Provincetown, MA

A Provincetown Tradition Returns: The Lobster Pot Reopens Doors

Dianna Carney

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(KINGSTON, MASSACHUSETTS) The Lobster Pot, a family-run seafood restaurant in Provincetown, has been a part of the Cape Cod community since its beginnings in 1979. The establishment has become a beloved spot for locals and visitors alike, offering delicious seafood cuisine and a welcoming atmosphere.

On Thursday, March 23rd, The Lobster Pot made an exciting announcement on their Facebook page that they will be returning for the 2023 season on Friday, April 14th. The news of the restaurant's reopening has caused a stir within the community, with over 500 reactions and 50 comments on the Facebook post within just four hours!

Fans of the restaurant expressed their joy and excitement at seeing The Lobster Pot back in business for another year. One fan wrote, “Welcome back! You’ve been missed.” Another fan gave a personal shoutout to a beloved employee, stating: “Looking forward to seeing you Shawn, and as usual having a DELICIOUS meal.” The outpouring of positive feedback from the community shows the impact that The Lobster Pot has had on the community over the years!
"Oysters Rockefeller: Oysters baked with spinach, Pernod and parmesan"Photo byThe Lobster Pot

The Lobster Pot's commitment to quality and tradition has earned it a loyal following of customers who return year after year to enjoy their favorite seafood dishes. The restaurant, which is run by the same family that established it over 40 years ago, has become a staple of the Provincetown community, and its reopening is a much-awaited event.

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