|Mojo's new Chipotle Burger comes with cheddar cheese, bacon and their own|
creamy, spicy chipotle sauce, all on a 6 ounce burger. I added their unique fries.
|Mojo's sits in the center of Provincetown, right between the Pilgrim Monument and|
MacMillan Pier. Photo from the Menuism website. Visit to see Mojo's huge menu.
It’s clear that I’ll have to make several visits to Mojo’s, since they offer 15 burgers in different sizes, shapes and motifs. I won’t have time to try each one, since there are 78 other eateries in PTown for me to get to, but I’ll eat a few of them, in a range starting at $3.95 for a plain quarter-pound hamburger, so you can add your own mustard, ketchup, onions or hot sauce and have it just the way you like it. Ask for mayo if you want it. Lettuce and tomato will set you back an extra 60 cents, cheese (four choices) will add 75 cents, and bacon is $1.25.
|The counter staff at Mojo's has infinite patience as folks decide on orders|
from a menu of over 170 burgers, wraps, salads, tacos, seafood, sides and more.
The Angus Burger is 8 ounces, also served with mayo, lettuce, tomato and pickle, for $8.95, or served as a full meal, with fries, salad and veggies, for $13.95. Now there’s a deal! Try beating that price anywhere else.
11 other full dinners, like grilled tuna or salmon, chicken Parmesan, or steak tips range from $10.25 to $15.50, with scallops, broiled or fried, priced daily depending on the market price.
|Artist Bill Evaul plans to restore his outdoor mural on Mojo's patio, showing|
the 1819 sighting of a sea serpent off Provincetown shores, reported by hundreds
of whalers,, fishermen and others (even newspapers!) over a period of many years.