Through some magic of architecture, the dining room at The Red Inn promotes the illusion of floating, like the many boats just outside in Provincetown Harbor. The sea-level view seems never-ending; the Atlantic just rolls on and on. The dining room is decorated in breezy tones and unpainted wood, keeping the focus on the sea view. Rack of lamb is the inn’s signature dish—but we’ve found that a platter of Wellfleet oysters and some sparkling wine do the trick quite nicely. Lunch and dinner are a treat, and brunch is a “see and be seen” event.
–Yankee Magazine, May/June 2010