Sal's Place

 
67% love it
  3
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Italian dining by the sea
What started as an after-hours sandwich shop in an East End basement, Sal's has become a respected staple of P-town fine food. Sal's artisan cheeses are not to be missed while dining with an oceanfront view.

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    • delrsf
      delrsf Over a year ago

      Decent Italian food
      This place is old-school Italian and you'd likely find better options elsewhere in a bigger city but this restaurant wins you over with its simplicity and charm. And by that I mean the view. Set on a dock, this is a great outdoor dining option with a stunning view of the shoreline and moored boats. Service was friendly and efficient. Our favorite things to try were the stuffed mushrooms and carbonara.

    • DougG
      DougG Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Recommend against it
      Had a couple of okay meals here last summer. The carbonara is rich but fantastic. But beware. The owner seems very anti-gay and antagonistic. During one visit there he screamed at our group saying "we never liked you people anyway." Take that however you want to.

    • Raoul
      Raoul Over a year ago

      I should have had something else
      Boring food. Very crowded. Rude owner and waitstaff. Wont go again!

    • ratt
      ratt Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Real Home Cooked Italian
      The ambiance is a little lacking, but it is right on the water which is nice. Very old school, home style Italian food. Everyone enjoyed their meal. Service was more than acceptable. Definitely give it a shot if you're looking for Italian comfort food.