Reserve a waterside table at Sal’s on the deck covered in grapevines, and enjoy southern Italian dishes while listening to waves lap at the deck pilings. It’s the epitome of summertime at the tip of Provincetown. Sal’s Place transports you to an earlier time and place and a space somewhere between Italy and Cape Cod. There’s no better way to spend a summer evening. Really. One of the two indoor dining rooms is classic trattoria: Chianti bottles hang from the ceilings, and red-and-white-checked cloths cover the tables. Or pull up a stool at the wine bar and nosh.
Two or three nightly specials like salmone alla griglia or calamari stufati supplement classics like melanzane alla parmigiana.
Service is friendly and leisurely, dishes entirely homemade, portions are large, and the tiramisu heavenly.