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Pilgrim House

Provincetown

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Pilgrim House

Provincetown

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S
29 November 2019

Traveling can be exhausting.  Driving through New England, and deciding to visit Cape Cod, we discovered Pilgrim House on Commercial Street, in PTown. Jerrod told us that it was a quiet time of year, he did have vacancies, and he had an elevator for his 3 story Inn.  He gave us a deal with a room and parking, and we drove into PTown and registered.  The room was lovely, bed very nice, linens were comfy. There was a TV in case...  Tub shower was ok for me, recovering from knee surgery.  We had lunch at nearby cafe hideaway that was delicious.  That evening, we joined a few folks at the bar, the Landing in The Pilgrim House, and finally settled on beet salad, mmmm, glass of Pinot Noir, and tiramisu which they served warm.  Darin kept us laughing during the several hours we were at the bar.  There was a continental breakfast which is very nicely prepared.  (In front of the Hotel is a breakfast place, purple bldg., that people talked about also.)  And we then walked breakfast off through town on the "main" street Commercial.  Very quiet in November, beautiful coast line. More...

H
28 November 2019

This review is about the Sunday Service Drag Brunch my friends and I attended this past weekend at the Landing Bistro & Bar that is in the Pilgrim House hotel. Why is no one talking about this  We were in town for the weekend from Dallas and just happened to find out about it when we had dinner there on Friday night. We were fortunate to have Mackenzie as our server. Not only is he super fun as a waiter but he is also the fabulous host of the Sunday Service Drag Brunch!!! We immediately made reservations forThe weather was terrible so the crowd was fairly small but Mackenzie and his friends put on an unforgettable show. We especially enjoyed the performance featuring music from Aqua. Great show and the best breakfast deal in Ptown at $18 for the buffet.  It was definitely the highlight of an amazing weekend. More...

M
29 September 2019

We just spent a great weekend at the Pilgrim House. Great time, fabulous group of guys running the place. Definitely recommend.

D
9 September 2019

What a jewel of a small, boutique hotel....  right in heart if downtown PTown.  Fabulous breakfast buffet.  Perfectly appointed rooms with high thread count linens.   Very warm and effective welcome. Attention to smaller details such as a stocked beach bag if you wish to foray to the ocean. A  from this guy who traveled non stop Pre retirement Well done. More...

E
29 July 2019

We got married at Pilgrim House and stayed for the week. The staff has got to be the most friendly we have ever met. Our wedding was wonderful - the venue, the food, the cocktails.

L
24 June 2019

We were married at Pilgrim House and stayed for the week. There are really no words to describe the beauty of the location and how friendly the staff was. The food is absolutely delicious, wonderful cocktails, clean and comfortable rooms.  Shout out to David Burbank, wedding planner extraordinaire, Mackenzie, an amazing bartender and drag brunch host, and so many others that made us feel at home. All of our guests said they would be back.  Thank you for wonderful memories. More...

S
31 March 2019

We stayed at this place for one night in late March 2019.  Although the town was still "hibernating" a bit, it was still a great visit.  We arrived very early after a red-eye and the hotel let us check in early to sleep off the jet lag, which was such a blessing!  Thanks Jarrod! The room was spacious and perfect for me and my two teenage kids.  The beds were super comfy with really soft pillows.  Continental breakfast was included, which was great after eating out every other meal.  Hotel is located near Main Street and everything was walkable from there. Really enjoyed staying there and would highly recommend. More...

M
20 February 2019

Wonderful stay at the Pilgrim House this winter!  If you are looking for a contemporary hotel in a fantastic location.. . look no further.  The rooms were nicely furnished, immaculately clean, and tastefully decorated.  The dining room was beautiful.  Commercial street was steps from the front of the hotel.  Location could not be better.  The only thing that exceeded the facilities was the amazing customer service.  My partner and I were greeted warmly and welcomed. My masculine name/feminine appearance at checkin was met with a smile.  Our four-legged kids were greeted just as kindly.  Excellent hotel, exceptional proprietor. More...

S
12 October 2018

We came to providence on a Sunday afternoon, and after a long day of walking you knew that there were many restaurants, it appeared as if though there was one restaurant on every block.  The person in the front greeted us and was advertising by the menu in the front.  I normally stay away such restaurants because it meant either business was slow, food was bad, simply desperate for business or all of the above.  In addition, they were running a promotion where it was buy one entree and get second entree half price.  That was another red flag for me.  My group of 6 decided to come here for dinner and we were pleasantly surprised on the amazing food and service.  The person in the front, which appeared to be the owner if the restaurant, was really nice from beginning to end.  He did a lot of work, from advertising in the front to cleaning and clearing tables.  I was very impressed with his attitude and energy.  He realized my wife was pregnant and went next door to a candy store and got her a M&M chocolate pretzel stick.  He really didn't have to, but he did and said this is for her because she was pregnant. He was so nice!Tony, our waiter was very helpful in confirming and recommending great tasting dishes. And everything that we ordered from brussel sprouts, fried eggplant fries, lobster mac and cheese, a beef short rib dish, and mixed seafood dish. The taste of each dish was so flavorful and each bite allowed my tastebuds to dance with celebration. When I come back to Provincetown, I will definitely be returning to this restaurant. More...

A
13 September 2018

Love this place!  Cozy historic New England vibe.Super accommodating and great travel advice for P town. The owner and the staff made us feel right at home with their warmth and service.

E
12 September 2018

We spent 3 nites for a wedding and loved it. Food was delicious and service was beyond excellent. David took care of us as if we were royalty. We were told that the standard rooms were small so we stayed in a superior room with a King Bed. We had a really comfortable mattress and soft, cool linens. And the location was perfect- right in the center of town and across the street from the bay beach.I recommend it highly. More...

S
28 August 2018

Get the Bright Cosmo. It is absolutely delicious. Phillip (the bartender) is my hero. So attentive, friendly, funny. I had the Bolognese for dinner and it was very tasty.

G
25 August 2018

Pilgrim House has fantastic food and charm tucked back off of Commercial Street. We dined outside on its cobblestone patio and garden surroundings. Sampled delicious Cucumber Basil and Pear Martinis. Had a delicious assortment of appetizers as well: cucumber gazpacho soup, grilled watermelon steak, Brussel sprouts, etc. Finished off with a dessert of lavender coconut creme brûlée.  Our waiter knew the menu, was attentive to our needs, and made our night very special. We will be returning. More...

J
16 August 2018

We stopped at the Pilgrim House while visiting P'town last weekend.  The place was just opening at noon and we were promptly seated at a booth.  The place is clean but rather simple inside, nothing fancy.  I had the hot open-faced turkey sandwich and although it was pressed turkey, it was delicious!  The gravy was delicately spiced and there was an abundance of tasty turkey!  Also included were french fries and a dollop of cranberry sauce on the side.  What a wonderful feast!  My only suggestion would be to offer mashed potatoes as an alternative to the fries, if possible.  Other than that, simple but great meal!  And very affordably priced, too! More...

C
14 August 2018

We've been staying at the Cape all summer for years, but this was the first time we tried The Pilgrim House... wish we had come here sooner! Quite possibly our new favorite restaurant on Cape Cod.The highlights:- all of the sliders... so flavorful with delicious and crispy buttered buns that take them to the next level!- the fries... crispy and perfectly seasoned- the lobster Mac and cheese... perfect portion and delicious cream sauce, with generous amounts of lobster We had more than the above, and it was all amazing. Only thing we didn't care for too much was the lobster bisque, only because it had a little too much cayenne for our liking. This too was loaded with lobster though!Our server Hattie was absolutely fantastic. She made the meal that much better with her smile, warm personality, and great conversation! Chef Dan also came out to ask us how we were enjoying the food and thank us for coming. The staff was so great all around!If you're looking for a great restaurant - go to The Pilgrim House! More...

