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/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Ross' Grill Ratings and Reviews
We loved our waiter and busboy and that' ...
We loved our waiter and busboy and that's an odd way to begin a review for one of the better meals we've had all year -- but they were that good. We sampled 5 plates and every item on every plate was perfectly executed with seasonal ingredients. The Statler chicken was perfect as were the littleneck clams with a spicy an doulas sausage.
Love this restaurant and you can't beat ...
Love this restaurant and you can't beat the view. Like every restaurant in Provincetown it was teeming to the brim with people. Noise is always an issue in places like this but our food was good, not great. In general I'd say that we have been here in past years and have been really wow'ed. Every restaurant in P'town now seems noisy and crowded - good for business I suppose.
Excellent as always. Ordered a special ...
Excellent as always. Ordered a special app and entree which were delicious, the steak app which was great, and the fisherman's stew which I order religiously when at Ross' Grill. Staff and owner were incredibly attentive and accommodating and interactions with staff and the other guests made the experience so welcoming. Love this place.
Interesting menu attracted me. Swordfish ...
Interesting menu attracted me. Swordfish with a white bean Raghu special was delicious. Calamari Appetizer was excellent. Nice & crispy batter. Nice views but the Windows needed cleaning. Server was a local, very attentive. Would eat here again.
We waited over an hour for our entrees a ...
We waited over an hour for our entrees and we had two five-year olds with us who were more patient than the adults. The restaurant was not overly crowded so there was no excuse. Also, there should be more wait staff. Our waiter was apologetic but what could he do.
Amazing food and view. My husband and I ...
Amazing food and view. My husband and I look forward to visiting Ross' Grille just as much as we love the Cape. Caesar has great taste in wine and the food (especially the yellow fin tuna) never disappoints! A must visit restaurant on anyone's list when in Provincetown.
I originally wanted to go for dinner for ...
I originally wanted to go for dinner for our daughters 21st bday. We had a table of 6. When I made my reservations with Open Table, wanting 6pm there was nothing available. I tried 5. Kept changing and the only time I could get was 2:30! Well, that's not dinner, that's lunch. I had 2 items already planned for dinner. We we got there, the waiter was so-so personable. Perhaps he was upset, rightfully so, that we came in because as he told us, the kitchen closes at 2:30 to prepare for the 5pm dinner menu. We were sort of rushed to decide. I think Open table or the restaurant need to adjust their times. No wonder 2:30 was available. As time went on, the waiter seemed to warm up to us and became friendlier. Even gave us some tips of things to do while visiting Provincetown. The menu wasn't to my personal liking but the food was very good. I was disappointed at not being able to have my dinner choices. I loved the decor and scenic view. I would go back, but you HAVE to make reservations, in season anyway, WAY in advance and not 3 days like I did.
Cowboy ribeye special was phenomenal as ...
Cowboy ribeye special was phenomenal as was the seafood stew. The onion soup was the best I've had anywhere (sorry Capital Grill). Our waiter was friendly and full of good recommendations. We usually come here once or twice a year. Also save room for the peanut butter pie!
In a resort town one often gets mediocre ...
In a resort town one often gets mediocre food passed off as gourmet...not so here. We were very pleasantly surprised at the excellent preparation of the appetizers (soft shell crab - done to perfection) and the seafood entrees. The sommelier was very knowledgeable and knew which of two wines was drinking better. (We had a chance to find out as we drank the other bottle the next night at a different restaurant.) He was right on the money! The view added to our experience and our waiter was friendly without crossing the line of professionalism.
I make it to P-town once a year and Ross ...
I make it to P-town once a year and Ross' Grill is a must for dining when visiting. The view of the water is so romantic, especially if you are fortunate to sit out on the balcony area. I ended up eating there for dinner and then lunch the very next day. The fish and chips are to die for....light and flakey. Never to disappoint...I have been coming to this restaurant for over 7 years and will continue every year I am able to visit.
Eating at Ross' Grill is always one of t ...
Eating at Ross' Grill is always one of the highlights of my many trips to Provincetown. Caesar always makes you feel like you are a special guest. The hand selected wines, the outstanding menu and professional service are all enhanced by the spectacular view of the harbor. It's the whole package!
The food and server were outstanding -- ...
The food and server were outstanding -- the view was incredible -- but that is pretty much where it stopped.
I made the reservation prior to even arriving in Ptown, making sure we were going to have a GREAT final meal in town. I researched and menu-shopped, and found the perfect place! I arrived in Ptown, and told everyone of our find. After a week of waiting, we arrived.
My first issue is that though we made reservations days in advance, we were not treated any more special than anyone else. We were given a crammed table, under a fan that didn't work. Though, I saw other folks walk up WITHOUT reservations, and they were seated in water-front seats. May I suggest: if someone takes the time to COMMIT to your restaurant prior to even arriving in your town, you would at least give them a LITTLE bit of respect in actually reserving a decent table.
My second issue -- the heat! There is no AC! It was 90F INSIDE the restaurant, since the restaurant is very poorly ventilated. I had to go to the rest room multiple times ONLY to dry off, since it was so hot and sticky. And, again, the ONLY source of relief available was a ceiling fan -- but it was broken, stuck on the low setting. So, while I was watching other folks walk in, sit at the water-front, window seats, all having fans that are on high speed -- we, were treated like 2nd class, stuck in the middle of a cramped room, with ZERO air.
It was absolutely miserable! If you are going to be open during the summer, you should either post that you have NO AC on your website -- so that people can actually dress appropriately and not wear coats and ties, slacks; OR, better yet, with the $250 bill we (over) paid, you should consider fixing the ceiling fans, or maybe even buying an AC.
Either way, the food was incredible, and our server was great -- but sweating in my food, while sweat was running down my arms, while I even felt faint for a bit -- due to the heat -- this place will never again be on my list of places to eat.
The food did not match the great setting ...
The food did not match the great setting overlooking the water. I had the grilled romaine which was more like wilted romaine and topped with a dressing that tasted like bottled. For an entree, I had the Tuscan Kale. It was extremely salty, served on top of spinach and mashed potato, and everything was sitting in some kind of salty broth. My dining partner ordered the gazpacho, which he said was the worst he ever had. For his entree, he had the paella, which turned out to be oily and salty rice with some seafood. Definitely not worth the high prices to enjoy a view.
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