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The compact fishing village of Provincetown (or, as it's popularly known, "P-Town") is a gorgeous place, with silvery clapboard houses and gloriously unruly gardens lining the town's tiny, winding streets. Bohemians and artists have long flocked here for the dazzling light and vast beaches; in 1914 Eugene O'Neill established the Provincetown Playhouse in a small hut. Since the Beatnik 1950s, the town has also been a gay center, and today its population of five thousand rises tenfold in the summer. Commercialism, though rampant, tends to be countercultural: gay, environmentalist, …
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Carriage House Hotel Provincetown

The Carriage House Provincetown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States. '5 Palms' Award, OUT&ABOUT TRAVEL GUIDE, a perfect blend of luxurious space, amenities, privacy and of course location. Guest ...

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Race Point Beach

Provincetown was recently listed as the sixth best beach location in the United States, and dramatic Race Point may be one reason why. Here the Cape Cod Bay waters meet wild Atlantic Ocean ...

Top Restaurants in Provincetown, Massachusetts

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The Lobster Pot Restaurant

With two Provincetown waterfront dining rooms and the Top of the Pot cocktail room, The Lobster Pot offers wonderful views along with prize-winning food. Open nearly year round, this restaurant offers the award-winning Tim's Clam Chowder and won a Best Of award from Cape Cod Life . The fresh seafood here is delicious, and chances are you'll see it being brought into the harbor on fishing boats. Ordering their chowder and lobster, and sitting by the water (especially at sunset) will provide a quintessentially great Cape Cod evening.