Residents of Provincetown can get a glimpse of the city’s sights as Season 10 of “American Horror Story” rolls out on FX and Hulu – and some got a taste of the show as well this week.
A decorated truck designed as an “American Horror Story” Night Bites Bakery pop-up bakery has been parked on a Commercial Street lot since Wednesday night, offering themed cookies and other baked goods to fans 18 and over who reserve a moment to stop. . The bakery leaves town after tonight.
The attraction came to Cape Town because many scenes and sets for the show’s “Double Feature” season – which focused on a screenwriter (Finn Wittrock) and his family in a time of terror – were filmed in March around Provincetown. .
The bakery is intended as an “exclusive sensory experience designed to feed (the fans) dark and twisted late-night cravings,” according to a pop-up bakery ad. More than 200 guests were expected there each evening.
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Food product design is based on current and past “AHS” characters and scenes. For those who cannot attend, cookies can be ordered for home delivery until October 20. Information: ahsnightbites.com.