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Familiar flavors in Provincetown

Updated 5:00 PM ET, Thu March 26, 2015
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This week Anthony Bourdain returns to Provincetown, Massachusetts, where he first worked as a cook. Here Tony and old friend John Yingling, owner of Spiritus Pizza, head from the Lobster Pot down Commercial Street. The restaurant is a P-town classic. Zero Point Zero
The Lobster Pot's star attraction. Zero Point Zero
After fishing, it's time for drinks, fresh scallops and oysters with the local fishermen at the Old Colony Tap. Zero Point Zero
Wellfleet oysters are a tasty surprise for Tony and the crew. Zero Point Zero
Provincetown has a rich Portuguese fishing heritage as seen in this dish. Zero Point Zero
Tony walks along an open stretch of beach in Provincetown near where he used to live as a teenager. Zero Point Zero