This is the place to go to grab fresh fruit, cheese and crackers, sandwiches, cooked shrimp, Portuguese bread, baked goods and anything else you'll need to picnic at the beach or take back to your room or camp. The prices are in your average grocery store range. I would shop there over the ACME here at home anyday. They make a good Hoagie.
I've been going to this place for 30 years and can not find another that I like better. You can get a room looking out over the bay and just sit back and relax or cross over 6A and walk the beach that grows quite large at low tide. You can enjoy the pool next door at a much more expensive chain on hot days if the beach is not on your list. They have a poolside gill with cocktails that makes an enjoyable mid day treat.
There is a great breakfast waiting for you here. The hotel is on the bay and the restaurant across the street. Wonderful pancakes with blueberries and great coffee!!!!
This is a whale watch store for shore! You can get the usual cups, caps, glasses, key chains, stuff whales, toys, post cards, candy and everything else you can think of that is whale here. You can also get tickets. It is located just as you are about to head for the boat so pick up some film too.
A unique shop for Woman by Woman. You'll find fine jewelry, pottery, poetry. novels, music, cards, and the list goes on. A must stop for every Woman who comes to P-Town.
The pizza is good by Philly standards, it is especially good for New England who doesn't quite have the tossing thing down pat. The fun part is that everyone gathers out front and you can be seen by those you left at home on the web cam.
I do not leave P-Town without having a bowl of Portuguese Soup at the Mayflower. This is a family restaurant that serves very good food at reasonable prices. I have never had a bad meal here in 30 years. Come early on week-ends to get a table because everyone else knows this is a "must stop".
Stop in to grab a local treat of fried dough sprinkled with sugar FRESH AND HOT. You can see them being made through the front window. There are several Portuguese delights that you buy by the slice and everyone is worthy of your vote. Breakfast is made for those who stop in early or if you'd like lunch pick up a sandwich and some kale soup!
This shop is what you'd expect in a town that is VERY diverse. Interesting is an understatement. Certainly not a store that you would take the kids in. It lives up to the name and if you happen to wonder upstairs keep an out mind. You have been warned!
This is a good place to stop by to grab some things to take back to the room for a snack. You can have a sandwich made, cheese and crackers, wine, whatever you need for a picnic while you explore the island. The items are a little over priced but still a good stop to shop for a few things that you couldn't/wouldn't pack.