Fall On The Vineyard

The beaches of Martha’s Vineyard are easily one of the island’s top attractions and biggest draws for visitors and locals alike. Not only are the Vineyard beaches great in the Summer, but they’re equally magical in the off-season — and a lot less crowded too. Beaches are everywhere on Martha’s Vineyard, as they ring the entire perimeter […]

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Can you believe it? The Martha’s Vineyard Food & Wine Festival is celebrating its tenth year! And you better believe it’s going to be even more amazing than ever, with more events, guest chefs, and more. If I were footloose and fancy free or on a girl’s weekend, this would be my dream itinerary. However, in […]

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Sometimes a small getaway makes a big difference, even if you’re just one or two towns away. The Winnetu Oceanside Resort is offering an easy way to make a Martha’s Vineyard “staycation” possible. How does the Winnetu make it easy? Well, as an Island resident, you can spend the night for free. What’s the catch? […]

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The pie’s the limit on the Island for holiday treats. This year, there seems to be an amazing collection of local businesses offering their pies for your enjoyment over the holidays. Like the change in wine from white to red, the Fall brings a change from my love of cupcakes to pie. It’s sweet but […]

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One of our favorite Fall rituals on Martha’s Vineyard made its debut today. This year’s theme for the annual Scarecrow Festival, organized by the Martha’s Vineyard Charter School, is literary characters. And scarecrow characters of all kinds began popping up all across the Island. We’re excited to welcome Robin Hood to nobly greet clients and passersby outside […]

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I love that Fall brings new opportunities for food and drinks. The days of cool salads and icy drinks are waning. I welcome the thought of comfort food and warm, drinks that you hold with two hands, to savor the heat. These are just a couple of reasons why I think that Behind the Bookstore’s […]

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The ebb and flow of Island life includes the closing of a number of restaurants. This always saddens me, since there is nothing I like more during the winter months then going out to dinner. However, there is still time to grab a meal at a number of your favorite spots. Here’s our Fall Guide for […]

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The Red Cat Kitchen Hits The Ritz. That’s a hashtag you’ll see on Instagram and Facebook. What does this mean for all of us you might wonder? Well, it means that we can all access the amazing food by chef Ben DeForest. By accessible, I mean meals that are $12 and under, and a daily […]

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As the nights get longer and more places close their doors for the season, it’s nice to know that things are still happening on the Island. It’s also nice to know that you can even spend an evening getting creative too. In 2014, Jasmine Thompson of Jazen’s Art Studio, started Create & Cocktails. Create & […]

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From 11:00 a.m. t0 3:00 p.m., Monday thru Friday, the Black Sheep is serving up fresh, creative, delicious lunches. During the Fall and Winter months, Black Sheep is transformed into a great little luncheonette in Edgartown. Here, you’ll find scrumptious specials and great sammies (sandwiches). Mondays feature Mexican-inspired food. Wednesdays are Asian-themed, and the other three […]

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