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In 1947, before Victor's was established, 175 Bradford Extension was home to the Wagon Wheels Diner. The wagon was horse-drawn to the location through the then rough roads of Provincetown. Wagon Wheels Diner's slogan, Two Places to Eat Here & Home, was adopted and still rings true today... lending a congregational spot for friends near and far. 

Later the location would become home to part of the well-known Dairy Queen franchise, built by Joseph T. “Joe the Barber” Ferreira (1904-1997). The Dairy Queen location was established in July 1957 and was known for being one of Dairy Queen's only locations selling a Portuguese staple, kale soup.  

At the end of the summer, the Dairy Queen was sold to the Silva family who continued to run it for 44 years. One of the family members was Elmer I. Silva who was also the principal of the Provincetown High School. The high school was later given the name, Elmer I. Silva Learning Institute, located on 12 Winslow Street. 


In 2007, Victor's formally established and quickly became one of Provincetown's staple dining experiences. Off the beaten path, Victor's has become known for it's intimate and warm dining experience while offering a wide selection of small tapa-styled plates and a vibrant happy hour and raw bar. 

Victor's is proud to introduce new Executive Chef Nigel Boulin! Nigel takes pride in using as many local and organic ingredients as possible to create dishes like the Deconstructed Ahi Tuna Napoleon, lightly seared tuna on a crispy wonton with avocado sunamono, micro greens, wasabi mayonnaise, and tamari vinaigrette. 

Our specialty cocktail list is a must try, as well, and includes a White Cosmo with fresh cranberries, a Limey Mojito, and the Famous Victor's Margarita with Silver Patrón. The restaurant also offers an extensive, award-winning wine selection. Don’t miss Raw Bar Happy Hour with lovely fresh Wellfleet oysters, local clams, and shrimp for $1.25 all super fresh.

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