Join us for our annual New Year's Eve Supper Club Event. Dine on a sumptous 4 course meal prepared by our executive chef, Raul Garcia, all while being entertained by the song stylings of Broadway star, Mary Callanan and her long time accompaniest, Brian Patton. The dinner and show take place in our main dining room where we've bulit a special stage. With only 46 seats the evening promises to be intimate, entertaining and delicious. We have both early and late seatings and the menu is the same for either: https://www.tinpanalleyptown.com/new-year-s-eve.html The early seating begins at 5:30pm (seating in 15 minute intervals up to 6:45pm) with a 1 hour show at 7:00pm The late* seating begins at 8:30pm (seating in 15 minute intervals up to 9:45pm) with a 3 hour show at 9:30pm * includes a complimentary champagne toast at midnight FAQs What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Free Parking is available at the McMillan Wharf parking lot which is just around the corner. FAQs What's the refund policy? Cancel 14 days or more in advance -Full Refund, Cancel less than 14 days - Full refund less $25 penalty provided seat can be re-sold.
There is nothing better than a hot, soft steamed bun on a cold day. Skip the trip to Chinatown and learn how to make your own at home when we demystify these seemingly complicated treats. We’ll make a variety of options including meat and vegetarian varieties. Instructed by Head Chef Lucio Garnica.
Ptown Scoop 385 Commercial Street Provincetown, MA 02657 5084139591
Our family-owned business offers the BEST homemade ice cream, frozen yogurt, frappes, sundaes, banana splits, and ice cream pizza...We are sure to please since you can "Get 27 licks!" We even offer ice cream for your four-legged family member!
Provincetown is the last community located at the tip of Cape Cod. Although Provincetown was not founded until 1727, Bartholomew Gosnold arrived in Provincetown Harbor from Maine in 1602. The Mayflower docked for the first time in the Provincetown harbor in 1620 and is the official first landing of the pilgrims.
Over the years during the 18th century, the town's population fluctuated along with the price of fish. Aside from fishing there was farming which was the next most important thing and there were some salt works and one mill.
A wealth of art and preserved momentous buildings combined with the lure of the sea help Provincetown to maintain a vast tourist and summer home industry. Provincetown offers history, shopping, great restaurants and the smells and sounds of the ocean from all directions.