PROVINCETOWN, MASS. (WHDH) - Provincetown’s iconic Lobster Pot restaurant is going up for sale after nearly half-a-century of serving up lobster, steak and more for nearly 50 years.
Known for its glowing neon signs, waterfront view and seafood offerings, the eatery has been a local landmark and a dining staple for generations of customers.
Now, the family behind it is looking to retire.
“You know, this building and business has kept our family very close for our whole lives and you start thinking about the last 45 years or longer – it’s a lot of emotion,” said owner Tim McNulty.
McNulty said they are asking for $14 million and are looking for the right buyer who will keep the restaurant’s tradition alive.
In the meantime, the Lobster Pot will be open in P Town this coming spring, with the family planning to stick around for the time being.
The restaurant boasts more than 8,000 square feet and includes a waterfront view.
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