where to eat breakfast on Martha’s Vineyard

JB and his team are always cooking up something new to keep our interest piqued. After Columbus Day, you’ll be able to get breakfast at Sharky’s in Edgartown. Yes, Sharky’s. It’s going to start out small and only on Saturdays initially but as popularity grows, I bet the availability will too. Why breakfast at Sharky’s? […]

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Spring on the Island is more than a change of seasons. There are also a lot of changes seen in the Martha’s Vineyard restaurant world. Our first big one in Edgartown is that the Main Street Diner has new owners.  It’s now the Edgartown Diner. A new, eye catching sign hangs proudly on Main Street. Upon entering, […]

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The rumors are true. Offshore Ale in Oak Bluffs is offering breakfast. Not just any breakfast, the  Brewhouse Breakfast, which pays a homage to some of their craft beers and love of Irish breakfast. Now on Saturdays, from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., you can enjoy the most important meal of the day at one of […]

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Continuing with my Winter quest of visiting places on Martha’s Vineyard that are not part of my usual repertoire, I put on my Frugal Foodie hat and decided to stop by Dock Street Coffee Shop in Edgartown for breakfast. Dock Street has been serving up breakfast and lunch for 40 years. For years, it was the […]

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Last month I was lucky enough to meet Natalie Grewal, a young, enthusiastic coffee drinker who was working on opening her dream on Martha’s Vineyard, Nat’s Nook, a coffee house and creperie in Vineyard Haven. Well, the doors finally opened this past Monday, June 9th. It’s everything she could have hoped for it to be and more. […]

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Last October, I wrote about Lucky Hank’s when the Edgartown restaurant opened.  One of the things owner Doug Smith was particularly excited about was the pancakes on the breakfast menu.  I had vowed to try them. Now almost a year later (where has the time gone), I finally did it.  I have been to Lucky […]

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