterfront bistro fare

3. Lobster Pot (9 fans)
The name says it all

4. Bayside Betsy's (10 fans)
Fabulous views...and waiters

5. Patio American Grill & Blue Bar (8 fans)
An upscale, new P-town tradition