Lobster Pot in Provincetown up for sale for $14 million

PROVINCETOWN, Mass — Lobster Pot a popular waterfront restaurant known for it’s spectacular view of the Provincetown Harbor is up for sale for 14 million.

According to a listing the sale includes “the land, buildings, business, equipment, improvements and brand.”

The Lobster Pot is a Provincetown staple and the iconic neon sign has been bringing guests though the door since 1979.

“People come from around the world to experience fresh seafood, an amazing view of Provincetown Harbor and outstanding Cape Cod hospitality,” the listing said.

The restaurant, located at 321 Commercial Street, sits on a .07-acre lot in the center of Provincetown, with 8,293 square feet over the two levels.

The McNulty family took over operations in 1979 with the goal of providing an authentic Cape Cod dining experience in a comfortable setting.

Tim McNulty became executive chef in 1982 and later took over as owner.

The restaurant is focused on quality food and supported by outstanding service. Lobster Pot features multiple dining rooms and numerous bars on two levels of waterfront dining.

The business is in the top 0.5% of restaurants in the USA.

The Lobster Pot is also where the late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain started working as a dishwasher in 1972.

To view the full listing, click the link here.

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