L
12 August 2018

I had a five star experience here. There were no negative items to report.Four of us stopped by for happy hour on a rainy Saturday. We had a late dinner that night and wanted some cocktails and raw bar early. The owner came over to greet us once we sat down, as did the server. The owner was very nice and had a lot of energy. I wasn't drinking that night so she made me a virgin Blackberry Mojito. It hit the spot. Our friends got bloody Mary's and perfect Manhattans. They raved about the cocktails and also mentioned that they were made strong (the way they like them). We were upstairs in the bar/ lounge area which was perfect. It was very clean and comfortable. We ordered a dozen and a half oysters and a dozen and half shrimp. The food was all great. The shrimp were the biggest type restaurants carry (collosal I think), but they weren't rubbery or tough at all. They were very fresh and crisp. They also gave us extra horseradish. The bar was 80% full. We didn't have to wait to be seated, or wait for food or drinks. I liked the music they were playing and several guests were singing along. There was a nice breeze coming in from the open patio doors. A few guests sat out on the balcony where you can look out over commercial street. I didn't pick up the check on this one so I can't speak to the price. I would definitely hang out there again in the future. It was upscale but still centrally located/ in the action of commercial street. More...

B
16 July 2018

Stop looking for love if you love food. Dan the chief and the bar staff ( Colin ) will take your breath away. Yes you're not on the water but with your eyes rolled back in your head with the drinks and food, who cares?  You are in your happy place.

A
13 June 2018

We walked in on a recommendation- there's a new chef here and we wanted to check it out. (Btw... It's called Pilgrim House now, although new signage seems to be forthcoming)Started with drinks- we got martinis off the menu which were great. .. Cucmber basil and a plum vodka martini.The restaurant was very quiet, but the food was exceptional. Started with lamb sliders... Forget mint jelly, blueberries work even better! They were cooked perfectly and the flavors were unique but complementary.For dinner the bf had scallops and I had the seafood stew/curry/magic. Scallops were super fresh, well prepared, and delicious on their own... The avacado mousse/foam/whatever was a perfect match for them.The moqueca was really delicious. A Thai curry/ Thai mussels/Latin American seafood stew mashup. The lime juice was prominent and the curry was mild- the shrimp and clams and mussels were stellar.We will definitely be back... Just sad that soon we'll have to wait for a table! More...

T
14 May 2018

Great Hospitality! So fun that they hosted Provincetown Fashion Week ! We all had a blast

J
26 March 2018

Such an amazing restaurant!!! The staff is so nice and attentive. The food is phenomenal! The have a dirty martini that is my go to the minute I arrive in Ptown. It is literally in the heart of everything and has a stunning dining area and bar with fireplace seating and hardly ever a wait. It is one of the "little known gems" and I cannot wait to go back this weekend!!! More...

D
24 February 2018

The bartender was awesome, I think his name was Denard he made some pretty potent concoctions and man!!! The raw bar was great also. We ended up staying an extra night at sage after we left the B&B we stayed at for 4 days. Very cool and laidback hotel, room and good vibes with the people. The receptionist, bartender, hostess, probably manager Rasa  was a sweetheart and the reason we stayed there More...

M
12 February 2018

Sage Inn is our favorite place to stay in Provincetown. The rooms are comfortable and the staff is extremely warm. Breakfast is included. We were offered eggs, fresh pastries, and great coffee. Dinner in the restaurant is a must. The meatloaf was the best I've had and the braised beef was divine. They were both generous portions. We will continue to stay at this inn the next time we decide to take a spontaneous weekend trip to the cape. More...

M
28 January 2018

Great place with helpful, friendly, gracious, accommodating staff. I really enjoyed my weekend here. I recommend a visit here if you find yourself in Ptown.

E
27 January 2018

I'll keep this brief.  A bar and good food - comfortable setting,  food the way you want it.  Of course when in p-town a great pour of beverage is awesome.  Open in the winter and Raisa the manager is friendly and accommodating. More...

E
1 January 2018

Wonderful New Year's Eve 2018!celebration at Sage. The food was excellent and all service so accommodating. Our room was fantastic! !!! Rossa, a manager at Sage is the best! I've never seen anyone like her and all the staff work so hard to make our stay perfect! Thank you More...

M
30 November 2017

This is a beautiful property right in the heart of PTown. The restaurant has many excellent choices. I especially enjoyed the breakfast. The rooms have comfortable beds. I've stayed in a few different ones over the years. They are always clean and comfortable.The best part though is the ownership. They are great to work with. Very inviting and easy to work with. They make you feel like a long lost relative. More...

C
30 October 2017

Sage offered the perfect venue for our small, mid-day wedding of 14 people. The room was elegant, the food and drink was gourmet class and the service was top tier. We held our ceremony and reception in the Gallery Room upstairs which had a vaulted ceiling with sky lights, lighting was perfect for photography, and created a glorious feel for our ceremony. (I was glad we chose to host indoors instead of their outdoor garden room for the controlled lighting and the air conditioning, we took photos indoors and later by their garden wall). David, the event planner worked with me entirely by email and then phone. He was very receptive, provided excellent referrals for a photographer, Dan McKeon, florist, Wildflower, and the cake baker,  Alaina, the chef 's wife. Their chef Lucio, created an extraordinarily delicious meal from my hand picked assemblage of their menu offerings, and Rasa , their bartender created a custom exotic non-alcoholic drink for our toast. The serving staff, Max and Tom were also very personable and shared  in our joyous day while making things flow effortlessly, serving, adjusting A/C, and adjusting our bluetooth speaker music volume as we progressed through the day's program. I highly recommend the Gallery room at Sage Inn for small weddings in Provincetown. More...

R
18 October 2017

Wonderful food and warm lovely service. Eggplant fries so good I want to come back to town just for them. Halibut? Great. Lobster salad ? Generous and perfect. Watermelon salad? A complete delight. Never had room for desert, but looking forward to trying it. Was in town for 2 weeks and ate out here three times out of the six dinners out. More...

J
7 September 2017

AMAZING ! CLASSY  & DELICIOUS !  We came here while on vacation and it was our 2nd visit in a few years. Ownership has changed & we had an old ( 2 years old ) 3rd party gift certificate that we had purchased, from a vendor the new owners are no longer associated with. The manager was so friendly, gracious & abundantly generous in welcoming us & even treating us to top notch cocktails & Wellfleet oysters . The service with Tony was excellent and the food is to die for ( we each had the seared halibut ). I can't say enough good things about this place. GREAT ! More...

M
22 August 2017

SAGE INN:The Sage Inn restaurant had the best food hands down of any place I had dinner in Ptown this year. I rarely ever eat fish, but their Halibut was my favorite and the best fish I've ever had. It was pan-seared and meaty, but still light enough, and served with an exceptional celery root purée. I stayed at the Sage Inn for three nights and enjoyed dinner there every night. One night, I sat at the bar near the kitchen and watched things unfold. Greatly appreciated seeing the new executive chef and his team at work. The braised beef au poivre and the chicken dish are excellent as well. I want to give an extra shout-out to the bartender, Juan Carlos. He adds a classy and lively element to the bar. He's there until October! After I checked out of the Sage and stayed with friends for a few more nights, I brought by a local friend for liquid cocktails and shrimp cocktail. Incredible. Try the espresso martini Juan Carlos makes. More...

S
21 August 2017

Second time we have eaten in this restaurant and were not disappointed. We started off with expresso martinis that were perfectly made. For entreesWe both got the braised beef poivre, delicious!!  The atmosphere was great, we sat outside in the courtyard at a candlelit table on a gorgeous evening. Our waiter was very good and friendly. My husband and I will definitely come back here. More...

A
20 August 2017

Great Happy hour specials. $1.50 oysters. Good drinks. Nice atmosphere. A hidden gem for the restaurant. I haven't stayed there for the hotel. But the restaurant staff were friendly and attentive. More...

M
20 July 2017

Just finished a 5 night stay here and can't think of a reason to give this place anything less than five stars. The staff was friendly and helpful without being overbearing. Perfect location too; right in the heart of P'Town. I left something there and didn't realize until after returning to DC. The staff was so patient and understanding in the process of getting it sent back to me. The price point is a bit high, but well worth it. More...

