24 Hours with Kate : Provincetown, Massachusetts

Scene Spotter

Provincetown, affectionately called P-town, is known for sandy beaches, a beautiful harbor and is one of the oldest artist colonies in America. Kate Sidell gives us a peek at the cutting-edge artists featured at The School House Gallery, pan-sears 5-pound lobsters at The Lobster Pot and lounges in the sun with her pals at Harbor Hotel. P-town is also one of the few spots on the east coast where one can watch the sun set into the water.

Kate Sidell, owner of the MET Restaurant Group, showcases local quality restaurants, art museums, and other must-visits in 24 Hours with Kate. Accompanied by a team of MET Back Bay employers, Kate learns the ins and outs of each restaurant and what makes them the best local food stops. The MET Back Bay team includes Marketing Director Jennifer Tradd, COO Jamie Kaye, General Manager Steven Zeneski, and Executive Chef Todd Winer. The MET Back Bay, located in Boston, is just one of the great restaurants affiliated with the MET Restaurant Group. Other locations include the MET Bar & Grill, in both Natick and Dedham, and theMetropolitan Club in Chestnut Hill. Follow Kate and her crew as they explore the local gems of the food industry!


Up Next

Gem of the Week : Oxidized Jewelry

First aged jeans were in. Now aged jewelry? Oxidized jewelry darkens metal to make the [...]