Food at The Tucker Inn
At the Tucker Inn we believe that food is an essential component of hospitality. Eating together is a perfect way to make new friends or strengthen old ties. From our delectable breakfasts through our afternoon treats and Saturday cocktail parties, we demonstrate the role of good food in any good vacation.
There is nothing more important at the start of my day than coffee. The Tucker Inn blend, created and small batch roasted for us by the wonderful folks at Indigo Coffee, combines Ethiopian with Guatemalan beans and a touch of Viennese Roast. I believe that it’s a good idea to start the day absolutely free of sin. So, our beans are USDA certified organic, shade grown by farmer cooperatives, and fair trade certified. They’re also certified kosher. I’ve heard that the workers, while harvesting our beans, chant for nuclear disarmament, an end to genocide, and equal rights for same sex couples. We serve the Tucker Inn blend in regular and Swiss water process decaf. Drink lots free of all guilt.
Breakfast has become an underappreciated meal, lost in the chaos of the mainstream morning. The Tucker Inn allows you to rediscover the joy of breakfast: fine cuisine, lovely beverages and scintillating company. We encourage you to enjoy a long leisurely breakfast, getting to know your fellow guests in our garden dining pavilion or on your own in one of our many garden seating areas.
We start with oven-assisted aroma therapy. Every morning you’ll awaken to the intoxicating smell of something extraordinary emerging from the oven. For our principal breakfast offering you’ll find omelets, quesadillas, French toast, all manner of baked egg creations, both vegetarian and not, and lots of fresh fruit. We take pride in serving altogether as fine a breakfast as presented in any guesthouse or restaurant in Provincetown.
But, if nothing that we’ve prepared intrigues you, tell us how you want your eggs and you’ll have them in a jiffy. In addition to the warm entrée, we also provide fresh fruit salad, a selection of yoghurts, granola, whole grain cereal flakes, breakfast breads, and our daily baked gourmet treat – actually just the first of two since every afternoon we put out freshly baked cookies, brownies, hermits … all manner of delights.
We think that good food is integral to well-being and harmony.
The Cocktail Party
If you’re staying with us on a Saturday, you won’t want to miss Tom’s Cocktail Party. Thomas whips up batches of his signature Cosmos or you can create your own pleasure at our open bar. The kitchen of the Tucker Inn turns out amazing savory and sweet delicacies and our guests get to chill and connect in our serene garden.