Last weekend was my first time in Provincetown, the furthest point out on Cape Cod (which makes for quite the drive!). Like the rest of the Cape, it was adorable, manicured, and fairly touristy. Before our friend’s wedding on Saturday night, 10 of my college friends and I had an entire day to explore the beach-side town. It was fairly chilly so I layered on a blanket scarf (use code lemonstripes for free shipping!) over a drapey sweater and black jeans. A look comfortable enough for a full day of exploring but cute enough for the quaint cafés where we ate.
We started off our morning with coffee at Kohi Coffee which we sipped on the beach, cuddled up together and catching up. They use Blue Bottle Coffee and the space looked like it belonged in Williamsburg. We finally made it to breakfast at Café Heaven which boasted homemade English muffins to go along with a deliciously filling breakfast.
After breakfast, we meandered down the main strip (Commercial Street), popping into shops, and enjoying the people-watching. On a whim, we decided to climb the Pilgram Monument which is the highest point on Cape Cod, with beautiful views of the ocean on all sides.
We had worked up yet another appetite, so we stopped by The Canteen, a restaurant known for their amazing lobster rolls. It didn’t disappoint. We ate both hot and cold lobster rolls, miso caesar salads, fish tacos, oysters, and pretty much everything on the extensive menu. Both nights were covered with wedding activities but one of the dinners was at Victor’s which was great.
A lot of our time was spent walking and driving the streets to look at the charming homes that gave us all serious house envy!
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