A longtime East End restaurant set rather discreetly up a flight of stairs, Cafe Edwige consists of an intimate dining room with varnished-wood floors and dim lighting, and a casual side patio with tile tables and billowing drapes. Start things off at the bar with one of their signature white-ginger cosmos, and perhaps the tuna-avocado tartare appetizer with sweet-chili vinaigrette and wasabi cream, which has long been a staple here. For a superb breakfast, consider the
omelet with portobello mushrooms and Brie.
333 Commercial St., Provincetown, Massachusetts, 02657, USA
Dec 16, 2008
A very good place for breakfast in this town, right on the Commercial Street main drag. Good, fresh ingredients and friendly service. Cramped and can be crowded, but worth the visit. Also serves dinner.