C
17 July 2017

This is one of the top restaurants in Provincetown.  Under new ownership and well worth a visit.  We have many restaurants in ptown that we love to frequent when we are up here.   Sage has jumped to #1.     We started with the raw bar - oysters and shrimp were delicious - then the tuna sashimi was brought out- it was absolutely the best tuna I have ever tasted.  Fresh and lean - if you like tuna sashimi I would highly recommend stopping in and trying Sage's.    For dinner I had the haddock that was an evening special and my wife had the blueberry gnocchi.  Fabulous, phenomenal, unparalleled ... we have been twice and both times our meals have been amazing.   The staff are friendly and helpful.   We love Rasa!  The drink menu is also amazing.  We just want to share our new find.   This is a must when you are visiting Ptown. More...

Y
15 July 2017

Excellent!Beautiful restaurant excellent food and drinksManagement goes above and beyond to make sure your experience is A+Will be back for sure and we are pickyThank you Sage!!!!!

L
12 July 2017

Quite, lovely place to eat.  Tuna sashimi was superb -- melt in your mouth deliciousness.  Oysters were small, but quite tasty.  Highly recommend.

F
12 July 2017

We came to this delicious restaurant from our cab driver and his friends recommendation. We sat at bar and we're greeted with smiles and love! We decided to order a few appetizers that caught our taste buds and were extremely impressed!Eggplant fries (cooked perfectly) excellent alternative to french fries. Lamb and beef sliders (perfection)Now our meals!Blueberry gnocchi Let's just say it was a sweet and savory twist to gnocchi! Excellent!!!Braised beef au poivre with gnocchi (tender and seasoned with great love)Bartender was awesome and the chef is talented and creative!You have to try this spot and trust me you will not be disappointed! More...

L
8 July 2017

We booked a night at this inn at the last minute.  We could not have been happier!  Parked right behind the inn, were greeted warmly or arrival.  The inn is meticulous, peaceful, totally updated.  Rooms were comfortable and had everything that we needed.  Great AC, totally quiet and set back from nearby bustle of Commercial Street.  I wake up early and I slipped out for a walk down the street to an early opening coffee shop and then returned and enjoyed my coffee on the 2nd floor balcony.  There is also a ground level garden/patio area.  The highlight of our stay was dinner at the restaurant at the inn.  We had headed out to go elsewhere for dinner, but without a reservation we were finding long waits.  We decided to try the restaurant at the inn even though did not know anything about it.  What a fantastic experience.  We bonded with our server who made excellent recommendations to us, and steered us to fantastic dishes when we asked for suggestions.  We had wonderful conversation with another woman who was busing our table....what a doll she was...everyone was so warm and lovely.  And the food!!!!    Best brussel sprouts I have had in a while, and there wasn't even bacon in them!!!!  Different and so delicious.  I had the beet salad and added lobster on it.....fabulous.  But my husbands dinner special, a roasted sea bass (?) on a puree of sweet potatoes...that won the prize for taste and artistry.  Oh, and my cocktail!!!   I am a big fan of the cosmo, but this white cosmo was so different and delicious....layers of flavors, I really appreciated this one and may need to make a return trip just for the cosmo!!!   We loved the inn, and we will go back. More...

R
8 July 2017

My girlfriend and I stayed here last weekend at the recommendation of a friend, and can't say enough good things. We absolutely loved it, will definitely be back. The Inn is right in the center of Provincetown (less than a minute walk from the Provicetown Marina where all the ferries and tours get in), so it's super easy to walk wherever you need. You can also see the Provincetown Monument right out of the room windows, looks really cool at night. I'd stay there just for the location, but the rooms and inn themselves also seem brand new (maybe recently re-done?), so everything is super clean and the beds are very comfortable.The service for both the Inn and their restaurant (The Landing) was great. Staff was helpful/friendly, seemed to go out of their way to make sure you had a good trip. You should definitely grab some cocktails/apps at the restaurant if you're in Ptwon. They had a great selection for drinks and the food was phenomenal (excellent raw bar!). Looking forward to our next trip back! More...

G
29 June 2017

If you're looking for reasonably-priced, spotless, quiet and quaint lodging with a superb cocktail lounge and outstanding performances in the ideal location in downtown Provincetown, look no further!  Despite being at the epicenter of action on Commercial St, the Inn is set back from the street and the rooms are comfortable and silent, so you can have all the fun you want before getting a great night's sleep.  We'll be back! More...

G
27 June 2017

Great place to stay.  This year round place in Provincetown is centrally located to the main ferry terminal. Very convenient!  Ample parking with electric charging stations. The hotel is close to Commercial Street just off the hustle of night time living. Lots of peace and quiet with close access to all that Ptown has to offer. The restaurant offers excellent raw bar options.  Tuna sashimi and salmon sashimi were offered as well as traditional raw bar oysters and shrimp. Cocktails are very creative with local flavors. Very innovative menu worth trying. Very fun staff who are intuitive. More...

J
23 June 2017

Under new ownership and recently updated! We've been twice now and love it.  The renovations make it very classy and modern. The owners are so nice.  Our first time we met Ken.  He sent us a few things to try.  Shushito peppers were amazing as was the mushroom toast! Rosa works the bar and pours a delicious martini. There were several to choose from and we were all very happy. Our second visit was just as good as he first! The lobster knuckle sliders were succulent ! Raw bar happy hour allowed us to try shrimp cocktail and tuna sushimi. The only slight improvement for me is they need to add salt to their fries. And that's just being picky! Bottom line is that this is a good time to go because once word gets out it will be packed! More...

K
6 June 2017

What a gem, tucked behind on Commercial street. Peaceful tranquil and best bed ever. The bar was wonderful and the bartenders friendly, and inventive. I had a Safe Martini and it lived up to the hype. More...

A
27 May 2017

We came here as per the recommendation of a patron who just got out of the restaurant while we were browsing the menu outside.  The service was fast, friendly, and professional.  My bf and I were seated quickly even without a reservation on a Saturday evening.  The English fish and chips was perfectly seasoned and not swimming in grease. The fennel slaw complemented the dish well.  My bf ordered the roasted chicken dish and he finished the whole plate.  We were full so we ended up not ordering dessert. More...

J
11 December 2016

Lovely hotel in the heart of Provincetown. (But honestly, Provincetown is so small and walkable, any location is good). Bar and lounge are great. Decent wine list and the bartender has some excellent original cocktails. Food is excellent. Atmosphere is cozy. And everyone at the hotel is friendly and wants you to be happy. The room was fine. Maybe a bit generic, and a little on the small side. But then all hotel rooms are smaller than their wide angle photos online. Overall, I'd definitely recommend the Sage if you're looking for a place to stay in Provincetown. More...

A
25 November 2016

Came here for a quick appetizer and ended up staying for dessert--the place is so elegant and the dishes are amazing. Staff was friendly and welcoming and the environment was comfortable and warm. Want to come back here every time I visit Provincetown! More...

S
1 November 2016

Stayed there with friends over Halloween great place. Clean rooms, the staff was great, I will defiantly be back. Didn't eat at the restaurant but had a few drinks at the bar, but the food looked good coming out.

J
12 October 2016

I can't believe I've never written a review of Sage before. I've been here several times over the last few years and must say that it's one of my favorite places in town. The lounge vibe is always inviting; the lighting is just right and the staff is super friendly. I usually get some kind of wonderful cocktail and appetizers to share. Last night I went with a scotch - neat - and the lobster sliders.The sliders were absolutely delicious. Perfect portion for a not too heavy meal and the flavors were spot on. They were served with a side of homemade potato chips that were delightful.Others at the table had flatbread pizzas, warm brie and the "tops and bottoms" appetizer (pita bread slices served with 3 different toppings: goat cheese, tapenade and hummus).For dessert, I couldn't resist the chocolate hazelnut concoction with mouse and ganache...our fabulous waiter talked me into it and I have no regrets.Always a great experience. More...

L
19 September 2016

For our small budget-friendly wedding & reception, we couldn't be happier for the incredible gourmet meal selections and one-of-a-kind wedding cake, all made-to-order in 48 hours! Wow! You've made our day, one we will never forget, so easy and care free! Thank you Sage Inn. More...

J
18 September 2016

I stayed  here for  the 3rd and this time  it was during Carnival  rather  than girl splash .THe staff  ,room , food and service all were  5star!  I have to say everything  i made a comment about on my first review  4 years  ago was rectified  and then some . Sage was right in the center for  busy crowded carnival  yet set back enough that when  you wanted  to escape  the  craziness  all you had  to do was open the door to the entrance  of  sage  Ill  be  back  for  sure More...

