Last Updated on October 4, 2022 by Lauren Beck
Squealing Pig is a pub and oyster bar dedicated to serving the best seafood and drinks the next time you’re out for lunch or dinner.
If you’re in Provincetown, Massachusetts, you should check out the place. Here’s everything they have in store for you.
What is Squealing Pig – Provincetown?
Squealing Pig – Provincetown is a casual, fun place where they serve great cocktails and even better food. Because Ptown is so close to the harbor, you can expect the freshest shrimps, oysters, lobsters, and more to satisfy those deep-seated seafood cravings.
The place also carries the best draft and bottled beers, such as Young’s Double Chocolate Stout, made with stout and imported chocolate; Fisherman’s Brew, an American amber lager; and Flying Dog, a German-style wheat beer.
And of course, what better to go with great food and drinks than music? Come and see live music and entertainment from underground and local artists every Saturday night until closing.
Let’s Take A Closer Look
335 Commercial Street Provincetown, MA 02657
Lunch and dinner from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm (bar open until 1:00 am)
Live music and entertainment are available at Squealing Pig – Provincetown every Saturday from 10:00 pm until closing. Who knows? You might just find the next big star performing right before you.
What’s On Squealing Pig’s Menu?
With Provincetown being so close to the harbor, it’s only fitting that Squealing Town serves some of the freshest seafood in the area.
You can get anywhere from silky ceviche, gorgeous oysters, or juicy shrimps. If you ask us, why not have it all by getting their gorgeous seafood platter?
For those who aren’t big seafood lovers, you can get fresh Fried chicken, Beef Sirloin Stew, or their Veggie Burger (seriously, how is something this good vegetarian?). And if your little ones tag along, they’ll have fun munching on items from the Kids’ Menu, like the Cheese Quesadilla, Chicken Tenders, or the ooey-gooey Grilled Cheese Sandwich.
For starters (pun intended), the starters at Squealing Pig are made fresh every day. The quintessential Fries are hand-cut daily, the Garden Salad sourced from the local market fresh, and the Soup of the Day made fresh depending on the season.
Our favorite appetizer is the fresh and silky Wellfleet Oysters (which you can get by the dozen) because we haven’t had fresher seafood anywhere else.
All sandwiches at Squealing Pig Provincetown come with hand-cut fries, but you can upgrade that to sweet potato fries, mashed potatoes, or the healthier side salad for a small fee.
Classics like the BLT and the Pulled Pork Sandwich are instant crowd favorites, but our personal favorite is the Turkey Reuben Toastie, made with roast turkey and a mix of Swiss, sauerkraut, and Russian dressing.
Squealing Pig has a wide selection of entrees ranging from beef to pork to seafood to satisfy various palates.
If you fancy heartwarming food, you can get their simple and tasty Buttermilk Fried Chicken; Fish Curry made with dayboat haddock and traditional Nepali curry; and the Squealing Pig Burger, made with Angus ground beef patties.
As mentioned earlier, Squealing Pig has some great draft and bottled beers that you have to try, and they’re quite rare, too.
Draft beers include the Pabst Blue Ribbon, one of the world’s best-selling draft beers, and the Stella Artois, made with Bohemian Saas hops.
Their bottled beers range from the classic Corona and Budweiser to the more elusive Framboise Lambic and Unibroue Maudite.
Is Squealing Pig Ptown still open?
Yes, Squealing Pig Ptown is still open and serving some of the best quality comfort food and seafood. If you’re anywhere near Provincetown, you should definitely come for a visit; they’re open from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm.
What’s new on Squealing Pig Ptown?
Squealing Pig Ptown’s menu has been revamped to include many more exciting dishes, like toastie sandwiches, seafood platters, and beef kebabs. They’ve also put up a brand new sign, but the new one still showcases the iconic squealing pig.
Squealing Pig – Provincetown is one of the best casual hang-out spots for Saturday nights. If you find yourself craving fresh seafood, beers, good company, and music, this is where everything’s at.
With Provincetown being so close to the harbor, you can only expect that they carry only fresh quality seafood on their menu. The staff is really friendly and prompt, and the Kitsune Restaurant staff dining experience is always pleasant.