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THE red INN is about old-world charm & new-world pleasure… Built in 1805 on beautiful Provincetown Harbor, THE red INN has welcomed guests since 1915, including President and Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, celebrities, dignitaries, and — most importantly — our everyday guests. Today THE red INN is known around the world for offering premiere accommodations in a spectacular setting. The Inn features three beautifully appointed guest rooms, three spacious suites and two luxurious private residences, all with waterfront decks and breathtaking views of Provincetown Harbor and Cape Cod Bay. Dining at THE red INN is an experience you will not want to miss! Offering a menu that changes with the seasons,
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We were a large group for 2 evenings in a row before New Years, the oysters were perfection, drinks great, service amazing; friendly, competent and fun. We loved going there! We watched the fire works on the main pier from the Red Inn deck and...More
We'd already had great seafood elsewhere in town, so for this visit -- our second to the Red Inn -- we had excellent pepper-crusted filet mignon and dijon-crusted lamb chops. The restaurant is right on the water, and our table had direct-on-the-bay views.
My cousin and I, saw the place, it looked good so we went for it. What a treat. Enthusiastic waiters, happy clients and great food. We had the raw clams and oysters with tomato and horse-radish dressing, beautiful followed by baked cod. It was just...More
We walked by the Red Inn several times in our visits to Provincetown but never went in to eat until this week. Wonderful restaurant with a great view of the harbor. We got there at sunset and watched the colors on the water change with...More
My family and I dined at a table overlooking the seaside on a recent trip to PTown. If you are ever in a position to visit the Red Inn and have dinner, do it. From beginning drinks to appetizers, we enjoyed the pate which was...More