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Cape Cod Online Restaurant Review
  By Mary Grauerholz | November 2017
Most of Provincetown’s restaurants are on Commercial Street, so discovering Victor’s, with its urbane interior and thoughtful small-plate menu, was a pleasure.   Read More >

Five of the best Cape Cod eateries
  By Guy Dimond | June 2016
Currently the pick of the smart places to eat in P-town, Victor’s is one of the few that feels properly metropolitan, and attracts local artists and dignitaries as well as big city spenders. It’s seafood-oriented, with a great raw bar and modern small-plates menu. The grilled fish soft tacos are good, and the lobster sliders fun. If you’re looking for something more substantial, seared halibut fillet is served with orzo and artichoke hearts.   Read More >

26 Best Things to Provincetown, Massachusetts
  By VacationIdea Staff | November 2015
Dining at Victor’s is certainly an elegant affair; the restaurant features a beautiful dining room in a stately house, a fireplace, cathedral ceilings, high quality furniture, and lovely table settings. Victor’s is an upscale establishment, but it is also inviting and comfortable, ensuring you will enjoy a very special evening.
Executive Chef Christina Spencer takes advantage of local, fresh, and seasonal produce and fresh daily caught fish and seafood to produce outstanding cuisine. Her specialties are small plates, which are perfect for sharing and sampling all that Victor’s has to offer. Everything is so delicious that you simply have to share a bit with your companions.   Read More >

Where to Eat, Drink, Shop and Stay in Provincetown This Summer
  By Rocky Casale | July 2014
At Victor’s Restaurant on Bradford Street, happy hour specials include seafood to go along with the place’s refreshing negronis. Every day from 3 to 5 p.m., the raw bar dishes out local oysters on the half shell for 99 cents apiece.   Read More >

WWD Postcard: Peter Som in Cape Cod
  By Peter Som | July 2014
...And the food? New England’s finest seafood is everywhere you turn! Victor’s shrimp and oysters, the Cod Bánh Mì at Canteen and the Lobster Roll at Mac’s were among my favorites.   Read More >

Kelly Rowland Lost at Sea...
  By Lily Harrison and Marcus Mulick | July 2013
...posted an image of herself posing with the head chef at Victor's restaurant. "Me and my girl Christina Spencer, the Chef at Victor's in P-Town!!! This food is absolutely amazing! #passionforfood" she wrote.   Read More >

Provincetown: A Late Season Getaway
  By Jonathan Higbee | September 2011
Immediately upon entering I noticed not only the gorgeous cathedral ceilings that helped the din of the room resonate but a pinch of my butt courtesy of Provincetown’s infamous Shady Pines, host of Victor’s Drag Queen Brunch. She knows exactly how I like to be greeted. The entertainment was side-splitting, the food was delicious (he had a lobster eggs benedict that I preferred to my chicken enchiladas), and after all was said and done it's safe to recommend Victor's for anyone looking to get Sunday Funday started on the right foot.   Read More >

Fresh, Light, and Delicious Year-round
  By Rebecca M. Alvin | August 2008
It’s not unusual for the face of Provincetown’s restaurant scene to change. Every summer, new places come in and old ones disappear. But for the most part, eateries new and old close down in the fall, leaving year-rounders just a handful of dining options off-season.   Read More >

One New England
  By Anthony Daries
So how does architect and real estate developer Victor Depoala, owner of Victor's, a hot new restaurant in Provincetown, Massachusetts, plan to leave his mark on the historic Portuguese fishing village without overpowering its signature quaintness?   Read More >