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The Squealing Pig. Provincetown (Cape Cod).

Food & Drink / Music & Entertainment / Nightlife
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17 whiskeys, that must be a record! »

5.0 Stars

supposedly, dylan thomas's last words. what kind of punanai boy was he, anyway? i always hoped my last words would be something along the lines of "your friends are pussies." man, i've fallen in love at this place, i've fallen out of love, almost gotten taken out by a rogue wave..the best jukebox ON cape cod. and some of the best live music you'll see while working your indentured servant job of a summer. if you're a local, this place will take care of you.

BUT i'm gonna give it FIVE stars, since it changed staff..i invested ten long months of serious drinking in this joint.. i'm talking fighting cops in the street, stabbing someone who roofied me, and walking home shirtless in blizzards 10 feet from the ocean! and then they go and change bartenders?? when i really NEEDED THE MOST?!? but i guess they have delicious tuscan fries and they pour heavy. but watch out for the geezers trying to slip ya a mickey while a cold atlantic be ragin' up a storm. HELLTOWN.

On Tue Jul 7, 2009 | Permalink

The only Pig for me. »

5.0 Stars

There's another that opened in Boston, but to me, there's really no other Pig except the original. This is a bar where the maximum capacity sign has the number crossed out and a new one written over it because, apparently, they really wanted to throw a couple people out one night. The jukebox has everything from Madonna's greatest hits to the Pogues, and there's a really impressive selection of beers, which is important in a town filled with froufrou martinis that cost $20 bucks. It's also one of the only places open in winter, which leads to nights of infamy and glory. I'm talking a level of partying where even living across the street, walking home was a challenge. There's also a trivia night where you can win money, and not just okay but GOOD food. Try the soup of the day and also know that it's a great place in town to pick up people who are interested in more than the latest house music compilation.

On Tue Jul 7, 2009 | Permalink

5.0 Stars
335 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA 02657, USA


the original squealing pig, sorta-townie bar.

Tags: english breakfast, great jukebox, live bands, lots of beer, off-season, pub food, trivia

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