Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Breakfast at Pop + Dutch

I had my Pop + Dutch breakfast sandwich with their tasty, thick cut bacon.
I'm making the rounds, tasting breakfast in all of Provincetown's neighborhoods, and stopped in at Pop + Dutch the other day, in the West End. They took over the spot of the former Provincetown General Store last Summer, and are carrying on some of the traditions, like the excellent quality of their food, and the unusual variety of merchandise found there. They also greet customers with the same genuine smile and friendliness.
They offer a breakfast sandwich of soft scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese and arugula on a beautiful brioche roll from the famous Iggy's Bread company in Cambridge. The basic sandwich is $5.50, and for $1.50 more you can have it served gluten-free, or you can add smashed avocado. $2 will get you bacon or ham added on, or their spicy pimento cheese.
As much as possible, foods and treats in this little store are made in-house.
There are also pastries, and their southern style buttermilk biscuit is right out of the oven, to which you can add their house made jams, like honeyed peach, or that spicy pimento cheese. Add their excellent cup of coffee and you're in business.
You can get smashed avocado, lemon, chili flakes and Maldon salt on Iggy's 7 grain toast, served for breakfast or lunch. We'll take up the topic of their unique lunchtime sandwiches another day.
They have a small selection of fresh produce, locally grown whenever possible, along with basic groceries and sundries, like an old fashioned general store would carry.
Find this little spot at 147 Commercial Street, at the foot of Conant Street. Call ahead at 774 538-6472 to have your order ready to pick up on the way to the beach.

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