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P'town readies Restaurant Week & Gallery Stroll

Posted by David Lyon  May 11, 2011 04:55 PM

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Two dozen restaurants and 29 galleries are set to participate in the culinary and artistic kick-off to summer in the third annual Provincetown Restaurant Week and Gallery Stroll, May 20-26. Participating eateries run the gamut of Outer Cape cooking, from traditional Yankee seafood at the Lobster Pot to the cutting-edge light Italian fare of Dalla Cucina. Each of the 24 restaurants will offer a three-course dinner at a fixed price of either $25 or $35. On Friday night, May 20, the art galleries throw their doors open for artists' receptions 6-8 p.m. If you need another excuse for an early-season visit to Provincetown, the Town-Wide Monumental Yard Sale takes place May 21-23. For more information, see the Provincetown Tourism Office web site.

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