What to Expect

Provincetown requires all restaurant guests and employees to be fully vaccinated. Massachusetts currently defines “fully vaccinated” against COVID-19 as having received two doses of either the Moderna or Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines, or a single dose of the Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) vaccine. Vaccination must have been completed at least 14 days ago.

Proof of Vaccination

Strangers & Saints now requires proof of vaccination for all employees and guests*. Here is what you’ll need upon arrival.

  • Your vaccination card (or a photograph of your card). Your card must show you are fully vaccinated according to the above guidelines and that you have been fully vaccinated for at least 2 weeks.
  • A photo ID showing your name, matching the name on your vaccination card.

Alternatively, you may use one of the available applications to show proof of vaccination. The application must provide a QR code for validation. Unless your application also validates your ID, you will also need a photo ID when using your app. 

To speed your entry into Strangers & Saints, we highly recommend using the Health Pass app by CLEAR. It’s free, easy to setup, and serves as both your ID and proof of vaccination. You can download it using this link https://clear.app.link/healthpass.

*If you are unable to be vaccinated for health reasons, you must provide a certificate from a health care provider stating you are unable to be vaccinated as well as a certificate showing you tested negative for COVID-19. The test certificate must be dated within 48 hours of your visit.


Guests are required to wear a mask anytime they are not seated at their table. This means all guests must ware masks when arriving, departing or using the restrooms. Our staff ware masks at all times.