Victor’s | West Vine Condominiums, Building 400 (Unit C-1)
Victor’s, 175 Bradford Street Extension. [2008, Dunlap]
An advertisement in Provincetown Magazine on 15 September 2011 gave a glimpse of the restaurant’s interior.
“Victor’s,” the sign says, referring to the restaurant here. But the name could almost be applied to the entire neighborhood, since few owners and developers have had as great an impact on this part of town as Victor DePoalo. He created the West Vine Condominiums in 2007 on the old Dairy Queen site. There are seven residential units in three L-shaped buildings, arranged in a kind of pinwheel. In the fourth building of the complex is the restaurant named for DePoalo.
On its website,1 Victor’s says it is “especially geared toward people who like to enjoy upscale, casual dining with friends. Victor’s offers a delicious ‘small plates’ dinner menu of New American cuisine, sized for tasting and sharing with friends and family. … Our cottage-style restaurant, with its cathedral ceiling, central stone fireplace, and hand-crafted tables gives diners a comfortable, yet elegant place to enjoy these delicacies.” Among the specialties of its executive chef, Michael Dean, is Deconstructed Ahi Tuna Napoleon — “lightly seared tuna on a crispy wonton with avocado sunamono, micro greens, wasabi mayonnaise, and tamari vinaigrette.” At this writing, in 2022, Victor’s holds a 4.5 rating on TripAdvisor, with 83 percent of 573 reviewers saying it was “excellent” or “very good.”
¶ Last updated on 10 November 2022.
1 http://www.victorsptown.com/about-us, retrieved on 10 November 2022.
175 Bradford Street Extension on the Town Map, showing property lines.
Also at this address
• Dairy Queen, later Silva’s Seafood Connection, LiCata’s, and Beach Grill
• West Vine Condominiums, Buildings 100, 200, and 300