Looking for dog-friendly restaurants in provincetown, ma? P-town is loaded with dining options that allow dogs. Most of the places listed below are on Commercial Street, an absolute must-visit for dog lovers.
Commercial street gets pretty crowded during the summer tourist season, so expect long wait times at sit-down restaurants.
Restaurants that allow dogs in provincetown, ma
207 Commercial St, Provincetown
Big Daddy’s Burrito
205 Commercial St, Provincetown
The Blue Monkey – Café and Bistro
334 Commercial St, Provincetown
355 Commercial St, Provincetown
Bubala’s By the Bay
183 Commercial Street, Provincetown
Bubala’s by the Bay has a large dog-friendly patio. a great place to grab a cocktail and watch some of Provincetown’s lively characters in action as commercial street chaos rolls on past.
Central House at the Crown
247 Commercial Street, Provincetown
Central House at the Crown is a small dog-friendly patio area with the same menu as the adjacent Crown and Anchor Restaurant. Look for fresh fish and seafood offerings. Like most places in provincetown, ordering multiple afternoon drinks will really run up your tab. Dogs might get a free Pilgrim Bark Park dog bowl.
225 Commercial St, Provincetown
205 Commercial St, Provincetown (Aquarium Mall)
Far Land Provisions
150 Bradford St, Provincetown
Fortune Cookie Chinese Restaurant
205 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA
fortune cookie chinese restaurant is located in the aquarium, where dogs are allowed.
French Patisserie Cafe Provincetown
353 Commercial St Unit 353A, Provincetown
214 Commercial Street, Provincetown, Ma
frappo66 a family-style provincetown restaurant with an outdoor seating area that is pet-friendly. Gotta leave the dog outside when your go and order though.
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Governor Bradford Restaurant
312 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA
275 Commercial Street, Provincetown
Grab n’ Go Health Bar
212 Commercial St, Provincetown
I Dream of Gelato
207 Commercial St # 209, Provincetown
JD’s Woodfire Grille
258 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA
jd’s menu has pizza, burgers, seafood, and sushi. There is a large covered deck area is a lively place to eat in provincetown with your dog. if you go upstairs tables are very packed in. your dog may pass closely to tables, so rascally animals must be attended carefully. found that out the hard way.
Joe Coffee & Espresso Bar
170 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA
Joe Coffee has a dog-friendly patio.
309 Commercial St # 5, Provincetown
Kung Fu Dumplings
293 Commercial St, Provincetown
Kung Fu Dumplings is located right next to Rebecca the hanging great white shark, right near the bathrooms by MacMillan Wharf. Great soup dumplings.
There’s a few picnic tables outside where you can eat shared with the restaurant next door, and dogs are allowed. There’s usually a bunch of spilled food under the tables, which are sometimes sticky. Watch out for the air conditioner runoff dripping down near the back entrance.
Lewis Brothers Homemade Ice Cream
310 Commercial St, Provincetown
Lobster Pot Express
5 Ryder St Ext., Provincetown
186 Commercial St, Provincetown
Mac’s Fish House Provincetown
85 Shank Painter Rd, Provincetown
207 Commercial St Provincetown (in the Aquarium mall)
Nor’East Beer Garden
206 Commercial St, Provincetown
Patio American Grill & Cocktail Bar
328 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA
cocktails? why, its barely past breakfast time. what a delightful idea! patio american grill and cocktail bar allows dogs, which is good if you get a thirst while out walking your dog on commercial street.
Pepe’s Wharf Restaurant
371 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA
Pepe’s Wharf Restaurant allows dogs on the edge of their patio.
Perfect Picnic Provincetown
258 Commercial Street & 293 Commercial Street at MacMillan Pier, Provincetown
Perfect Picnic makes delightful gourmet gift baskets that you can take anywhere on the cape. Delicious cheeses and cured meats, paired with beer and wine. a great companion for a beach sunset. We recently ordered one for a wedding gift for a honeymoon in P-town and the recipients were blown away.
Perfect picnic also sells little baguettinnis, which are 5″ mini Baguettes available in several flavors. They’re a great handheld snack for walking around commercial street, and there’s a few picnic tables outside in the dining area shared with. The Nutella Strawberry was one to look for, and the prosciutto sandwich was great too.
Pilgrim House & Landing Restaurant
336 Commercial St, Provincetown
Post Office Cafe & Cabaret
303 Commercial St, Provincetown
Serving breakfast daily from 8am to 12pm.
141 Bradford St, Provincetown
Dogs are allowed inside and outside at Provincetown Brewing. They’re so dog friendly they have a dog house outside, perfect if your pup imbibes too deeply and needs to sleep it off. Look out for Brewski the brewery dog.
385 Commercial St, Provincetown
Relish Bakery & Sandwich Shop
93 Commercial St, Provincetown
331 Commercial St, Provincetown
237 Commercial St, Provincetown
Ross’ Grill is a Bistro and Wine Bar located on the second floor of Whaler’s Wharf. This harborfront spot features New American cuisine & a big list of wines by the glass.
353 Commercial St, Provincetown
386 Commercial Street, Provincetown
Hotel eatery with French-Italian inspired New England menu.
190 Commercial St, Provincetown
The Red Inn
15 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA
Tin Pan Alley
269 Commercial St, Provincetown
Twisted Pizza, Subs and Ice Cream
93 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA
Twisted Pizza sells new york-style pizza, ice cream (including soft-serve), and smoothies.
265 Commercial St, Provincetown
The Wired Puppy
379 Commercial Street, Provincetown
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Things to do after you finish eating
Provincetown loaded with things to do with your dog. Walk around commercial street, do some shopping, check out the provincetown harbor beach, and have some fun!
To see more, view a list of the 5 best things to do with your dog in p-town.
Here are some pet-friendly activities to enjoy after you finish dining with your dog in provincetown, ma:
Dog-friendly beaches on cape cod
Provincetown is a lot more dog-friendly than other cape cod towns. There are lots of dog-friendly beaches on cape cod, but many towns don’t allow pets on the beaches during the summertime.
If you’re visiting provincetown, be sure to check out the beaches of the cape cod national seashore with your dog, they allow dogs all summer long (unless access gets restricted by nesting piping plovers). Herring cove beach and race point beach are both among the best beaches you’ll ever step foot on, and are located minutes from downtown P-town. check them out!
Dog walks and hiking trails
There’s no better way to experience the natural beauty of cape cod than a long walk with your dog after you finish dining in provincetown.
For a nice secluded beach walk, consider walking out to Long Point Lighthouse. For a more commercial, touristy experience you can always stroll up and down commercial street.
Dogs are welcomed in many stores and restaurants with outdoor seating, which is most of them.
Want to have your dog let out some steam so they’re sleepy when you get back to your hotel or cottage? There’s a bunch of new friends to be made-visit p-town’ts dog park, pilgrim bark park.
View a list of dog parks on cape cod.
The best place for your dog to socialize and run around off-leash isn’t actually a dog park at all. The provincetown harbor beachis the only public off-leash dog beach on cape cod, and is located right off commercial street. It’s a must-visit! Learn more about this beach on our dog-friendly beaches page.
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