Located just off Provincetown's picturesque Commercial Street, the A-House - as it is locally known - has long been one of the premier gay men's discos in town. It is open year-round and offers Friday theme parties. While both straight and gay people have been known to seek out The A-House for its dancing, the bar is definitely oriented to men. There is also the popular Little Bar that is open during the day for lunch or coffee.
One side of this landmark is an old-fashioned restaurant complete with high-backed booths and red carpeting. The other side features a huge bar and room to mingle. The food is good in either venue. Steak, seafood and chowder are staples in the dining room, while lighter fare is the norm at the bar, where the focus is more on drinking. Cape Cod restaurants come and go, but this popular spot, especially at night, remains a fun place to grab a bite or share a drink with friends.
One of New England's liveliest haunts, The Beachcomber is more than just good food and drinks. Located on Cahoon Hallow Beach, this is where you can enjoy a fine meal and drink with the view of the horizon. Find a table amidst the sandy shore, or head indoors for a quieter, more intimate experience. Take your pick from its seemingly limitless options of spirits and beers, or opt for one of the signature cocktails to get things started. The food menu comprises a choice of contemporary favorites, of which the Beachcomber Burger, Eastham Mussels and Swordfish Steak are not-to-be-missed. To top it all, live bands and DJs raise the energy levels, with a selection of classic and modern hits.
Standing by the Provincetown Bay, Mews delights with its delectable American fare served in a refined setting. The restaurant's expansive interiors are elegantly done up, with rich use of woods and contemporary lighting accents. Large windows offer excellent views of the harbor. The old-world wooden bar is a stylish place to imbibe on the extensive drinks menu. On offer is a diverse choice of New American favorites including Shaking Beef, Four Peppercorn Crusted Tuna, Veal Chop Scarpata and Almond Crusted Cod. The atmosphere is convivial and suited to business lunches and intimate dinners alike. Routinely host to celebrities, Mews is one of the most talked about restaurants in town.
Situated on the picturesque Provincetown Pier, Harbor Lounge is where one can enjoy a drink while watching the sun set over the horizon. Its large, wrap-around windows allows the place to be lit up by sunlight; which in turn creates the perfect beach-side atmosphere. Best known for its collection of premium and exclusive cocktails, no session lasts just a single round at this bar. Take your pick from their choice of rum, whiskey and brews, or opt for one of the signature concoctions, to sip on while you take in the breath-taking view of the turquoise sea.
Situated just by the coast of Pricetown, Club Paramount is one of the major venues of the city's nightlife. Popular amongst the LGBT community, this club hosts some of the most exciting events the city has seen. Famed DJs from in and around the city keep the place abuzz with a fine track selection comprising of some of the biggest contemporary hits. In addition, the place also serves up an s selection of cocktails and spirits that only helps to keep the energy levels up.
This restaurant and lounge offers Italian fare and fresh local seafood. Choices range from prime rib to lobster, Chicken Parmigiana to asparagus ravioli. They offer a full range of liquor, wine and beer. The staff is personable and attentive. The diverse clientele can enjoy a weekend lounge act that combines singing with a very sharp comedic tongue. Though the wait for a table can be up to an hour during summer, it is generally worthwhile. Try the fried calamari.
Located in the heart of Provincetown's commercial district is the Old Colony Tap, a great little dive bar that's extremely popular with the locals. If you're visiting the city do not forget to stop by. As soon as you walk in you're greeted by the cheery staff. Strike up a conversation with some friendly local residents as you sip on local and imported brews, cocktails, and spirits. A charming jukebox gives the place a vintage vibe. The drinks are cheap, food is reasonable prices, and the service is prompt.
Featuring a seasonal continental breakfast, Pilgrim House is located in Provincetown. Free Wi-Fi access is available is all rooms. Beach towels and loungers (surcharge) are available to guests. Rooms here will provide you with air conditioning, and a TV with cable channels and a Keurig® coffee machine. Featuring a hairdryer, private bathrooms also come with towels and linen. Guests have access to an espresso machine 24 hours a day in the main dining room. Pilgrim House, the seasonal lounge offers cocktails and light fare.Guests can access the electric vehicle charging stations during their stay. Pilgrim House is 200 m from Pilgrim Monument, 900 m from Province Lands Visitor Center and 2.8 km from Beech Forest. Logan Airport is 77 km away. The property offers parking at an extra cost.