About Ross' Grill
Ross’ Grill is Provincetown’s most talked about dining experience. Located on the second floor of Whaler"s Wharf, just steps from Commercial Street, Ross’ Grill offers breathtaking harbor views with a European bistro atmosphere. Our guests enjoy an intimate, inviting, and first-class dining experience. It’s no surprise that Ross’ Grill was rated “excellent” by Zagat’s Dining Guide. With over 75 different wines served by the glass, guests can enjoy a wine that suits the palate as well as compliments their menu selection. Ross’ Grill also has a full liquor license with a variety of signature cocktails. Elevator access to second floor.
American, Seafood, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Wednesday - Monday: 12:00pm - 2:30pm; Dinner: Nightly: 5:30pm - 9:30pm
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Just minutes from McMillan parking lot.
Private Party Facilities:
We can accommodate large parties and weddings.
Private Party Contact:
César Gerena: 5084878878x
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Ross' Grill Ratings and Reviews
The restaurant is charming and the food ...
The restaurant is charming and the food was all delicious - appetizer to dessert. We had the braised beef ribs and seafood stew, which we both highly recommend. If you have room for dessert, try the Key Lime Pie Cheesecake!
Once again, we had a delicious meal with ...
Once again, we had a delicious meal with friends at Ross' Grill. The cocktails were well-made and the wine list was bountiful. The butternut squash soup was a delectable start to our meal, not too sweet and perfectly spiced. The cod over spinach and white beans was a generous serving of flaky white fish over tender white beans and well seasoned spinach. The Asian inspired tuna was beautifully seared to a medium rare accompanied by jasmine rice, seaweed salad and ginger. Shared desserts of banana bread pudding and flourless chocolate cake were big hits. The service was friendly, knowledgable, and patient with our lively group. This is one of our favorite restaurants in Provincetown.
It was my 50th birthday. The restaurant ...
It was my 50th birthday. The restaurant was perfect: The atmosphere was elegant, Great view of the Provincetown Harbor, excellent service, great drinks and appetizers, and my salmon meal was delicious! I will definitely be going back to Ross's grill!
Had dinner with three couples. The wait ...
Had dinner with three couples. The waiter seemed like he didn't want to be there. Took our order and told us the specials from the far end of the table. Several times we had to ask him to come to our side of the table because we could not hear him over the noise and did want to yell across the table. He seemed annoyed anytime was asked for the smallest thing. Food was mediocre at best. We would not go out of our way to go back again.
Visited Ross' Grill on Saturday Eve, 10/ ...
Visited Ross' Grill on Saturday Eve, 10/22/16. Our group of 4 met a friend for drinks at the bar and then we moved to our table for dinner. Ambiance is wonderful. Dark features but really cozy and warm. Beautiful ocean water view. Being on the top level at the location (Whaler's Wharf), the ocean scenery is wonderful. Service was decent, bartender is fantastic, the waiter/service person was just "ok" (his personality was business like, not overly friendly, but he was doing his job and serving us). The food was outstanding. Gluten Free options available but you have to mention it to the staff. It's on the expensive side.........but well worth it! This is about our tenth visit to the Ross' Grill and there will be many more. It's become on of our favorite restaurants in P-Town.
We arrived 30 minutes early for our rese ...
We arrived 30 minutes early for our reservation. We were told that our table was not available, but another was and we were seated immediately.
The French onion soup came highly recommended. It certainly did NOT disappoint! It could have been appetizer, dinner AND dessert...absolutely divine.
The soup d'jour was a mushroom bisque and was excellent, as well.
Our entrée choices were seafood paella and the glazed salmon. Both were expertly prepared.
The waitstaff was professional and attentive, but not hovering.
Food was phenomenal. Service was quick, ...
Food was phenomenal. Service was quick, friendly, and professional. Hostess was very warm and inviting. View was great. We came to this restaurant after scanning a few reviews. Very glad we chose this. Try the T-bone! So tender you don't even need a knife!
We've been going for years as it's consi ...
We've been going for years as it's consistently high quality, good service and the owner/bartender is a really great guy. In season it can be crazy--but in a good way. Lots of energy and good feeling, you share in the experience that people are happy to be there.
We had a great dinner at Ross's. As alwa ...
We had a great dinner at Ross's. As always everyone is friendly and the service is fantastic. The risotto was out of this world and the venison special was great too. Nice wine list and good desserts. All in all an excellent meal.
Great view! Great Food! We love the chic ...
Great view! Great Food! We love the chicken pistachio pate appetizer. Three friends enjoyed the grilled salmon, scallops and the seafood risotto was wonderful. This is one of our favorite restaurants in Provincetown.
Ross's has always been a must go to rest ...
Ross's has always been a must go to restaurant in P-Town, always great.
This time it was good, not great.
Service was ok but slow, not attentive, Not the usual at all.
We will be back and hope for the standard Ross which should be great, it always has been for us.
This was an off night
Excellent! Not pressured to eat quickly ...
Excellent! Not pressured to eat quickly, very relaxed. Invisible, extraordinary service. Food (filet mignon, stuffed with crabmeat, asparagus, and potato) was perfectly prepared and presented. Very romantic setting with amazing harbour view. Bravo, Ross's Grille!
We love the Ross' Grill and whenever we ...
We love the Ross' Grill and whenever we are in P'town we have to go.
The ambience is relaxed with subtle lighting, and we especially enjoy dining at the bar. Caesar the owner is a charming and knowledgeable host, his choice of wines are superb and cocktail craftsmanship is one of the best in town. The French onion soup is worth travelling from the UK for alone, but the fillet mignon with mushroom demi-glaze is like nothing I've every tasted, so tender and mouthwatering that I am salivating just thinking about it. The steak is accompanied by a stack of the lightest and most delicious potatoes dauphinois and perfectly grilled asparagus. It is simple combination but is just heaven on a plate.
I showed up solo and was warmly welcomed ...
I showed up solo and was warmly welcomed and seated at the bar. I was attended to quickly. No noticeable disapproval when all I asked for was water to start. I ordered the lamb sliders - my first bite was a gastronomic O. The lamb was tender and extremely tasty, with just the right spice and heat to make my mouth tingle, complemented by cooling elements (minty yogurt, sweet red onion) on luscious fresh brioche. I left a very happy customer.
Over rated. Average food. Noisy. Would ...
Over rated. Average food. Noisy.
Would maybe return or recommend for a quick lunch but not with the expectation of a great meal. The view is the draw. Stick to simple " bar food". Wouldn't order a pricey item here. Just not worth it The bathroom alone ( filthy. Clearly not maintained ) is enough to keep me away
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