This is a real find, a harbor shack converted into an intimate little restaurant. Candles twinkle and historic photos of old Provincetown line the walls. Servers are a bit more professional than usual on the Cape, the better to explain the menu items and make educated recommendations. That’s how I ended up eating the divine native littleneck clams in white wine sauce. Menu items are recognizable as traditional old-fashioned Italian cuisine—scampi and chicken parmigiana, for instance—but made with very high-quality ingredients that make them seem new. Gluten-free pasta is available on request.