Canteen Private Tour and Meeting with Owners, Plus Meal for 2

Item Number: 226

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Value: $350

Online Close: Feb 7, 2021 11:59 PM EST

Bid History: 7 bids - Item Sold!


Canteen Private Tour & Meeting with Owners Plus Meal for 2

Go behind the scenes at Canteen with owners Rob Anderson & Loic Rossignon for a unique look at how they run their business. Gain valuable business insights. Tour Canteen and their Commissary kitchen. Ask questions about the business over a drink. Later, have a delicious lunch or dinner at Canteen.

This is a valuable experience for anyone wanting to open a business or just interested in how a successful business like Canteen operates. This special package is available for up to 2 people.


About Canteen:

The Canteen is a casual New England eatery that uses high-quality ingredients to create Cape Cod favorites from scratch. Our menu and style of service is rooted in the tradition of classic seafood shacks, but influenced by modern American cuisine. 

Our hot and cold lobster rolls start with whole, local lobsters shucked by hand every day. We make our french fries from scratch using potatoes from Maine. And our raw bar features local shellfish, often including oysters from Provincetown. Cape Cod beer flows alongside other New England brews, and our wine list features vintages grown here in the United States and 3,000 miles away in France. 

Housed in a 200 year-old building, our communal dining room opens onto the bustle of downtown Provincetown while our backyard seating area opens out onto Cape Cod Bay. 


About Rob & Loic

The Canteen was started by Rob Anderson and Loic Rossignon, who met in Provincetown in 2010 and moved into the apartment above what would eventually be the Canteen a year later. The rest is history.

While working as a journalist for outlets like The New Republic and the Boston Globe’s editorial page, Rob was repeatedly urged by his closest friends to give up journalism for cooking. (Because they appreciated his food, not because they hated his writing -- or so they said.) A graduate of Georgetown University, Columbia University, and the International Culinary Center in New York, Rob credits his upbringing in the Midwest with instilling in him the belief that food and community are inextricably linked.  (You can find out more about Rob here.)

Dubbed the “Swiss Army knife” while attending banking school in France, Loic is known for saying “Yes” first and “Let’s figure out how to make it happen” second. Hailing from a town of less than 100 people in the northeastern part of France, Loic has been a Provincetown resident for over 15 years. And like many Provincetown residents, Loic has done it all, working in real estate, guest houses, and restaurants, building Carnival parade floats, owning a catering company, and volunteering on different community boards. He is a graduate of the International Culinary Center's Restaurant Management program.