R
13 September 2016

The Sage Inn saved my wedding! After having everything planned for a year, our plans fell thru! Invitations were sent, rentals were booked, people had flown in from England. It was a week and a half out. Then, our plan B fell thru 4 days before we were to be married. I was in shock- my friend called around P-town and Chris took the call on his day off. They threw it together and had a reception planned for us in two hours!Not only were they extremely helpful, but the food was amazing! I won't lie, with not much time to spare we chose the least expensive items but they were so good! Melt in your mouth! My guests were very impressed! The staff was so kind and helpful, the room was private, and it was very fun being out on commercial street after all dressed up!I cannot say enough good things about this place. They saved my sanity, and one of the most important days of my life. Thank you so much Chris and the whole staff, you made our day!! More...

P
4 September 2016

This review is for the rooms only.The rooms were very reasonably priced and overall very satisfying. The location on Commercial Street was perfect. I enjoyed the detail put into the decor and the fact that each room had a different style. The bed was very comfortable and the stack of novels by the bed was a great touch. Everything was very clean and inviting.However, the walls seemed very thin and I could hear toilets flushing, showers running, and water moving through the pipes in other rooms. I also thought the breakfast was a little too light- just some fruit, bread/pastries, and hard boiled eggs. We also had a problem with people parking in the wrong numbered spaces and taking our spot, but that was resolved fairly easily.Overall a very pleasant stay and we would stay here again. More...

S
26 August 2016

Fantastic and friendly service from Brian, who we love and miss! The nicest waiter we have ever had, also the food was incredible would highly recommend to all! Cocktails were to die for! Definitely go if you have a chance! More...

C
3 August 2016

Great cocktails.  Several vegetation options.  Food and service was great.  Pushed back behind some other buildings on Commercial St.  Finally decided to check it out, and I'm glad we did. More...

D
20 July 2016

My wife and I had a wonderful dinner last night at this Inn an Lounge a little off Commercial Street. We've tried most of the restaurants in Provincetown over the years, and the lounge at Sage is one of the nicest we've been too. I had a truly excellent seafood chowder topped with a fried oyster; and my wife had a similarly excellent lamb slider. We shared some eggplant fries with a saffron aioli that were really unique and very nice; and a very very nice Heirloom tomato flatbread followed by a really large Profiterole for desert. Even though everything was described as small, the portion size was more than enough for both of us. Our waiter, Nate, was extremely helpful in sorting through their lists of wines, and provided great service. We have added the Sage to our list of excellent restaurants in Provincetown. More...

G
20 June 2016

One of the better spots we found on this trip to Ptown. We have, admittedly, been disappointed by much of the food in town so Sage was a welcome respite - the menu was a little more interesting, the cocktails were very well crafted and the atmosphere was upscale but still comfy. The Truffle fries were perfection and so were our sliders and salad. We appreciated the smaller, more thoughtful menu with good portion sizes, reasonable prices and good service, Sage was a nice find. More...

B
16 June 2016

Perfect boutique hotel in the middle of everything! Very cool lobby and helpful staff. Very historical place with cute bar/restaurant. Rooms are nice but small. Good mattress and pillows with clean sheets! Will return next year!! More...

C
23 May 2016

A P-town gem. A spacious, soothing atmosphere with interesting cocktails and magnificent food. Sage is very different from the standard restaurant in this town; more upscale, but reasonably priced (especially for the quality). The service was excellent (thanks Nate). I really enjoyed the variety offered in the menu. Having several different "small plates" made our time there fun. I can't say enough about the chef's imaginative creations, all of which tasted fantastic! Every time I sampled a plate and thought it couldn't get any better another plate arrived and thoroughly impressed me again. I hope Sage is around for the long run because we plan returning again and again! More...

M
20 March 2016

We stayed at the Inn for a weekend in late March, so it was the off season. The rooms and common spaces are nice, though not fancy. The wifi, though free, was spotty at best. The first day it kept telling me the password was incorrect. When I finally got connected, it was too slow to bother using. The walls are paper thin and we had someone in the next room bang on the wall when we were talking at a normal volume at 9:00am, so... The "continental breakfast" is a little generously named. Maybe it's better in the summer, but in the off season it was hard boiled eggs, store bought bagels and muffins and yogurt with granola. It was kind of "meh."All the staff was great. We had drinks and apps in the lounge and we were happy with the quality all around. It was a slow night so we got plenty of attention from the waitstaff and bartender. We'll be back! More...

A
20 March 2016

Great place! First time here 3/20/16 Excellent food, drinks, atmosphere and great service too!!! Nate and Dan wereboth great . ..which made my date w my parents even better. Ill be back for sure More...

M
14 March 2016

We came here in the dead of winter (some time mid-February) & found it to be a haven in the heart of Provincetown. There is a swanky little fireplace that is visible from all seating areas, and the area is small enough to feel intimate and inviting. What we ordered:Lobster knuckle slidersLamb slidersBeef slidersTruffle friesSide saladAn assortment of adult beveragesThe meat sliders were cooked more or less to perfection- we had asked for medium rare and that's exactly what we got. (I prefer rare for lamb, but my dining companion preferred medium, so I think that's where the discrepancy lies.) The lobster was great! It was definitely composed of mostly meat and seasoning with a minimal amount of mayonnaise. The salad was composed of mixed greens, and they didn't skimp on those. But the fries...I love truffle fries, but if I'm going to pay more than $3 for sliced potatoes with cheese, they should be worth it, you know? These were plated in such a way that the fresh grated parmesan and any herbs just fell to the bottom of the cone shape, so the bite consists of potato, truffle oil and salt. Still good! But a bit more incorporation of the cheese into each bite would have really made this 5-stars. The drinks- they were excellent. The waiter didn't know off-hand what types of cognac they carried, but found out within a matter of minutes. Also, the manager, Rick, is very personable. It's nice to feel welcomed anywhere, but Rick is able to give this small town lounge a certain cordial panache. More...

R
20 January 2016

I stopped in here with two friends after we had had a late lunch for a drink. We LOVED it! A host walked us back to the restaurant and was super friendly. The bartenders were just as friendly. The place was kind of dead because it was an awkward time. They made us some drinks based on ingredients we liked and we loved them! We ended up staying for three drinks, oops! We also had a flat bread which was delicious. The restrooms upstairs were squeaky clean! Everything about this place was great, top notch! 5 stars! More...

L
14 January 2016

Sage is probably one of the most upscale lounges/restaurants that Ptown has to offer. Such a wonderful place. It's very clean & chic, and high quality service. The gentleman who walked us in was raving about the herb garden they had, and how skilled the bartenders were. To put him to the test, I listed some liquors and flavors I liked, and the drink he created was AMAZING. Hands down the most delicious (6) cocktail(s) I have had to date. Seriously, that good. We had just eaten dinner, so the only food we ordered was the Kale flatbread, which was delicious by the way.If you're looking for a quality meal with stellar service to match, definitely check out Sage! More...

U
8 January 2016

My Husband and I were married at the Sage inn last October. Throughout our year and a half of planning the staff was exceptional. Dan the bar manager from beginning to end made us feel like we were his number one priority! His comittment to excellence in customer service and professionalism is a true asset to the venue....simply fantastic!! BethAnn, the general manager as well as her assistant Michael also were completely hands on for the entire weekend. Their attention to detail is unmatched. We also hosted a welcome reception Friday evening, as most all of our guests were from out of town. Despite the rain it was a smashing success due to the hard work and extra efforts of the staff. Micheal went as far as to greet our guests on Commercial street with an umbrella. In addition, due to Dan's organization the bar staff was completely on point during the entire affair. Overall, we couldn't have been happier with how our wedding turned out. It was truly a special week, leading up to our departure the following Monday. Several of our guests plan to return. Thank you to the entire staff for a wedding that far surpassed our expectations! We look forward to many returns! David & Scott More...

