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Tinys Locally Sourced Sustainable Restaurant Provincetown Cape Cod, MA – Plate Of The Day
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Tinys Locally Sourced Sustainable Restaurant Provincetown Cape Cod, MA

September 20, 2010
Tinys Locally Sourced Sustainable Restaurant Provincetown Cape Cod, MA

Cape Cod Labor Day 2010

Tinys
(508) 487-6237
336 Commercial St
Cape Cod
Provincetown, MA 02657

www.tinyslocalfood.com

I was kind of surprised and relieved to find Tiny’s Local Natural Food Restaurant among the many deep fried fish and chip stands and gimmicky bars on Commercial St in the heart of Provincetown. Perched above the 2nd floor, Tiny’s is a casual self service restaurant that offers a great view of all the activity below on Commercial St and healthy amazing meals at reasonable prices. Cape Cod Labor Day 2010

We started off with one of the specials – a horseradish and potato crusted cod over a bed of pan fried beets, spinach, shallots and quinoa ($22). It seems like a simple dish but it was delicately prepared and the spicy salty crunchy radish and potato crust contrasted well with the supple soft sweet beets.
I got an order of their Thai Beef Salad. Again, a very simple dish but the flavors really screamed out – probably a lot to do with the fact all the vegetables are locally sourced from organic farms on Cape Cod.

Cape Cod Labor Day 2010

Tiny’s unfortunately does not have an alcohol license yet (and the BYOB got revoked) but they do have many all natural juices and teas. Oh and why is it called Tiny’s? Because, well it is kind of tiny. To get to the bathroom, you have to walk through the kitchen. But don’t let that discourage you; it’s definitely a great respite from the craziness of Commercial St in ptown.

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