This unassuming tiny white cottage—with a dining room that seats just 37 lucky patrons—serves up some of the best food in town, judging by the continual crowds that wait for seats. Specialties from the oft-changing menu include brown butter and herb-roasted Atlantic halibut or grilled Provincetown day-boat scallops. Save some room for knockout desserts like blackberry mousse over ginger-lemon polenta cake with wild-berry coulis. Devon's is also a good spot for breakfast.
Apr 14, 2010
two words: "not impressed"