Dining & Food

With the colder days, fewer and fewer people seem to be on Island. However, early on a Friday night in Edgartown, you’ll find Main Street packed with cars. People are enjoying a reason to get out of the house, and dinner is definitely a good excuse. Who doesn’t like to go out for dinner, especially […]

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In its fifth year, Island Grown Gleaning, part of Island Grown Initiative, is an important part of local farming on Martha’s Vineyard. Throughout the growing seasons, especially this time of year, our farms have a surplus of fruits and vegetables. Instead of letting them simply rot or go into compost, Island Grown Gleaning comes to the […]

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With the season winding down, more and more of our favorite restaurants are settling into hibernation. However, this year we are lucky because there are a couple more options to tempt us on these long, cold days. Oak Bluffs Oops – sudden change in plans, Beetlebung closed on November 9th sadly. Beetlebung on Circuit Avenue […]

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I love that there are still so many things to discover on Martha’s Vineyard. How is that I had no idea that for the last 10 years we’ve had an active cranberry bog, Cranberry Acres? With the Island Grown School’s Harvest of the Month being cranberries, it was indeed time to check out our cranberries. […]

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Martha’s Vineyard is full of wonderful events during the Fall, and each one has something different to offer its guests. Farm. Field. Sea. An Island Culinary Adventure, was founded by Nevette Previd, who collaborates with chef Chris Fischer and others to provide you the chance to experience the Island in a way that no other event […]

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Just think a year ago we were talking about Eleven North, the restaurant that had replaced David Ryan’s in Edgartown. That didn’t last long. The doors closed and the windows were covered with paper. It was sad to see that corner dark again. Then suddenly, there was construction happening in the space again. I was so […]

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Now in it’s seventh year, the Martha’s Vineyard Food & Wine Festival has established itself as a celebration of wine and food not to be missed. Four days sprinkled with fun filled events geared to the love of these things which go so well together. I found it hard to choose what to do this year, […]

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There are so many reasons to love the  Local Wild Food Challenge. It’s a great way to really celebrate the local foods of Martha’s Vineyard in the Fall, and as always, this year’s event was full of interesting foods. Though the location was the same, the Rod and Gun Club, the event looked a lot […]

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All Summer I have been trying to get to Sweet Life Cafe for what could very well be one of the best kept secrets on Martha’s Vineyard. Well, it’s not really a secret but it’s awesome just the same. Get this, if you go to Sweet Life Cafe in Oak Bluffs, and sit at the […]

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Now that September is here and the nights are cooler, I can start thinking about comfort food and eating inside. Isola restaurant in Edgartown is a perfect choice. Don’t get me wrong, I love Italian food all year long, but braised beef raviolis and red wine sound so muchbetter now. Isola is a welcoming space, […]

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