Happy Camper – Cold-brewed coffee ice pops, donuts, pies and more lure sugar-seekers to Happy Camper, a Provincetown, Massachusetts, bakery that opened in 2015 alongside sister restaurant, the Canteen.
Strangers & Saints – Housed in the 1850 Provincetown home of whaler Captain John Cook, Strangers & Saints is a cozy new Mediterranean gastro-pub featuring local ingredients with a modern spin.
Chequessett Chocolate – A true small-batch, bean-to-bar chocolatier, Chequessett Chocolate sells its headliner sweets alongside coffee and pastries in its shop in North Truro.
Joeys Food Trucks – Joeys mobile Kanguru taco and burrito truck, offering options like jerk chicken burritos or seared cod tacos, can be found at the Truro Farmers' Market every Monday morning and at Head of the Meadow Beach in the afternoons.
Ceraldi – At Ceraldi in Wellfleet, chef Michael Ceraldi puts together a prix-fixe, seven-course meal that changes nightly, telling what he calls "the story of the Cape."
Captain's Choice – Among the newest businesses in North Truro is Captain's Choice, an elevated seafood shack run by Chris King, a fifth-generation fisherman and Provincetown native.
Kohi Coffee Company – A small space with a backdoor view on Provincetown Harbor, Kohi Coffee Company opened in 2014, offering beverages made with beans from Portland, Maine's Tandem Coffee Roasters.
BŌL – BŌL, a tiny shop on the grounds of the Wagner at Duck Creek hotel, offers a variety of both sweet and savory acai bowls, adding fresh berries, banana, peanut butter and beets to bowls based on the little Amazon berry.