Here are some pics of Jimmy's Hideaway, recommended by HungGarSig in another post, so others here will recognize it at 179 Commercial St. when going to P-Town.

The modest (and crooked) sign on Commercial Street, the only indication that the Hideaway is there --

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Co-owner Ray in the small alleyway approach off the street. The glimpse of elbow you see on the right is his gay partner Jimmy on his cell phone, who I wouldn't interrupt for this quick snapshot as we were strolling by, the day after we first ate there and met them.

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The entrance down the steps. It seats about 60, along with a bar. I would recommend reservations, which were needed even on a Thursday.

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The summer vacation home in New Hampshire where we stayed the weekend with gay friends from Florida. Our room was on the second floor, far right in the first photo --

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Our friends threw a cocktail reception for us at a local martini bar in New Hampshire. We already knew some of the guests (only a few pictured here, and most of them straight), and had the pleasure of meeting others --

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While touring around New Hampshire, we came across this outdoor wedding at the Cathedral of the Pines. It was built by the parents of a fallen WWII US Army pilot to honor his memory, and he's buried near the outdoor chapel shown here.

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