SEPTEMBER 27 - 30, 2018

Sage Inn and Lounge Provincetown

Sage Inn and Lounge

Comfortable, affordable rooms, centrally located among the quaint shops, art galleries and attractions of Ptown’s famous (and infamous) Commercial Street. Sage Lounge offers hand-crafted cocktails infused with herbs & fresh fruit and small plates perfect for a light dinner or dessert with friends.

336 Commercial Street
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$150 - $200
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Far Land Provisions - 150 Bradford St. Provincetown, MA

Far Land Provisions

This award-winning deli and bakery is your one-stop shop for groceries, sandwiches, homemade pastries, prepared meals, gift baskets, platters, wine, spirits and full service catering.

150 Bradford Street (at Conwell)
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Festival Pass Holders and Artists receive a 20% discount on food during Festival week!
The Waterford Inn, Cafe & Tavern, Provincetown


Handcrafted drinks and fine food from James Beard award-winning chef Barbara Lynch's inspired menu of seasonal New England ingredients using classic French technique and Italian soul. 

386 Commercial Street
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10% Food Discount for Tennessee Williams Patrons with Festival Pass or ID
The Waterford Inn, Cafe & Tavern, Provincetown

Strangers and Saints

Mediterranean-influenced tavern and restaurant that offers artisan cocktails and craft beers with pairing options of gourmet bar food and small plates. 

404 Commercial Street
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Crown and Anchor: The premiere entertainment complex in Provincetown

Central House at the Crown

Simple and refined delicious food featuring local, year-round seasonal ingredients in a casual atmosphere. Executive Chef Michele Ragussis brings rustic flavors and simple selections served with her expert twist. 

247 Commercial Street
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Mention the Tennessee Williams Festival when you dine!
The Mews Restaurant - Provincetown

The Mews

"Extraordinary" for food quality - Zagat's 2012/13. Over 280 vodkas, and an extensive wine list. Open year-round.

429 Commercial Street
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The Lobster Pot

Overlooking historic Provincetown harbor, an institution like no other... and part of the tradition that makes Provincetown a special place.

321 Commercial Street
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Governor Bradford Restaurant

A Provincetown landmark in the heart of town. Family friendly dining with an old-school bar perfect for sampling local night life.

312 Commercial Street

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Napi's Restaurant - Provincetown


Provincetown's most unusual restaurant. Serving the finest local seafoods, international cuisine and vegetarian dishes. Serving dinner daily from 5pm.

7 Freeman Street
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Jimmy's HideAway Restaurant - Provincetown

Jimmys Hideaway

Haven't your best times at a restaurant always been with lots of laughter with old friends or meeting new friends? Well, that is the Hideaway's philosophy.

179 Commercial Street
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Joe Coffee & Cafe - Provincetown

Joe Coffee & Cafe

Provincetown’s espresso bar, featuring delicious soups, salads & sweets!

170 Commercial Street
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The Red Inn - Provincetown

The Red Inn

The award winning restaurant offers an ever-changing view of Cape Cod Bay. The finest local seafood; including world famous Wellfleet oysters.

15 Commercial Street
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Joe Coffee & Cafe - Provincetown

Kohi Coffee Company

Locally owned, serving delicious coffee all year …one drink at time.

199 Commercial Street #11
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10% off for Tennessee Williams Patrons with Festival Pass or ID

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