Soon it was time to head off to Jimmy's Hideaway but we hadn't made a reservation, oops. But a nice guy that greeted us at the door said it would be fine and that he could seat us in a couple of minutes, and good to his word we were sat reading the menu soon thereafter.
Everything on the menu sounded yummy, my partner chose pork tenderloin and I chose lamb and both hit the right spot, little did we know then that this was to become a firm favourite of ours.
Dinner over, time for a drink elsewhere. We looked in various bars but nothing really appealed as much as the Harbor Lounge, so back there we marched, only to find that we had only half an hour left as the place had to close at 10pm, due to complaints from nearby neighbours. So before we knew it we were searching again but this time we came across a very trendy looking wine bar called the Joon Bar. The woman behind the bar, Audrey, really knew her stuff, we said we liked Sauvignon Blanc and out came three or four different bottles for us to try, ended up a mini wine tasting. We settled on one in particular and the bottle was delivered to our table in a smart wine cooler. This too was to become a firm favourite and we got to know the owner Audrey quite well and still do, more about that another time.
It had been a very successful but very long first day in Provincetown, but even so, we had seen the day out to its fullest. As strange as they are, Provincetown closes its bars and restaurants at 1am every night of the week, so the show was over time for bed.