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We just love dining at Front Street. The gorgonzola stuffed filet mignon is to die for! Since the trout was so highly recommended by our server, I ordered that and loved it.
The service is very professional and first rate.
I can't remember how many times I walked past here, and wanted to eat, but could not. By chance we walked in early and were able to be seated. The meal did not disappoint.
We both had caesar salads. I had pappardelle alla casalinga, which...More
Great atmosphere and outstanding food! I dream about the tea smoked duck all year!
We celebrate every year with Front Street and appreciate the attention to detail and the way they consistently make culinary magic.
This was a recent find for me since I spend less time on the West end.
It's an amazing restaurant, darkly lit with candles and a reddish glow. The wait staff is impeccable and really know their stuff.
Food was delicious and they happily accommodate...More
My partner and I ate here for the first time in celebration of his 40th birthday. As Provincetown regulars, we had heard wonderful things about the restaurant and wanted to give it a try for this special occasion. Initially, we were concerned upon arrival as...More
We come to P’town most every year & have for a long time, & this restaurant remains on the top of my list. I’ve never gotten other than a great meal. A couple of my favorites are the soft shell crab & the eggplant parm....More
Our party of five ate here on a Saturday night and ordered a variety of entrées from the menu. 2 of the guests had lobster ravioli and each of them commented that they had to remind themselves that there was lobster within each bite of...More
I wouldn't quote me on this, but if my memory serves me correctly from past summer seasons, they usually open in time for Memorial Day Weekend. However, you might want to call to see if they have a message on their... More
I wouldn't quote me on this, but if my memory serves me correctly from past summer seasons, they usually open in time for Memorial Day Weekend. However, you might want to call to see if they have a message on their voicemail, or follow them on Facebook!
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