K
25 December 2015

Such a quaint little place. My husband and I stayed here during the off season last year. Right when we checked in, they upgraded our room and offered us complimentary breakfast in bed. The night we stayed was their trivia night. While we arrived too late after our dinner elsewhere to participate, we enjoyed having cocktails in the lounge while watching locals getting their trivia on. Their signature cocktail was delicious! While the rooms were rather small, they were very clean, which is always the most important thing to me when staying away from home. I wound up leaving a scarf behind in our room. The front desk called to let me know and sent my scarf back to me in the mail since I live off Cape. Great location! I imagine it's wonderful to stay there during the summer, although probably not something we could afford during that time of the year. More...

J
8 December 2015

Me and my husband spent our honeymoon here and it was a very enjoyable experience.   Centrally located, it was a shot stroll to shops and restaurants.   The inn was very well kept and the staff was very helpful.   Look forward to returning during the summer! More...

S
2 December 2015

Sage worked with us through a general manager change and an assistant manager addition At all times, they were available and cooperative. They have experience and were willing to share with us. They invited us to view other reception set ups and recommended DJ's, linen rentals, florist and photographers.
The evening was carried off with seamless efficiency. The food was served quickly and was hot. The bar was well covered and efficient. We were pampered and worry free. We also stayed overnight at the inn and were very pleased. Thank you.
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F
15 November 2015

We stayed 3 nights. Rooms are nice, well maintained, staff was wonderful and helpful. Restaurant/lounge was also very nice staff was attentive and food was well prepared and served. We will be back.

K
1 October 2015

This is a review of the lodging...Pros: --very convenient location in the center of Ptown, but amazingly peaceful and quiet once inside--excellent parking lot and convenient bike rack --lovely herbs everywhere outside, nice outdoor public areas--comfortable bed--cute sink/toilette --nice towels and sheets--soothing atmosphere, nicely appointed room--most of the staff were super kind, friendly, and accommodating --fun, original artwork in dining room --breakfast included and Hubby liked it, but wait! (see below)Cons:--for eco-friendliness, they don't include bar soap in the rooms. This is wrong-headed. The push-button liquid soap dispensers in the shower are tacky. Get some nice soap. Fortunately I brought my own as I love nice soaps--room had a pitched ceiling which meant we consistently bumped our heads and had to duck a lot--we were not told this beforehand--no bathtub, but was not told this. I want to soak in a tub when I'm on vacation and especially if my room is $250 a night--breakfast was merely passable. I understand that there is a cooking school attached to the Sage Inn and I don't know why nothing was homemade. The bagels and muffins seemed no better than grocery-store; the yogurt was not interesting or healthy; fruit not interesting. I think there's room for improvement here--disco music in the restaurant, no thanks--maybe during cocktail hour, but not for breakfast--some of the staff were not very friendly or accommodating  SO--as you can see from my 4 stars, I do recommend Sage Inn. It's peaceful and convenient. But if you do stay, you may want to ask if your room has standard-height ceilings. Private bath did not mean bathtub and I'm not sure they have any or if it's all showers. Breakfast included might work well for you...I wanted something healthier and more delicious. More...

J
29 September 2015

What a fancy little place to get a drink and appetizer before dinner!!!The staff was amazing super super friendly and accommodating! !  We could have stayed here all night except for the one big issue!  They were hosting a large event and the kitchen had an extremely limited menu so we couldn't even get a bite to eat.But the drinks were good and love the staff so we will be back!! More...

P
19 September 2015

Only had drinks there, not food, but were those great drinks, more specifically, blood orange margaritas. Very friendly staff and nice outdoor area perfect for relaxing and having cocktails.

N
5 September 2015

Stopped in at the advice of a local and were very pleased. The chicken wings are a must and were delicious. We also had the potato, tomato, and garlic flatbread which was very good. Lastly had the marinated olives, which were ok but way too many for two olive lovers. All in all a great spot to eat and have a homemade house cocktail. More...

E
19 August 2015

Centrally located right off the pier but set back from the street so the property is quiet, Sage Inn provided us with comfortable accommodations and a lovely stay.  We booked the King Suite' which was spacious, light, clean and renovated with period details. It did not feel like a sterile chain hotel room but more like a guest bedroom in your friend's home. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The light continental breakfast in the morning was a nice amenity before launching into a food bonanza for the balance of the day.  I recommend Sage Inn to anyone staying in Ptown. More...

T
11 August 2015

We have been to Sage Inn many times and enjoy sitting in the beautiful outdoor patio area the manager Dan is very attentive and takes time to be sure everything is perfect.  We have had the delicious beef sliders ( a must ) and the potatoe carmalized onion flatbreat ( great sized portion) . This tapas spot has lovely unique drinks which round out the experience. Be sure to take the walk back to the Sage Inn which is set back on Commercial street you will not be dissappointed ! More...

K
24 July 2015

We were looking for a place to eat one night, walking up and down commercial st. in Ptown. We stopped and perused the sage menu when a guy walked by and said - "You need to eat there. It's legit. I am from Boston and know food. They do amazing things."He continued, " plus it's owned by two wonderful ladies, so it's always good to support the "family".My wife and I gave each other a look that said "how can you say no to that?"We didn't regret the decision one bit! In fact, we need to find that man and thank him for the recommendation. The good:The cocktails! They take pride in their handcrafted tasty flavors. We had two perfectly mixed, chilled Martinis.The variety in the small plate selections- we had cauliflower with black pepper and hummus; seafood chowder, swordfish and a potato and caramelized onion flatbread.  Really cooked and plated perfectly. All delectable!The freshness of the dishes and ingredients! Tasty, savory, cooked with different complementary flavors but not greasy or overly filling where you can't move.The decor- nice and relaxing; loungey but not over the top. Very comfortable seatingService- attentive and very nice.Definitely a place to check out in Ptown. There are many options- this is one you'll want to try! More...

K
23 July 2015

Loved everything! I started with a signature cocktail. So many options and super creative! I ordered the house chips with jalapeño dip. They were great but a lotfor one person. The problem is they are tasty so you can't stop eating them. I had the beef slider which was so mouthwatering, delicious, full of flavor. I wanted another but I needed to try more from the menu. I finished with the lavender creme brûlée. It was cooked perfectly but I didn't love the flavor. It was very bland in my opinion but maybe I just prefer the vanilla bean more. I sat outside and loved the patio. It felt like I was back in California. My waitress was Gwen who was a sweet young woman who was energetic and greeted everyone with enthusiasm. It made you feel happy and excited to order. I suggest you go and enjoy this little hidden gem off the Commercial street chaos! More...

O
18 July 2015

Great food and great atmosphere. Had the cauliflower in hummus (great hummus), lamb slider trio, gnocchi, and soup. Everything was wonderful including Richard the waiter. Dessert - coconut pie. Yummy.

S
7 June 2015

Everything about this place is wonderful.  We have been in P-town for almost a week now, trying out the various seafood joints, many of which have a sameness to them.  Sage is so different.  First it has a classy martini lounge vibe.  Beyond that, the staff is wonderfully welcoming. The manager made sure we had a table as promptly as possible and then visited several times (not intrusively).  And then, the food is just exceptional.  It is mainly small plates, some of which are smaller than others, so it's good to consult on what will make a meal (or snack).  We had the heirloom tomato flatbread with feta.  Refreshing.  The lamb sliders had a very simple preparation, and we're juicy and full of flavor.  My favorite though was the gnocchi, served with mushrooms, pesto, and a poached egg.  Yum.  If we were staying longer, I would try their chef's table which looked awesome.  Their chef sure is.  Go.  Now. More...

R
12 April 2015

I cannot even begin to express how wonderful our stay has been at the Sage Inn and Lounge.  This was our first visit to PTown in 20 years and the warm welcome we received from each and every staff member has been remarkable! The rooms are super clean, tidy and beautifully decorated.  This location sits back off Commercial Street in the middle of all the action.The Lounge is perfect for any time libations and small bites of goodness.  The owners have done an amazing job with their renovation project and I highly recommend this  venue for any visit to PTown and for any reason... They can accommodate wedding parties, receptions etc.... Very happy with my experience here, can you tell?Thank you Dan for your conversations and sharing memories of life and travels.  Bethann, John, Corey and Jeff ~ you make Sage memorable.....Cathy, thank you for going above and beyond.....this has been a priceless experience and we look forward to a return visit.Robin & Lauren More...

