Tin Pan Alley was conceived as both a restaurant and a piano lounge. A place where one could appreciate live music, great cocktails, excellent food or all of the above. We wanted to create a fun, inviting atmosphere that was beautiful, interesting and exciting. The space is divided into three sections. There is the front room which faces Commercial street where you’ll find our 14 stool bar and piano lounge. The décor is modern yet reminiscent of the 1920s/1930s with shades of smoky greys & blues and complete with tin ceiling. The middle of the restaurant houses the kitchen and bathrooms with a long corridor open to the kitchen so you can glimpse the chef in action. At the back of the restaurant, facing the ocean is the dining room. The dining room features a cathedral ceiling lined with skylights. The color scheme is inspired by the beach all blues, whites and tans. Still modern but very light, airy and comfortable. The dining room leads to our deck where you can enjoy al fresco dining on the beach.

​In the heart of historic Provincetown, opposite to Town Hall on Commercial Street, one block from McMillan Pier. Within walking distance of everything Ptown has to offer, Art Galleries, shops, museums, Inns and B&Bs.