Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Commercial Street | Provincetown



 Commercial Street is everything. Art. Pride. Freedom. Beaches. Expression. Fashion. Parties. Hidden Gems. Rainbows. Fisherman. Paintings. Wharfs. Pirates. History. Parades.

There's renowned seafood restaurants and dive bars, waterfront cocktail hot spots and new brewhouses. A pizza by the slice counter with a hidden bocce court. Clothing that ranges from wild consignment stores to casual surf shops. Seaside inspired and otherwise pristinely curated home decor boutiques. Penny candy + taffy. Whale Watches. Art gallery after art gallery: stunning oils on canvas to unique and funky work on display...... I feel like I'm still not done but - you get the idea. Towards the outskirts of each end - quaint B+B's start to pop up, and at the very end a picturesque jetty that juts outwards into the bay towards Race Point.

These photos honestly represent about 15%. There's just SO MUCH. I've been coming here since I was a kid, through high school and now as an adult, and it's a place I crave to return to each summer. I'm so lucky to have grown up on Cape Cod. SO LUCKY!

6 comments:

  1. I am in love with Provincetown. :) Can't wait to visit in August!

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  2. I am embarrassed to admit I've never been to Provincetown. Gotta change that when we move back!

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  3. You are making me so excited for my Truro week! The whole Galler family has always loved P-Town. I agree with you, there is so much to see and do!

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  4. These pics are so pretty! I am kind of embarrassed/shocked to say I haven't been to Provincetown yet! Hopefully I will get to visit soon :)
    xoxo, Jenna
    Boston Chic Party

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  5. I love how colorful and happy it is there! I went during the off season and it was so sad as it was so dreary and quiet. Need to go back this summer sometime!

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  6. can you believe I've never been to P-town?! Roberto's family has a house in Cotuit, but for some reason we've never made the trek all the way to the end of the cape (well, I know why- it's such a long distance in summer traffic!). What I want to do sometime is take the ferry from Boston to P-town- i think that would be so fun!

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