Red Cat Kitchen

A restaurant doesn’t have to be big or fancy to be amazing. Sometimes, it just needs the right attitude and food to make it out of this world. Lucky for us, we have that at Red Cat Kitchen restaurant in Oak Bluffs. Since 2012, Red Cat has been delighting our palates and igniting our souls […]

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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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It seems as though the President and First Lady were hitting the town(s) quite a bit for their Vineyard vacation this year. I have to say that I was quite happy with their selections. They happened to visit a couple of my favorite spots. Here’s their list – perhaps there’s one or two that you […]

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For the last 8 years, Erica McCarron, aka Tiny Baker, has been creating amazing desserts on the Island. Any time I walked into Mocha Motts, I would be tempted by her daily dessert creation. Erica may be petite in statue but she is big into creativity. She truly is an artist with her desserts. Where many sweet […]

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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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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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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 […]

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Ah for any of you who lived in big cities before the Vineyard, don’t you remember the thrill of  restauant week? When I lived in Philadelphia, each Spring and Fall, I’d jump at the chance to dine at some of the most amazing restaurants for not an amazing amount of cash. Now, I look forward […]

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We’ve all gotten that call or email from friends or family, “Hey we’re coming to the Vineyard for the day this week.”  I don’t know about you, but my mind immediately starts racing and trying to figure out what I’m going to do to show them how amazing this place is. Lucky for me, there’s […]

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