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Happy Summer!


We're open every day from 11 am until 11 pm.

225 Commercial Street
Provincetown, MA 02657

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Happy Summer!


We're open every day from 11 am until 11 pm.

225 Commercial Street
Provincetown, MA 02657

Photo courtesy Map & Menu

At the Canteen... 

we use high-quality ingredients to create Cape Cod favorites from scratch. Our hot and cold lobster rolls start with whole, local lobsters shucked by hand every day. The breads for our sandwiches are baked and delivered early every morning by Pain D'Avignon and Iggy’s.  And we use Stumptown beans and Belloqc teas to cold brew coffee and iced tea.

Our raw bar features local shellfish, often including oysters grown here in Provincetown.  Cape Cod beer flows alongside other New England favorites, and our wine list features vintages grown 3 miles away in Truro and 3,000 miles away in France. 

Housed in a 200 year-old building, our communal dining room opens onto the bustle of downtown Provincetown.  

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About Us


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About Us


Loic Rossignon

Dubbed the “Swiss Army knife” while attending banking school in France, Loic is known for saying “Yes” first and “Let’s figure out how to make it happen” second. A Provincetown resident for over a decade, Loic has worked in real estate and restaurants, built Carnival parade floats, owned a catering company, and volunteered on different community boards. He is a graduate of the International Culinary Center's Restaurant Management program.

Tom Pucci 

Tom first made his mark on Provincetown’s food scene with Pucci’s, a beloved restaurant he owned with his sister and brother for over two decades. Famous for his secret chicken wing recipe and his impressive vegetable and herb garden, Tom has been a Provincetown resident for most of his life. (In fact, one of his first jobs in town, at the age of 19, was doing odd jobs and shining shoes in an apartment above what is now The Canteen!)

Rob Anderson

While working as a journalist for outlets like The New Republic in Washington, D.C., and the Boston Globe’s editorial page, Rob was repeatedly urged by his closest friends to give up journalism for cooking. (Because they hankered for his food, not because they hated his writing!) A graduate of the International Culinary Center in New York, Rob visited Provincetown on vacation three years ago and hasn’t left since.

More at robertcanderson.com