SEPTEMBER 27 - 30, 2018

Sage Inn and Lounge Provincetown

Pilgrim House

Continuously operating since 1810, the newly renovated Pilgrim House has affordable beach-chic guest rooms with private baths, craft cocktails in two cozy bars, a full-service farm-to-table restaurant, and some of Provincetown's best entertainment -- all under one historic roof.

336 Commercial Street
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$179 - $279
Be sure to mention the Festival when you book!
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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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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