Alright gang, a lot of you come in and say, “how late are you staying open this season?” Here’s the memo from management:
We’ll be open through Halloween weekend with most of our summer menu. And then we’ll see you on weekends (Fri-Sun) through New Year’s.
BUT: We’re tossing the menu. BYYYYEEEEEEE.
Things We Will Have:
a) Coffee and tea. Sometimes cider.
b) Some baked goods.
c) Breakfast sandwiches.
d) A couple lunch sandwiches.
e) A soup.
f) Weird stuff (we made boiled peanuts last week, so WHO KNOWS).
Things We Know:
a) It will be different almost every weekend.
b) It will be made from scratch.
c) It will be fun.
d) And it will probably be a little weird.
Thanks for a super amazing, overwhelming, incredible, exhausting and wonderful first season!
Great news, everyone — we all made it through Memorial Day weekend! We are so overwhelmed by the great response and all of your feedback, and can’t thank you guys enough for eating our sandwiches, buying our groceries and making us feel so, so welcome in Provincetown.
We roasted 12 huge turkey breasts in preparation for the weekend, and by Sunday we’d already sold out! We’ll be roasting more ASAP and are delighted that everyone liked it so much!
Now that things have calmed down a little bit, come say hi and let us know what kinds of sandwiches and salads are your favorite, what kind of groceries your vacation (or year-round) house needs and tell us your favorite story from Memorial Day weekend. See you soon!
We’re painting the shop bright white this weekend, moving everything into place, and then we’ll actually be able to start thinking about making food at Pop+Dutch! As we all dive headfirst into sandwiches-on-the-beach season, we want to know what you think the most important sandwich component is.
We’re Sean Gardner and Rebecca Orchant, two Brooklyn ex-pats who now call the West End of Provincetown home. In May, we’ll officially open Pop+Dutch in the old Provincetown General Store space, and we’re basically overflowing with excitement about meeting every single one of you and putting a sandwich in your face.
Since we’ve moved here, a lot of people have looked us up and down, cocked their heads to the side and said, “what made you move here to do this?” In case you’re wondering the same thing, we wrote a blog post over on HuffPost Taste about it.