| Banner Correspondent
PROVINCETOWN — Thanksgiving is undoubtedly going to look different this year as the coronavirus threat continues, and a lot of community members are probably finding themselves needing new, unconventional plans for the holiday.
On Nov. 19, the Provincetown Board of Health and Department of Health sent out a statement urging residents and visitors to remain vigilant over the holidays as the state is in the midst of a second surge of COVID-19, such as limiting indoor gatherings to 10 people. The state has issued a complete set of guidelines for Thanksgiving.
Many may forego traditions of large-scale celebrations and holiday travel this year. If you’re not in the mood to cook this year, then, plenty of local restaurants are offering dine-in and take-out options for a no-hassle Thanksgiving meal.
Napis: 7 Freeman St., Provincetown. Open for dine-in on Thursday from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Offering a pre-fixe menu including a traditional turkey dinner and seafood options, and the full dinner menu will be available a-la-carte. Reservations recommended by calling 508-237-6787. View the full menu at https://napisptown.com/
The Canteen: 225 Commercial St., Provincetown. Taking pre-orders for Thanksgiving meals to-go with options of whole roasted turkeys, vegan Wellingtons, sides, pies and drinks. Deadline to order is Nov. 21 with pick-ups scheduled for Wednesday or Thursday morning. Order items at thecanteenptown.com or call 508-482-3800 with questions.
Tin Pan Alley: 269 Commercial St., Provincetown. Offering sit-down and to-go. Open 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday for dine-in. Reservations recommended and a pre-fixe menu is available. For take out, they will be offering complete turkey dinners that can be reheated for groups of 4-6 or 6-8 people, including turkey, sides and more. Orders for complete dinners must be placed by Nov. 19 with pickup on Wednesday. Call 508-487-1648 to order or make a reservation and view the menu at tinpanalleyptown.com
Soup Kitchen In Provincetown: 20 Shank Painter Rd., Provincetown. SKIP will be offering a free Thanksgiving lunch for pick up including turkey, sides and dessert, with gluten-free and vegan options available. Pick-up begins at 12:30 p.m. Read the full menu at https://www.skipfood.org/
The Mews: 492 Commercial St., Provincetown. Offering dine-in Thanksgiving dinner starting at 4 p.m. with the last reservation at 6:45 p.m. No takeout available. Offering pre-fixe or a-la-carte menu. Read the full menu at https://www.facebook.com/mewsrestaurant
Blue Monkey Cafe: 334 Commercial St., Provincetown. Offering sweet and savory pies, including a whole Thanksgiving dinner in a pie, to go for pickup. If you want to pick up on Thanksgiving day, order by Nov. 22. Call 508-487-9100 to order and check out the full menu at https://thebluemonkeycafe.com/
East End Market: 212 Bradford St., Provincetown. Offering to-go preparing thanksgiving dinner for $20 per person, including turkey and sides. Stop in or call 508-487-2339 to order.
Please email [email protected] about any additional restaurants/organizations on the Outer Cape offering Thanksgiving meals.