We spent the 4th of July in Provincetown! We went to Boston on Friday and on Saturday hopped the ferry to Provincetown. We stayed almost at the end of the Cape so I understand why you might be distracted. It was such a wonderful place and it was a great place for food!
Hi, Tim! Understandable how you might get distracted :) This is my first time commenting, but I’ve been quietly following your blog for a while now. I live in Chicago as well and especially love your posts on local Chicago people and places. Anyway, I just wanted to introduce myself and say hi! Look forward to the next update from the kitchen!
Gorgeous! My family and I took a trip up to Cape Cod and Provincetown many years ago, but I’ll never forget how lovely it was! Glad you’re enjoying some time away before the summer’s over (is it too soon for that kind of talk?).
isn’t Provincetown lovely?? I had the amazing opportunity to go to a week-long writers fellowship there and our classes were held in Norman Mailer’s house!! right on the water. it was May and kind of gloomy every morning, but sooo very pretty nonetheless. I had the best lobster roll ever there too.
So glad you found all the best (and my favorite) eateries in MA, especially Oleana. Come again just to try the related bakery in Cambridge called Sofra. Yum! Fortunately (or unfortunately) A & J King is about three blocks away, doable even in a snow storm when you need a walnut sticky bun fix.