Enzo

186 Commercial St., (Formerly Esther's), Provincetown, Massachusetts, 02657, United States

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25%
5
Very Good
35%
7
Average
10%
2
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10%
2
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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples60
  • Solo100
  • Business0
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    Enzo is both delightful & fabulous!

    by

    I have taken my lovely bride to Provincetown for many, many years now, starting when we were dating, now almost every year for our anniversary (16 years & counting!), & Enzo is by far our favorite place to rest, relax, sleep, & canoodle. The rooms are a nice size (& oh-so-tasteful!), the bathrooms are by far the best (& cleanest!) in Provincetown, the service is wonderful (& non-obtrusive), & the location cannot be beat. Innkeeper & fabulous person Jennifer is accommodating & thoughtful. After trying many different places in Cape Cod, Enzo is beyond compare. Simply enough, it is the perfect Provincetown B&B & you should look no further than this delightful abode for your stay in this equally delightful town...

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Travel Tips for Provincetown

Commercial Street

by zChris

See Commercial Street. This is Provincetown's bustling main thoroughfare, where the sidewalks can't hold the masses of summer tourists and they often spill into the road, making driving quite unpleasant but the atmosphere great for pedestrians. The street is lined by restaurants, shops, bars, clubs- you name it. If you're looking for action in Provincetown, this is where to find it. The most frequented section is around Town Hall and MacMillan Wharf. In the East and West Ends the crowds tend to fade. The buildings are all colourful Victorian varieties inviting visitors.

Sex shops

by shouvik

For provincetown, this is not an Off the Beaten path activity, but more a path well beaten ! However, most of us don't spend that much time in sex shops, and the ones in Provincetown are definitely way more "out there" than the Boston Puritan Scene allows. Check them out, they are a lark, and a-plenty on commercial street

Oh, there are so many. And...

by dustgod

Oh, there are so many. And they're good for different things. I LOVE Cafe Edwige. Stylish, wonderful food a bit on the pricey side. But everything is in PTown. Lobster Pot has the best clam chowder I've ever had. Governor Bradford seems to treat the lobsters most tenderly.
Cafe Edwige or Martin House is where you take someone you're looking to impress, who is used to the finer things in commestibles. Did I spell that correctly?
The Lobster Pot is on the water, and you have a water view from almost every seat. Just don't go right at lunch or dinner. Long lines, my friend. That's too hard. Probably some daily special at Cafe Edwige. I have different things I get everywhere.
Usually a lobster at Governor Bradford. Cafe Blase is tops for people watching, has a mean lobster roll and the best mint iced tea on the Cape.

Renting Bikes

by tayloretc

There are a lot of places to rent bikes from, and it's a great way to visit the National Seashore Park and surrounding area. We got ours from Arnold’s (address/phone below). The bikes appeared to be decently maintained (although I had trouble getting my mountain bike to shift back into first gear, and the chain fell of my friend’s hybrid twice), and the staff was helpful and efficient. Rates for bikes in 5/2008 were: $5 hour; $16 half-day; $20 full day.

They also have for rent tandem bikes, those trailers for little kids you can attach to a bike, strollers, and beach gear. Open daily 9-6.

View from the top

by leffe3

So you've made the effort to get to the top of the tallest American granite building (220 feet or so). But is it worth it? A resounding yes - some great 270 degree views (nothing to see behind you sadly :))

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Address: 186 Commercial St., (Formerly Esther's), Provincetown, Massachusetts, 02657, United States