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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.
Provincetown, MA 02657
American, Seafood, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 3:00pm, Saturday and Sunday: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 3:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday and Saturday: 3:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 3:00pm - 9:00pm
$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: (508) 487-8878
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Ross' Grill Ratings and Reviews
We've been dining here for many years. We visit Ptown several times a year. The food is consistently good, as is the service. It is not the quietest place to eat, but we enjoy our meals and the amazing wine selection. We have never had a negative eating experience, nor have we ever been disappointed by the food or the service. We continue to be pleased whenever we dine here.
Tucked away charm by the P town Wharf upstairs but expected better view. The seating in this place is utterly inefficient. The seafood is delicious and the seafood stew a wonderful creation of flavors. Service was OK, did not seem interested in upselling with beverages and all. But we enjoyed the evening as it was out get away weekend.
We have been going to Ross's since it opened years ago....but Never again. We left more than half our food on our plates - Tuscan Cod tasted of ammonia, Halibut Special tasted like nothing at all. The bread is pre-made, defrosted. The banana bread pudding, which we've had for years is no longer buttery, but now just heavy, soggy...and again, tasteless. We asked if the restaurant was under new management, or possibly a new chef, but the waiter said no....and walked away. Sadly, a nice setting, but no more birthday dinners here....or any dinners. Inedible.
What could be better than enjoying a truly delicious meal while gazing at a brilliant sunset coloring the ocean outside Ross' large picture windows? The restaurant has an attractive dark, modern décor with the added advantage of facing the ocean. It is literally on the beach. Though a bit New York pricey, the menu is diverse, sophisticated, interesting, and worth the expense, especially for special occasions; but much of the food is good old fashioned tummy pleasing comfort food - beautifully presented, mind you - but yummy. The fish and seafood seem freshly caught - probably is. The trawlers go out everyday from the nearby pier. The service is excellent. The wait staff is attentive and knowledgeable about the drink and food menus. We were celebrating my husband's birthday and our waitress noticed the birthday card on the table. Without my asking, she very thoughtfully added a candle to our dessert and sang happy birthday to him. It was really a lovely and memorable dining experience. We will definitely dine there again and I would highly recommend Ross Grill in Provincetown, on Cape Cod. Mrs. Jann Carden
Food over-priced, but quite good, not great. No red wine under $40 per bottle. The service was affable, but apparently saddled with a slow kitchen. Noise level makes conversation at times impossible. The harbor views are scenic, but seating location is strategic. Prices have jumped after a few years of just creeping up. If views are vitally important, then this may be a worthwhile dining experience, but better value can be found elsewhere.
My husband and I came for a dinner date night and were absolutely impressed. We had raw oysters and then the Tuscan Cod for dinner, it was absolutely the best meal I have had in a long time. Great view of the water, fantastic wine, this place is amazing, a MUST if you travel to PTown. We will definitely be back.
We were looking for a late night place to eat as we were arriving into Providence late after driving for about 3 hours. I had researched some places that would take late dinner reservations and as Ross' Grill had great reviews, decided to go with this. I made Reservations's through their website (open table) which was so easy to do and requested a quite romantic spot as this was the start to our special weekend. When we arrived there they seated us promptly and had a lovely table by the window. I was immediately taken aback by the ambience, it was candle lit and just beautiful. I couldn't have asked for a better more romantic spot. This was just the start.. we ordered our drinks.. they have an extensive wine list, and as I like Spanish wines, our waiter recommended a wine which was great! Good start.. then the appetizers, I ordered the beef carpaccio which was amazing!! And my boyfriend ordered the crab cakes which i must say were the best crab cakes I have ever tasted (he let me try some :)) wow! He loved them as well. For our mains, I ordered the filet mignon, OMG, it was wonderful and done to perfection, served with mashed potatoes and asparagus and the best mushroom jus ever! We enjoyed another couple of drinks as the place emptied out, and then we were the last. They were closing but our waiter made a point of telling us not to to rush that they would be there for a awhile cleaning up, and insisted that we have one of their deserts on the house! Really could not have wished for a better start to our romantic weekend (by the way my boyfriend proposed to me on the next night, somewhere else, and he kept a saying he wished he'd had the ring handy at Ross' as he would have proposed there) it was the perfect night!! I will recommend whole heartily to anyone! Amazing!!
This is one of the best restaurants you can eat at. The food is consistent, excellent, tasty and always great specials. The salads are fresh with variety and flavor. One of my favorites is the wild boar, and my other favorite is the seafood risotto. The atmosphere is casual, fun and very professional. When in Ptown it is a must, and make your reservations early!
We are regulars at Ross' Grill and of course wanted to dine there on New Years. Looking forward to the best cocktails in town and our favorite dishes, we were caught offguard by the $100 Fix Price menu. There was no mentioning of that on the website or on Open Table. So, we had the option or paying that kind of money or trying to locate a dining spot on New Years eve. We opted to stay, but were disappointed by the cocktails that were not anywhere near the usual quality. All in all a rare, but still disappointing experience at our favorite place in town :(.
Been to Ross many times when in town. Was dissapointed in the food this time around. Crab cake and coconut shrimp were way over done very deep fried. Clam chowder was very watered down and scallops in time rich were just ok. Wait staff is great. For the prices I would expect a better turnout from the kitchen. I'm sorry to leave this review because other times its been great and it was just a bummer that the food was such a disappointment.
Ross' Grill is totally amazing! The French Onion is a MUST!!!! Wine list is impressive - this is an amazing restaurant. The service was perfect our server had full menu knowledge and had great recommendations for dinner and wines. This is a must attend when in PTOWN!
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.
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