This made you feel special in the classic restaurant from the 1920s. The lunch was perfect as well as the atmosphere.
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Amazing friendly staff, large portions priced about par for the area most meals between 18-25.00 for supper. Decor could use some updating but very family friendly diner.
A charming picturesque street. We stopped for something light and probably should have kept walking. Food was anything but exciting, service was nothing exceptional. This touristy area has other more interesting dining, we made a mistake.
I recently ate at The Mayflower in Provincetown, MA. Our waiter, Martin, truly made our visit awesome. He recommended several dishes and gave us additional information about places to explore and visit while in Cape Cod. I had fish tacos, which I normally don't eat....More
We were there the day before it closed for the season so some menu items were not available. Prices were relatively good. The food was fresh and fine. The place was bustling so the waitstaff was pretty busy but the service could have been quicker,...More
This little gem is nestling neatly between various charming Ptown shops and holds its own with its neighbours. Despite looking like it was shut during the middle of the afternoon, we ordered in no particular order, Lobster, Fish Sandwich and Sea Food Chowder and all...More
it's a restaurant with diner seating. Serve Lobster which was pretty good and low cost. The clam chowder was not up to par. neither was the clam with breadcrumbs. was a couple of days before closing down for the season.. maybe they were wrapping up.
We had a craving for Portuguese Kale Soup and was able to find it here. We were not disappointed, it was, if not the best we have had, right up there. Fried Scallops were very fresh and perfectly cooked, juicy with a crunch to the...More
Jumped off the bus with a few hours to explore Provincetown and grab a light lunch. The Mayflower was the perfect answer. The Lobster roll was perfect. Very friendly servers and good service. Wish we would have had more time to enjoy a lobster dinner....More