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Provincetown -- restaraunt formerly known as Cafe Blase


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Provincetown -- restaraunt formerly known as Cafe Blase

Steph&Company | Aug 16, 2005 12:10 AM


I was in P-town in May and noticed that the Cafe Blase had a new name and would open on Memorial Day weekend. I can't remember the new name ... do you know it?

We'll be in the area in about a week and are wondering if they have a reliable menu with offerings that might appeal to kids like Blase did. I don't care if it's a kids' menu, just as long as we can find a burger or fried fish or chicken fingers ... stuff like that.

My husband I have been vacationing in N.Truro for many years and used to be familiar w/ many restaraunts in P-town: The Red Inn, Sal's Place, the Mews, the now-gone Flagship, the now-gone Dancing Lobster (especially when it was in the Flagshop space, but Pepi's Wharf was ok, too) the now gone Moors and the now gone Stormy Harbor were among our favorites) ... but then we had kids and firmly believe in NOT subjecting other diners to our kids.

As our kids get older (now 6 1/2 and 8 1/2) and are better at sitting and learning to appreciate restaruants ... we are venturing out again. The Post Office Cafe has become a favorite breakfast spot for all of us.

The Cafe Blase on Commercial Street -- famous for years for the pink and blue umbrellas had become a favorite spot for an 5:30ish dinner because the kids could spend a lot of time people-watching and dog-watching, and the meal could be leisurely if they were mellow or quick if they weren't.

But now we can't remember its new name and I'd like to try to find a menu or get an idea of what's on it.

Can you help?


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