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Bistro at Crowne Pointe

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Bistro at Crowne Pointe Review

Inside the snazzy Crowne Pointe Inn, this intimate, casually handsome restaurant occupies the parlor and sunroom of a grand sea captain's mansion. The kitchen serves finely crafted, healthful, modern American food, such as local cheeses, grass-fed sirloin, and several local seafood options. The wine list is substantial, with well over a hundred selections to choose from. A Fodors.com reader "fell in love with the intimate bar and dining area and were warmly welcomed by the staff."

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No lunch.
Updated: 12-23-2013

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    Bistro at Crowne Pointe Review

    My partner and I had the opportunity to dine at the Bistro during our trip. We walked in and fell in love with the intimate bar and dining area and were warmly welcomed by the staff. The wine list was extensive and fairly priced. We were shocked at the value of the food - based on other restaurants in Ptown and what they charge we thought the prices were extreemly reasonable. The quality of the food and the presentation were over the top. This place just did it all for us.

    by naplesgerry, 1/17/10
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    Top Restaurant In Provincetown - Secret Escape

    While staying in Ptown for 5 nights I had the opportunity to dine at 5 different restaurants. I found the service, food, and atmosphere at the Bistro to be outstanding. The service was friendly and not rushed. The food was good clean food with great natural flavors. The wine list was extensive and fairly priced.

    We had the house specialty chowder, Kobe Beef Burger Appt and Filet for Dinner. the Filet just melted in my mouth.

    We finished the meal with an amazing dessert we shared - chocolate lovers dream.

    I would suggest this restaurant to anyone dining in Ptown regardless of if you stay at the hotel or not. Its just outstanding!

    by travelinben, 7/29/08

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