On this unplanned US trip I trusted Google to help us find places to eat in Cape Cod. In P-town, one of the places I found was Canteen, and as we walked past it approximately two minutes after having stepped out of the car we decided it was a great place for lunch.
I, not surprisingly, made sure to get my (first) lobster fix for the day and decided on a lovely lobster roll. I also got a glass of frosé but it was too sweet for my liking.
Sinead had prosecco instead, and a lovely salad with quinoa and chicken.
This laid-back place is perfect for a quick bite while wandering around town. The food was really nice and fresh and the staff super friendly.
Canteen, 225 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA 02657
My summer holiday was just lovely. First five days in New York; eating, shopping and drinking our way around the city. Then five days in glorious Cape Cod with blue skies, great beaches, boats and lobster (and a few days in Boston before heading home). We drove around the cape singing to the 90s songs the local radio played, only caring about where to stop for pancakes.
It was as idyllic as it sounds (and looks), and we had a great time taking in the New England style houses and pretty little towns.
Sadly we didn’t have enough time on the beach but it was still a lovely few days.
One day we explored Nantucket and wished we could just stay there for the rest of the summer. It’s such a little paradise.
But we also enjoyed the fabulous gay-town Provincetown at the end of the cape; filled with pride flags, drag queens and a wonderfully warm atmosphere.
Oh, take me back!