S
17 February 2015

I love big chain hotels in some ways -- you know you're getting a decent room, standard service, etc. But I also love B&Bs -- you get to feel like you're really meeting people in the community, you meet other guests, etc. I felt like Sage Inn was really the best of both worlds. Things I appreciated:-Warm, genuinely friendly customer service. Dan (house manager?) was always around to chat and help people out with tips on where to eat or what to do.-Nice, clean, well-appointed rooms without "quirks" -- I am not a fan of the victorian style of many B&Bs, so I loved how the room had simple decorating, white linens, and IKEA furniture-Great wifi! Was able to stream stuff without an issue-Good breakfast -- granola, dried fruit, yogurt, milk, fresh fruit, mini muffins, coffee, and tea-Fantastic hot water. Should be a staple of all hotel rooms, but... sometimes isn't! -Shampoo, conditioner, and body wash dispensers in the shower. Loved it!-In-house lounge! Great for when you don't want to (or can't) leave the hotel. They were happy to let me take things up to the room.We stayed during a blizzard, so I can also add that the staff did a great job of communicating with guests about potential power outages, and that they were lovely about bringing out board games and hanging out when you pretty much couldn't leave. They really were doing all that they could to make it a great experience for guests. Also: I came with a 6-month kid, and they were great about answering my questions (no, they didn't have a crib, but yes, the room would be big enough for a pack-and-play, and yes, they would be happy to move out an extra chair in advance to make sure).Things I would recommend changing:-The breakfast was quality, but for those of us who get bored easily, a little variation would be nice from day-to-day. Things like oatmeal, bagels, different fresh fruit, PB&J, etc would be relatively easy to rotate inn to periodically switch it up.-It was a little tricky to see the rooms on the website -- you could see pictures of some rooms, but it would be nice to know, "OK, here is what the select queen rooms look like," as you're booking. More...

L
13 December 2014

My wife and I had plans to get married in Provincetown this past July. We reached out to the Sage Inn (and several other Inn's) prior to making our wedding plans. Cathy Nagorski, the General Manager at the Inn, was very prompt in her correspondence with us. We explained that our intentions were to get married on the beach at Herring Cove but if the weather was bad, we wanted the option to have the ceremony indoors. We did not want to spend a lot of money on a venue, as we were only having about 10 people attend our ceremony. Cathy explained that the inn had a small conference room that could be used in case the weather was bad. We made reservations to stay at the inn for the weekend that we were getting married, as we were very satisfied with the service that Cathy had given us thus far. We went to Provincetown in April and made arrangements with Cathy to see the conference space and the room that we would be staying in. We both had been to Provincetown many times before and had no idea where the Sage Inn was located. As we walked around P-town, we saw a sign for the Sage and were taken aback. The Inn was gorgeous and the bar that had been there previously (Vixen) was not! Cathy gave us a tour of the downstairs and we were shocked that such a space could be transformed into something beautiful and Cathy showed us where landmarks in Vixen used to be (such as the pool table). After we got over the initial shock of the transformation, we were brought to the conference space, which was a perfect size for what we needed. We explained to Cathy that we were aiming to get married on the beach but were happy to have an alternative in case the weather did not cooperate. Cathy explained to us that she would save the space (without a deposit, aside from the deposit that we had put on our room) as long as another group didn't come along that would essentially bring in more money. Cathy was very genuine and customer oriented. Our wedding weekend quickly approached and it was the best weekend that we could have asked for. The night before our wedding, our 10 guests were arriving in Provincetown, and all of them were staying at various places throughout the town. We explained to the restaurant staff that we had friends coming in at various times and that we were going to eat and wait for them to arrive. We were seated on the upstairs deck and it was perfect. It was relatively private and our waitress (her name has slipped my mind) was amazing. As the sun went down, the deck area got cold so we all moved inside to the conference room (which was vacant at the time). Our waitress moved indoors with us and seemed happy to do so.The following day was our wedding day but we weren't getting married until sunset. We had to run around town getting our last minute things done (like picking up our bouquets). The inn was happy to give us vases so that our bouquets would stay as beautiful as when we picked them up. We also asked for an iron and shortly after we asked, we received an iron and ironing board in our room. We got dressed and were walking out of our room when another couple spotted us (we had never met them) and said "Looks like someone is getting married!" and we told them it was us, they wished us a big congratulations and said that we might see them on the beach later that night. As we walked down the stairs, our photographer was waiting for us. The Sage Inn staff were smiling and wishing us congratulations as well. The weather turned out to be perfect and we did not need the conference room space but having that option was a stress-reliever. We got married on a Friday and left on Sunday. We couldn't have asked for a better long weekend (Thursday-Sunday). The Inn was so accommodating to any and all needs that we had and everyone was so nice. Right after we left the Inn for the final time that weekend, we said that we hope to stay there again in the future. More...

J
20 October 2014

Went here 10/17/14 from Austin, TX during Women's Week and we loved the beautiful relaxing environment and small plates selection.  We also had the wine flight and every tasting was good.  The teriyaki green bean salad and pork sliders were so tasty.  One of the owners came by to check on us and even gave us the recipe.  This was my favorite restaurant and we are very picky foodies!  Loved it. More...

S
12 September 2014

I love this place. Me and my fiance had our first visit to the Sage during Memorial Day weekend and now refuse to stay anywhere else. We are planning a second stay for Columbus Day weekend next month and are excited to be visiting again. The staff was very personable and accommodating. The room was comfortable and appealing. Breakfast was a bit boring but a nice free perk. This visit we plan on trying out the food and drink they have to offer. The location is absolutely perfect and set back away from the hustle and bustle of Commercial street but you can still sit up on the deck and people watch from a safe distance. I highly recommend this Inn as a "must stay". We will not stay anywhere else. More...

K
1 September 2014

If you are looking for a unique take on clam chowder, Sage will not disappoint. The deconstructed chowder was one of the best chowders I had in Ptown. The only criticism is that I wish there had been more than two clams. Other than that, the broth was seasoned beautifully and wasn't too thick. In addition, their cocktail menu is to die for. I would definitely recommend stopping in for a drink if nothing else. More...

D
1 September 2014

They had, some of the BEST cocktails I've had in years (and I lived in Boston for 10 years)!!!  We had, "tales by the campfire," "lime light," "cherry blossom" and an espresso martini.  All were spectacular! The campfire drinks is a must try - they smoke their own bourbon w/wood chips - I've NEVER tasted anything quite like it.  Lime light was creamy - like key lime pie and the cherry blossom was a smooth, tart cherry flavor. The espresso martini and kitten w/a whip was just your average good drink but the other 3 blew us away. I also had the goat cheese platter - an award winner I was told and it was also amazing. No hard feelings its footprint stands where vixen night club used to be.  We also had great service and the staff was very friendly and polite, like they had time for us - sometimes difficult to find in ptown. More...

M
30 August 2014

Been coming to Ptown for 30 years and this is one of the most unique places I've seen come to town. Came for a happy hour drink and some nosh, enjoyed the small plates and cocktails so much we cancelled our dinner reservations and ordered more! The eggplant fries were to die for! Also noteworthy was Mac &cheese flat bread. Fun crowd the night we were there. Nice lounge seating, great feel! More...

A
27 August 2014

Review for the lounge:Sage was such anise thyme, I can't wait to cumin again. I sat at the bar with my bf where we split the potato and caramelized onion flatbread and a flight of wines. Both were delicious and the bartender, Jason, was friendly and did a great job. The bread was flat and the wines flew--what more can you want? More...

B
18 August 2014

My wife and I went here for dinner on a Saturday night. They had live music that was very nice and relaxing. We sat at the bar and had a few drinks and a couple different sliders. There wasn't one thing that wasn't anything short of amazing. The mixologist working the bar knew exactly what he was doing with inventing drinks and being a server. Next time we are in town we will definitely be coming back at least ones, probably once per day. More...

