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Provincetown/Wellfleet eating

Joanie | Aug 29, 2002 07:43 AM

Had some good luck on our short trip to the Cape. Not the first nite at Twomey's tho. They were out of quite a few things but I thought the mussels w/ linguine in a spicy sauce sounded good (even tho I was craving a garlic sauce). It was relatively tasty but the mussels were super small and the meal didn't really sit too well. My friend had fish and chips which were done in a nice batter, no cole slaw. Nice Irish kid waited on us refilling our boring white bread. Should know not to go in a place where they stand with a menu out front. Got a piece of tiramisu cake at the Java Cafe which was fair.

The next nite we went to the old Mayflower (est. 1929) where a lobster roll WITH fries and cole slaw was $9.95! It actually was pretty good, grilled bun, not too much mayo, okay fries, I was happy. My friend ate every morsel of his $12.95 lobster dinner. People's fried clams looked amazing, I should have gotten some as an appetizer. Some French folks sat behind us, looked at the menu and left and I'm thinking, if you can't find something on this menu, where are you gonna go? They have everything. Got a grapenut ice cream a couple doors down, very good.

Got a clam plate at the Sub n Cone on Rt. 6 in Wellfleet which hit the spot cuz I'd been wanting clams all weekend. They were okay, a little heavy on the batter, a few chewy ones. $13.95 for a plate w/ fries and cole slaw. Better deals on the north shore overall as far as clams go.

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