With so much to do and see in Provincetown, you're going to need some serious caffeine to get you through the day. From perusing galleries and shops to late night dance parties, Provincetown is a 24/7 town in the summer. Fortunately, Commercial Street is lined with coffee shops and cafes that can provide that much needed pick-me-up. Here are three of our favorite Provincetown coffee shops for your stay at our Provincetown boutique hotel (awolhotel.com) this summer.
With three locations in Boston and Provincetown, this coffee shop is chic with its white subway tile, modern fixtures, and Instagrammable succulents. Serving Tandem Coffee, roasted in Portland, Maine, Kohi's coffees are roasted on the lighter side. Enjoy your coffee on the back deck overlooking P'town harbor.
If you find yourself in need of coffee while on the Western end of Commercial Street, seek out Wired Puppy. The owners pride themselves on sourcing the best coffees and roasting them to perfection, and naturally this level of detail translates to the coffee bar as well. Coffee is brewed in several ways—from Chemex and siphon to pour over and French press. If you're looking to linger, you can enjoy a coffee prepared in one of these ways, otherwise, drip coffee is available to go.
Head to Happy Camper when you need a sweet treat with your coffee. This shop is known for its housemade donuts and ice cream in addition to its espresso bar. Try a plum glazed donut with black tea cream filling or go big with a browned butter donut and a scoop of cake batter ice cream. Happy Camper serves Stumptown Roasters coffee to balance the sweetness of its baked goods. You'll love this sweet little store and its curated selection of beach necessities like Turkish towels, ukuleles, and watermelon floats.