Do you have an early bird special?
Yes, we do. We offer the early bird special every day from 5 pm to 6 pm. (Not available on holidays)
Do you accept large parties?
We do accept large parties. We recommend calling in advance to see if we have room to fit your party. We only accept 12 people per party. If they want more, you need to call ahead and make a special request.
What kind of payment do you accept?
We accept Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. We do not accept American Express.
Do you have free parking?
Yes, we do. It's only free for customers who dine at Napi's Restaurant.
Napi's Gift Cards
Are available to buy online, by phone or can be purchased at Napi's.
From Humble Beginnings
Located on a winding street full of colorful sunflowers and roses, a block away from the hustle and bustle of the town is a unique restaurant called Napi’s. There you will dine surrounded by works of local artists,antique stained glass, hanging plants, and carousel horses.
that included; Mike Bagley, Bob Baker, and other talented townspeople. A new restaurant was created from many reclaimed and salvaged materials. Skills and imagination were active partners in the construction. Jackson Lambert showed us that the world is full of beautiful, but discarded building materials. From a lumber salvage yard in Quincy came quantities of yellow pine torn out of old factories in Boston. They were refinished and given a second life. Gradually the building took shape. As it did, the antiques were incorporated into the restaurant. You will see them around as you dine. Provincetown is the most famous art colony in the United States. Napi and Helen’s roots go back to the days of Eugene O’Neill. They have collected artwork from those glorious days as well as the present. It was felt, from the outset, that the restaurant should represent the town and the creative people who have lived here. Look around and enjoy the artwork displayed in the dining area. There is Conrad Malicoat’s unique brick mural, sculptures by Al Davis, cartoons from the pen of Howie Schneider, and many fine paintings by John Whorf, Sal Del Deo, George Yater, Frank Milby, and many more artists representing decades of the aesthetic tradition that have made Provincetown famous as a home for the arts. Napi’s is proud to play an active part in that tradition.
Over 40 years ago the site of Napi’s Restaurant was a string of auto garages which housed Helen and Napi’s antique business. Two years later the Van Derecks decided to enter the restaurant business, and construction began. Napi, a builder, and craftsman himself assembled a crew composed of friends