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Planning Your Trip to Family Week: Where to Eat

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Posted by Molly April, guest blogger of Family Equality Council

Whether it is your first visit to Provincetown or your one-hundredth visit, it can be hard to find good places to eat for the whole family. After a long day of activities and programs at Family Week, who doesn’t want to continue the family bonding over a good meal? In order to help make the decision process a little easier, here are some great options.

Family Style Restaurants

Fanizzi’s Restaurant by the Sea

Fanizzi's

This family style restaurant has something for everyone, offering a wide range of dishes alongside a huge seafood selection. With a medium price range, you have the ability to order anything from Cajun seafood alfredo to curried chicken salad. In addition, there are options for kids and gluten-free on separate menus. Open for lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch, it is a great place to take the family anytime.  539 Commercial St.,, call ahead reservations at 508-487-1964.

Lobster Pot Restaurant

lobster pot

This restaurant features an extensive menu that offers anything from seafood, to burgers, to pasta, and more. There are lots of medium priced options that you and your family will love no matter the age! They have a fun and inviting atmosphere perfect for sharing quality time with your young ones. 321 Commercial St.,, 508-487-0842.

The Mayflower Café

mayflower

The Mayflower Café provides reasonably priced options for the whole family with an extensive menu and kids menu. Options include surf & turf, Portuguese fish and chips, oyster tacos, and more. There’s a full bar for the parents and grownups to enjoy! The Mayflower Café accommodates allergies and restrictions by providing a separate menu to order from, avoiding dairy, gluten, and nuts.
300 Commercial St., 508-487-0121.

Canteen

canteen

If you are looking for a lighter or more health-oriented option, look no further than Canteen. Using local and fresh ingredients, they create intricate and healthy options for lunch and dinner. Additionally, they have a lot of local and microbrew beers and wines for the adults to enjoy. Not a traditional “family-style” restaurant, but  good for families looking for healthier and innovative options! 225 Commercial St., 508-487-3800 (no reservations).

Quicker Options

Box Lunch

box lunch

Serving breakfast and lunch, Box Lunch has a variety or wraps and sandwiches to take on the go and still fill you up. There are options for all ages that aren’t just a plain tuna fish sandwich. These options are reasonably priced and will be a hit for the whole family. 353 Commercial St., 508-487-6026

Relish

rellish

Relish serves food for breakfast and lunch that is good, quick, and affordable. They provide sandwiches, pastries, and salads. With a mission to be an accessible and affordable bakery, Relish will serve the whole family. 93 Commercial St.,  508-487-8077.

Spiritus Pizza

spiritus

Providing slices to eat on the spot or pizzas to take out, Spiritus is a local favorite in Provincetown. Large, cheap slices satisfy any craving, and who doesn’t love pizza? Bring the family by for a quick bite or have a night in at the hotel by ordering takeout. Also, since they stay open late, you can swing by after a night out on the town!  190 Commercial St., 508-487-2808.

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