|More than two dozen Provincetown restaurants will offer some of their favorite soups|
at Tin Pan Alley on Souper Saturday, benefitting the Soup Kitchen In Provincetown.
|The Canteen makes a great clam chowder.|
Will this be their Souper Saturday offering?
Throughout the event there will be a number of choices available at any given moment, and each time a kettle is sold out, another great pot of soup from a different restaurant will be brought out of the kitchen. Chowders, bisques and potages of all sorts will change throughout the day. It's bound to be tough to decide between all the mouthwatering choices, so you might want to try more than one.
|Will Mistralina bring a minestrone?|
All the money that's raised will go into the coffers of the Soup Kitchen, found at the Methodist Church, at 10 Shank Painter Road. SKIP serves hot, nutritious meals every weekday, from November through April, and provides a welcoming spot for those who are in search of community.
|The Mews' chicken with Thai and Mexican|
chilis is a soup I hope to have again one day.
I can't predict exactly what soup each restaurant will bring, but I can predict I'll walk out happy after this event, with a warm feeling inside. So to help keep our Soup Kitchen running, come and join us for a great lunch you can feel good about, at Tin Pan Alley, at 269 Commercial Street, on this Souper Saturday, December 5th.