Dining & Food

It’s been almost two weeks since the Lampost in Oak Bluffs opened its doors on April first as usual. However, there is nothing usual about this 2014 season. The Lampost has undergone some serious changes, and people are pretty excited about it. You may remember, we took a mid-renovation On Point Blog peek about a month [...]


April showers may bring May flowers, but more importantly it’s the month Martha’s Vineyard really shakes off the quiet of the winter. So many places open their doors for the beginning of the 2014 season. Here’s a list to help you plan your weekly excursions. Edgartown The Atlantic Fish & Chop House is already open, though [...]


I know I keep saying this but Martha’s Vineyard is bursting at the seams with amazing, talented people. Marnely Rodriguez-Murray has definitely made the list. I have been following her food blog, Cooking with Books, for quite some time now. One of her latest recipes, Blackberry Balsamic Grilled Cheese Sandwich was the last straw. I had to meet [...]


One of my favorite places to spend a summer — and even spring — afternoon is at the Coop de Ville overlooking the Oak Bluffs Harbor. With a great beer selection, a fun staff, a low-key atmosphere, and the sun on your face, it’s a little slice of heaven. I could not have been more [...]


Living on the Vineyard, it’s no surprise to discover that the woman next to me, who is juggling two children as well, is also the author of an amazing food blog that’s got thousands of followers. Sarah Moriarty Waldman, author of Two Blue Lemons, moved to the Vineyard with her son and husband two years ago. [...]


I’m sorry but here’s another blog about changes in Oak Bluffs. So the word on the street is that there are a lot of things happening, and while I walking though town with my son, I realized that I wanted to start talking about what’s going on now. We’re saying good-bye to some places and [...]


After a year of waiting, it’s finally open, well almost open — Copper Wok, Pan Asian & Sushi House, and it does not disappoint. Copper Wok is visual treat for Islanders. Soon as you walk through the door, the warm wood and colors envelop you like your favorite blanket. It is a beautiful space, and my [...]


This might sound crazy, but I think the best town to grab a bite to eat and make the most of your money this time of year is Edgartown. There’s something fun and frugal happening almost everyday of the week. This is our third Frugal Foodie Guide, and we’re hitting the town, to see what the restaurants in [...]


Last week I decided to stop by Mocha Motts in Oak Bluffs for a little refueling, and couldn’t believe what I saw happening right next store at the Lampost. There was a huge portion of it missing. Excited and curious, I asked one of the owners, Janet Dyer Cummings if she’d share what was up. [...]


Spring fever has kicked in. It’s school vacation week and it seems as though more than half the Island is someplace warm. However if you staying put, let’s talk about some dining deals because you know you want to be out of the house as much as possible. This is our second Frugal Foodie Guide, [...]

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