R
4 July 2014

Sage was an amazing find!  The atmosphere was perfect with a lounge feel, great live music and a relaxed vibe.  The menu was sophisticated yet offered just the right variety of comfort good mixed with seasonal dishes.  The American flat bread with fried Mac n cheese was amazing!  Also we enjoyed both of the beef sliders and collectively decided they were some of the best burgers we have ever had!  The flights of wine and beer offered a great variety as well.  The staff was attentive and gracious!  We would return in a heartbeat!  Fantastic dining experience! More...

J
2 June 2014

Hands down - Best food in town. The menu is interesting and fairly priced. You'll find some unique ideas and foods here unlike a lot of places in town that are basically glorified fish fry's. You won't walk away from here with a stomach full of grease and butter and shellfish. The chef can accommodate any dietary restriction which is a huge step past many places who have a salad with bacon or microwaved veggie burger for vegetarian options. The drink menu is awesome. The cucumber infused drinks are great. The lounge setting is relaxing with nice couches and comfy chairs. Perfect for two person dinners or a group of friends.Highly recommended. More...

D
17 March 2014

We really liked the flavors in the small bites menu. The staff was friendly and attentive. We will be going back!

S
9 December 2013

I was looking for a place to take my mom out for her birthday, and we spotted this place on the list of events for Holly Folly. It sounded nice, so we decided to check it out. It's where the Vixen used to be. They were listed as closing at 7 p.m., and we got there at 6:30, but they were super kind about that, and didn't kick us out - I think we finished up after 7:30. Mom got a coffee drink, I got the bloody Mary without shrimp, and we split some olives (the chef's choice yelp appetizer offer), a cheese plate, and eggs Benedict. The decor is pleasant - we sat right next to the fireplace. When we were finishing up, the owner came over to ask how everything was. We started chatting and she showed us around a little - she's just moving into their second year. This is her first time in the hospitality business, but she's off to a good start. On our way out, our server laden us with gingerbread men and coconut macaroons to take with us for mom's birthday. It's in a nice location in that it is both centrally located, and at the same time tucked away off of Commercial St. I will definitely keep this place in mind for my future trips to P-town. More...

C
9 September 2013

I loved this hidden gem, tucked back off Commercial Street. For our fifth visit to Ptown, we were looking for a new spot to try, and we stumbled across Sage. My only complaint is their hours-they don't open 'til 5, and sometimes you just want a snack and a drink a bit earlier than that. The staff has a bit of sass (which I love!) and the drinks are incredible; very imaginative and well presented with fresh herbs (including but also beyond the namesake sage).We had a light dinner, and the plates are all a wonderful size for sharing. Four of us ordered 6-8 items and snacked our way through a delicious dinner before a show.Some reviewers have commented on the lack of traditional tables-it's true, this is lounge seating, and you're eating off cocktail-height tables. For a five-course meal, it would be a drawback, but for sharing small plates, it works well.I look forward to making Sage a regular part of my Ptown visits. More...

J
31 August 2013

The best of the best! From the staff to the setting, Sage went way beyond my expectations. They have amazing drinks and delicious food. It was so good my fiancé and I went there 3 times in a week. Love me some Sage! More...

A
28 August 2013

We went Family Week and what a beautiful nice experience!  Our friend's kept marveling on the improvements the place had undergone since they'd met there years ago.  Beautiful decor, comfortable, great drinks! More...

J
20 August 2013

Awesome place.  Great atmosphere and service.  Very clean.  Drink menu is creative and the food was very good.

E
8 August 2013

I stayed during family week and had a really wonderful experience here at Sage. The rooms are beautiful and super clean and the staff is incredibly kind and welcoming. Sage also served as an event location for some of the family week festivities. They were always accommodating for whatever size group we had and seemed genuinely happy to have us there. Can't say enough good things about it and I can't wait to come back! More...

M
30 July 2013

So great! We walked around on a Wednesday not having made a reservation anywhere, but wanted a great meal for my husband's birthday. Without having any information about this place (aside from seeing the menu on the street) we were pleasantly surprised! We had a great outdoor seat, crammed our table full of (very reasonably priced) plates and delicious drinks, and when it began to get cooler outside we took our after-dinner drinks inside in the lounge. Loved it! Highly recommended. More...

E
24 July 2013

This review is mostly about the "Inn" side of this business. We stayed in room 307 for 5 nights during Bear Week. Chris C. (review dtd 11/15/2012 quoted below) and I agree 100% on the biggest negative issue: "the lack of a public area for guests to hang out in. Since he entire downstairs is given over to a lounge and public spaces, there is no place to just hang out and read, have coffee, etc.  There is a small upstairs lobby area and smaller function / overflow bar. Those need to be turned into space for paying hotel guests to hang out"We were allowed (and even encouraged) to hang out in the space IF (big "if") no other paying function is scheduled. There were 4 semi-comfortable chairs in the space and 2 user friendly 4 person tables. No place to "lounge"; i.e. put your feet up and lounge . All the chairs on 2nd floor balcony are hard and straight back. There is a comfy outdoor lounge area with comfy cushioned furniture on the 1st floor BUT (big "but") you can not take alcoholic drinks out there. (I am betting that is a legal, nonnegotiable, restriction.) Note: Room 307 has 2 straight back cane chairs and a wooden round table. That is why this shortcoming is important. Room 307 has a small refrigerator also (unlike Chris C.'s room). I was glad to see that. That saved the 1/2 of a huge pork chop I had left over from one meal. There is no microwave in the room or "make-your-own" coffee service tray. The breakfast is is no protein/high carbohydrate; which is typical inn fare. Only fruit I saw was grapefruit. I need protein to start my day right so that was a none starter for us. (Mostly) Good stuff:Friendly, helpful staff and owners. Everyone we came in contact with was 100% customer oriented.Location. Location. Location: Set back just enough off Commercial St to dim the noise. You can still people watch from 2nd floor balcony. Quiet rooms. No problem with noise even during Bear Week. It is about as close to the "heart" of the PTown action as you can get. Ideal if you are using the Ferry.Free parking for 3 of our 5 night stay. Moved to Private Parking for 2 days ($26 daily).Pets allowed (apparently). There were a few friendly pets in other rooms.Restaurant: The bartender and drinks are killer good. The food is excellent. We had a SPAM slider (with Kimchi) that was surprisingly excellent. Yes the portions are small-ish and the prices PTown high. Nevertheless, we will eat here when we come back to PTown even if we do not stay here.Summary: I would stay here again for a shorter stay (no more than 3 days). After hitting all the spots for 3 days you body wants to "lounge-out"  but you don't want to be cooped up by 4 view-less room walls either. More...

D
21 July 2013

Lived up to expectations based on other reviews. Rooms are nice and clean. Spacious for Ptown. Location is really excellent within walking distance to everything and very close to main pier for the shuttle back to Boston . Staff is very friendly and helpful. More...

L
5 July 2013

My review is mostly for the drinks, which were really spectacular.  The decor and feel is amazing here, and I will definitely return for more food in the future.  Love the variety of vegetarian options on the menu - we had the Mediterranean flatbread which actually wasn't great, but everyone's food around us looked amazing.  The flatbread was really bitter and not super cheesy, so the bitterness didn't get subdued by anything else on the plate.  We had the Celery Inferno and the Ptown Super Juice... wow, the Inferno was amazingggggggggg. More...

A
3 July 2013

Lovely property & excellent service.  Sorry we didnt get to try the happy hour (we were there on Tuesday), but the rest of the staff were fantastic!  This property is right in the middle of everything & has everything you need.  We will definitely stay again when we are in Ptown! More...

E
2 July 2013

We LOVED the Sage lounge - the classy, low key vibe (sage color scheme, of course), the way sage and other herbs (grown on site) work their way into fragrant, potent cocktails, and some pretty damn amazing customer service. We started off with the sage cucumber cocktail (gin, cucumber, ginger, fresh sage, lemon juice) and the celery inferno with cucumber vodka, celery juice & bitters, ancho chili, and black pepper syrup. For a hotel lounge, the cocktails are downright POSH. We continued with two dessert cocktails, a Reese's martini with house infused peanut butter vodka (sounds odd but it works) and a coconut lime cocktail with Kaffir lime vodka. Alana was our server and it wasn't long before the conversation evolved into photos of our pets and chat about recipes. She's awesome. We're here all week so we will be back for drinks and some apps. The entire menu is fabulous. More...

