The Canteen: Grab a lobster roll or the signature fried Brussels sprouts and hit the backyard on the beach (thecanteenp­town.com).

Crown & Anchor: Sing along with whatever tune is echoing into the street at this lively piano bar (onlyatthecrown.com).

Happy Camper: With creative ice cream flavors, doughnuts and free Pac-Man, “happy” is exactly the right word (no website).

KoHi Coffee Co.: Enjoy pourovers and other third-wave coffee specialties (kohicoffee.com).

Loveland: Combining the world of local artists with worldly style, this home goods store inspires (lovelandbohemian­marine.com).

Mac’s Seafood: Patrons can order specialties from the restaurant or grab fish from the market to go (macsseafood.com).

Nor’East Beer Garden: Find an interesting brew selection and the freshest fish and chips in this outdoor paradise (thenoreastbeergarden.com).

Pop + Dutch: This charming general store is your one-stop shop for excellent sandwiches and other picnic necessities (popanddutch.com).

Provincetown Aquasports: Rent kayaks and paddleboards or take classes with an experienced staff (ptownaquasports.com).

Race Point Beach: With its northern location allowing for direct daylong sunshine, this wide beach is perfect for sunbathing.

The Red Inn: Linger (with the lump crab?) on the wraparound back porch at this early 1900s masterpiece-turned restaurant (theredinn.com).

Sal’s Place: There’s no sign, and likely to be a long wait, but this off-strip Italian eatery is worth the inconvenience (facebook.com/salsprovincetown).

Schooner Hindu: Private charters, as well as “sunset” and “Bloody Mary” sails are offered (sailschoonerhindu.com).

Strangers & Saints: A Victorian home has been converted into a sophisticated eatery, boasting top-notch cocktails (strangersandsaints.com).

Amelia Rayno