The Top Three Spots for Brunch in Provincetown
As the seasons change, the best spot to warm up while enjoying your vacation is an outer Cape diner or pastry shop.
As the seasons change, the best spot to warm up while enjoying your vacation is an outer Cape diner or pastry shop. When coming in from outside, compliment your scenic seaside views with an authentic, cozy Cape Cod breakfast and eat among the locals who call this slice of paradise home.
Savory & the Sweet Escape
For breakfast food, try the Breaker – linguica, scrambled egg, and cheese on a sweet Portuguese roll. Other house favorites include the standard Eggs any style with cheese, and generous helpings of sausage, applewood-smoked bacon, or savory cuts of ham. Bagels, scones, and muffins are baked daily and served hot and fresh.
For dessert, consider one of the wide assortments of pies, cupcakes, and brownies made fresh along with hot coffee at the espresso bar. Savory also serves ice cream, ranging from Madagascar Vanilla Bean to Cranberry Bog and Coffee Toffee; pick your favorite flavor to round out your visit.
Located off Shank Painter Road in Provincetown, this warm and lively diner sports some serious desserts. Sample large sticky bun as you complement it with hot coffee and chocolate chip pancakes. For your meal, look to Chach's Eggs Benedict, made savory with ample servings of hash browns and sausage or bacon.
On unusually cold days, heat up with Chach's delicious Chipotle Pumpkin soup, or a classic grilled cheese and tomato soup. Complement your brunch with a cocktail or drink – specialties include violet or strawberry mimosas, Bloody Marys, or a glass of wine.
After a stroll down Provincetown's quaint and rustic Commercial Street, stop into The Canteen to warm up. Order the big egg sandwich on grilled ciabatta bread with thick cuts of applewood-smoked bacon, melted cheddar cheese, and topped with slow-roasted tomatoes.
Follow with a warm serving of shakshuka; eggs baked in a stew of tomatoes, peppers, and onions with a side of toast.
Commercial Street is home to dozens of eclectic shops, small cafes, and restaurants worth mentioning. For dessert, consider Donut Experiment and Edwige further down the street, and for a full restaurant experience, pop into the casual Italian spot, Fanizzi's for pasta dishes with a view of the water.
Savory & the Sweet Escape – 316 Route 6, Truro
Open 6 am – 9 pm
Chach Restaurant – 73 Shank Painter Rd, Provincetown
Open Thurs – Tues, 8 am – 2 pm
Written by Digital Content Coordinator Greg Miller
Images by Sharon Bowes
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