Lobster Fest

Hello from Truro! It has been gray, rainy, and cold, but a gray and rainy beach day is still a beach day! I am heading back to Boston this morning and looking forward to a few fun events this week: tonight John Mariani (food and wine correspondent for Esquire Magazine) signing his book, How Italian Food Conquered the World at Bina Osteria, Wednesday a patio party at Sam’s at Louis, and Friday morning going home to see my family. . . on a plane!! Thank you fab Jet Blue sale for being cheaper than a car rental and saving me 10 hours of driving!


I love the Cape. I am pretty sure that Provincetown and Truro are two of the most magical places on the planet, and no matter where I live in the world, coming here will always be a travel priority. Even if I don’t go anywhere else, I want to be here.


Saturday nights of girls weekend are always dedicated to lobster.

Meet Lobby the lobster. We also had Larry and Lisa. I wanted to have a lobster race, but then I felt mean and backed out. My lobster would have won.


1.5 pounds of sweet, buttery bliss. New England love. The lobster dinner is simple, lobster, butter, corn, and plenty of wine, like this Secco that we picked up at The Urban Grape at their anniversary sale. It is inexpensive, tasty bubbly, perfect for summer. I highly recommend. And it comes in pink as well. Smile


The second part of the night is always karaoke. We always sing Sweet Caroline, but this year we mixed it up and ALSO sang Cherish. We are great singers.

The night always ends with dancing, then pizza at Spiritus. I probably shouldn’t share this crazy photo with the world, but what is life if you can’t laugh at yourself a little? I am certainly serious enough in day to day life. We had a fantastic evening, even without sun during the day. I can’t wait until next year!



Do you have favorite traditions with friends?

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Tags: beach, Food, lobster, Travel, wine

  1. Daisy’s avatar

    I completely agree with your statements about Ptown and Truro (add Wellfleet in there, too.) Even though I grew up in Yarmouth, those are my all time favorite cape towns! That photo of you is awesome and I love that green dress.


  2. Charlene’s avatar

    Looks like you had a great time and I love your dress!

    I have never been to Ptown yet but I’m eager to go this summer and will have to add Truro to my list too.


  3. Megan’s avatar

    Ha ha. Your weekend and my weekend look very similar. I was in Newport celebrating a friend’s bachelorette party. We went to the Barking Crab and ate a lot of seafood and then went out dancing.


  4. Emily @ A Cambridge Story’s avatar

    Looks like a great weekend despite the weather. I am also loving Secco – so fresh and yummy for summer. See you at Sam’s on Weds!


  5. Michelle Collins’s avatar

    Looks and sounds like you had a fun weekend!!


  6. Bianca @ Confessions of a Chocoholic’s avatar

    Sounds like you had a blast this weekend! I love the Cape too. And I name my lobsters too before cooking them :)


  7. MelissaNibbles’s avatar

    Looks like a fun night! I love your dress!


  8. Elizabeth’s avatar

    Sounds like you had an awesome weekend! I’ve only ever been to the cape once. I’d love to get there this summer!


  9. MJ’s avatar

    Aw! What a fun girls’ weekend. Makes me want to get to the beach immediately. Rain OR shine!


  10. Michelle’s avatar

    I can’t stop cracking up at that last photo! I’m glad you’re having a blast!


  11. Eric King’s avatar

    Looks like you had a great time – and the weather looks better than what we got here in B-town.
    you look like you had a lotta fun.


  12. Elina (Healthy and Sane)’s avatar

    Haha, that photo is awesome! I haven’t been to Provencetown in YEARS. I need to change that this summer!


  13. Terri’s avatar

    Yum! Lobster is definitely one of my favorite foods, year round!


  14. alicia’s avatar

    I love that picture of you!


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