Ten Tables, Provincetown

Our annual college roommates weekend on Cape Cod always involves great food, wine, cocktails, and lots of fun. The first night tradition is to do a lobster boil, followed by karaoke in Provincetown. The second night, if I am lucky enough to get a day off to stay, is devoted to a delicious Provincetown restaurant. This year, we celebrated my birthday at Ten Tables Provincetown.

Ten Tables, Provincetown

I had been to Ten Tables in Provincetown for cocktails before but never eaten at this sweet spot in a lovely old house. Being still out of season, Ten Tables wasn’t crowded yet, and we enjoyed a really delicious and relaxing dinner there.

Ten Tables, Provincetown Ten Tables, Provincetown

I started with the same cocktail I had the last time, Paint the Town Red, a completely refreshing blend of Wodka Vodka, St. Germain, fresh strawberries, lemon juice & splash of Cava Rose. I could drink this cocktail all day long, preferably with a beach view.

Paint the town red cocktail

One of my friends sipped this lovely lilac cocktail, Grey Gardens, with a garden view.

grey gardens cocktail

The menu offered lots of delectable items, and I decided that after a night and day of indulgences, I needed a vegetable in my life. Crunchy, fresh cucumbers, golden oregano, and feta made for a refreshing starter.

cucumber salad

I balanced the cold and crunchy with some briny, creamy fried oysters with piquillo pepper relish. It was my second time eating fried oysters that weekend. I can’t get enough fried seafood.

fried oysters

My friend’s burger, topped with an egg and nestled next to gravy fries was the perfect comfort food. The fries were salty and delicious, even better dunked in smoky BBQ sauce.

Ten Tables burger

We may have been full and ready for more cocktails and dancing, but a visit to Ten Tables is not complete without their chocolate terrine with Thai basil ice cream. It is one of the best desserts I have ever had, and I will always make room for a few bites.

chocolate terrine

Ten Tables in Jamaica Plain and Cambridge are both fabulous, and the Provincetown location certainly measures up. Provincetown is one of my favorite places on the planet, and Ten Tables definitely makes it more delicious.

What are your favorite places to visit again and again?

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  1. Bianca @ Confessions of a Chocoholic’s avatar

    I’d love to go to Provincetown and eat at 10 Tables! That burger looks fantastic.

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  2. Megan’s avatar

    I love that chocolate terrine. One of my absolute favorite desserts. I really want to check out the P-Town location this summer.

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  3. Michelle Collins’s avatar

    This is such a fun idea to do a trip like this annually! I love going to Portland, ME in the summer.

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  4. Raija’s avatar

    Oh man, I wish we were back there right now! And your photos make our food and drinks look almost as good as when we were right there!!

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  5. Colleen @ Culinary Colleen’s avatar

    I haven’t been to any of their locations, but it looks like I need to asap!

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  6. Emily @ A Cambridge Story’s avatar

    This looks like such a fun girl’s weekend! I have never been to the Ptown location of Ten Tables but imagine it’s a perfect spot to snag a meal after a beach day!

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  7. Daisy’s avatar

    so much love for ptown! I have a post on it coming on monday.

    I still haven’t visited ten tables there though. We always end up at The Lobster Pot.

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