L
25 June 2013

We visited Sage for a friend's birthday while in Ptown for drinks and snacks. Although they don't serve large entrees, there's enough good stuff on the menu that you good easily go here for dinner. The lobster sliders, beef short rib, Wellfleet oysters, and truffle fries were all excellent, but the flatbreads were a bit boring compared to the rest. The meza trio (goat cheese, hummus, and tapenade) was delicious! The tapenade was the best with a bright, lemony taste, and refills of toasted pita were brought over so we could scoop up every bite. Finally for dessert we had the Sundae Gone Rogue: vanilla ice cream rolled in crushed potato chips, with chocolate sauce and bacon--wow! Absolutely fantastic. And throughout the meal the service was friendly and warm. Definitely recommended. More...

I
24 June 2013

Nice tapas style. The service was great. I liked the casual atmosphere of the chairs around a long coffee table. Most of the food were good but the lobster slider was amazing. A little pricey but it's PTown, of course it's pricey. More...

S
2 June 2013

Possibly the most delicious, buttery lobster roll sliders I've ever eaten. You definitely help make sure Massachusetts is known for them! The drinks were also really fantastic--I got the sage cucumber and the sage julep--SO good. And great service too. More...

M
26 May 2013

Loved the atmosphere a very nice ambiance!! Would recommend to everyone. Food well priced and delicious .

J
15 May 2013

We had our wedding here May 2013, and everything was so perfect.  The staff was spectacular and had every single detail covered.  If I had to do it again I would not change a thing.  Fabulous!! More...

S
13 January 2013

Came here in the off-season to experience the new place that I've heard so much about.It has a little bit of a small-town charm meets upper-east side elegance to it.  Everything is manicured with neutral tones of mushroom, taupe, and sage.  The tables are low to the ground and are more meant for a quick bite to eat - they are a bit uncomfortable if you are planning on staying for a full meal - as you need to hunch over to eat.  The drinks were very delicious.  The food was yummy - served tapas style. More...

R
2 January 2013

Sage is set back from Commercial Street and you would go right by it without noticing it, but it is a bit of a hidden gem.  Spent two nights here and had a very enjoyable stay, complete with tasty drinks from the lounge, which were some of the best we had on our trip.  The lobby and lounge area is great; modern and chic yet warm and inviting.  The hotel room was great for the price.  It was big by Provincetown standards and came complete with a couch, table for two, mini refrigerator, et cetera.  The room didn't feel cramped and was spacious.  The staff were also friendly and uber accomodating.The only draw back was some SUPER obnoxious creeking/ticking noise in the wall that slowly and painfully drove us to insanity whenever we were in the room.  Luckily we didn't spend too much time there but trying to sleep with tick tick tick tick tick happening every single second was a bit of a challenge.  I think I can still hear the ticking even now. More...

C
15 November 2012

I really liked the Sage Inn.  It's the old Pilgrim House, refreshed, repainted and re-imagined, and it pretty much works. The rooms are above the loungey small plates and events space with access through there until 1am, or at all hours from outside overnight via an elevated walkway from Commercial Street.The rooms are small, tidy and clean, and a nice bathroom. All more than adequate if not spacious or exactly luxurious. For the money, it's perfectly nice.I don't love the bath products in pumps, as much as a laud the environmentally friendly nature of it, there  is too much risk of someone tampering with the products, and who doesn't like itty bitty shampoos to take home? :)My biggest issue about the place is the lack of a public area for guests to hang out in. Since he entire downstairs is given over to a lounge and public spaces, there is no place to just hang out and read, have coffee, etc.  There is a small upstairs lobby area and smaller function / overflow bar. Those need to be turned into space for paying hotel guests to hang out, with 24 hour coffee service (and an ice machine -- as nice as they are about getting you ice, it needs to be available around the clock.)So that's why the 1 star off perfect -- invest in some public space for the guests and you'd be a 5 star place.++Quality towels Comfy bed and pillows Clean modern roomsiPod clock radioTv with cable--Lack of individual bath products, no mouthwash or lotionNo fridge Skimpy bfastNo DVD playerNo common area for guests More...

M
7 November 2012

Here for six weeks and enjoying the restaurants in this town. I have been to Sage on many occasions and have found the food wonderful. The chef has done an amazing job creating dishes that are unique and can serve two people as small bites. Crab cakes delicious, clam chowder different but great tasting and sliders tasty and just cooked to perfection. Also recommend their chocolate dessert with brownie squares, vanilla bean ice cream and chocolate syrup. Kudos to the women who own Sage and the chef who runs a terrific and on time kitchen. More...

J
18 August 2012

Consider me pleasantly surprised.The Sage Inn is a great little spot off of the main drag in PTown. In fact, as you're walking down Commercial Street, you're likely to miss it. The rooms are small, but quaint. The furnishings are just fine having been recently renovated. Booking the room was also a breeze, with the staff being very accommodating and helpful. The lounge and bar is nice. They've got great cocktails and even fun twists on their beers. I ordered a simple stout and the bartender suggested sprucing it up with a Chambord Floater. It added a lovely fruit essence to what would have been an ordinary beer.Parking is limited, so be sure to book early so you can snag a parking spot for yourself. More...

L
1 August 2012

Wow!  A friend had told us about this spot so we thought we would give it a try.  I have never considered Provincetown as a great foodie place.  We really come here for the cool weather and the beach.  I was absolutely stunned at the great quality of the menu and the food at the Sage Inn & Lounge.When we walked in the door the vibe was calm and hip.  The staff was very accommodating, it was raining outside and they offered warm thick beach towels.  Our server recommended the featured cocktail for the evening, a cucumber infused vodka martini with a lemongrass simple syrup, fresh squeezed lime juice, chili threads and a lime twist.  It was delicious.  The menu style has a variety of small plates similar to concepts we see in Austin. The Sage  uses local, fresh ingredients, farm to table concept. We asked the server how many items we should order for the two of us; she recommended starting with two and we could order more if we wanted more. We ordered the Knuckle Lobster Sliders to start.  The buns were so fresh, soft and warm.  The large pieces of lobster were  cold and very flavorful, yummy beet chips were served on the plate as well.  The Pork Belly was next for us, OMG, really really good.  For dessert we had the Key Lime Parfait which was a perfect, light way to end our meal.I really hope people will get out and try this place, the chef is young and very talented, the interior is very soothing and most incredibly if you are a member of many of the non profit organizations in Provincetown that they list on their menu they give back a percentage of your check to that organization. More...

E
28 July 2012

Sage Inn and Lounge is incredible.  It's right off Commercial Street, but tucked away so it's peaceful, serene, and beautiful.  The ambiance is incredible, and who wouldn't love oysters served on lemon meringue clouds and clam chowder served tableside?!  The chef had training in France and the menu is full of creative twists on modern favorites.The rooms are sparkling clean, modern, and spacious.  To top it off, they let you park onsite which is a HUGE bonus.  I can't wait to come back to this little spot in October.  It was fabulous! More...

J
8 July 2012

Very pleasant place to eat, had the best fish taco, to me perfect. Daughter had the lobster knuckle sliders (?) which see enjoyed. Wife had apple martini which see enjoyed. All in all I would  return. Recommend highly. More...

M
6 July 2012

We loved the Sage Lounge! The food was incredible... I ate half a dozen raw Wellfleet oysters! Everything was delicious. We actually spent a couple of hours and chatted up the staff. Everyone is incredibly warm and friendly. The customer service is spot on. We had heard about Sage from our friends in CA... and it does not disappoint. Just so you know, it's off Commercial.. so you simply have a look a little harder for it. We will definitely be back the next time we're in Ptown! More...

P
22 June 2012

The Sage Inn is tucked away from Commercial Street but in the center of everything! Our room was extremely clean and the bathroom with the tub was lovely. Sit on the community deck and eat your continental breakfast. I'm so happy a place like this exists in P-town. There is also an outdoor herb wall! I hear the cocktails are delicious here. More...

J
27 May 2012

WOW!  The oysters are amazing!   Sophisticated space & sleek design makes it ideal for conversation with friends.  Service was friendly and personal.   Great addtion to the Ptown scene! More...

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