Category Archives: Martha’s Vineyard

Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Fair

Hungry Native Martha's Vineyard Agricultural Fair West Tisbury Horse Cart Show

The Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society Fair first started in 1859. It features numerous attractions, from horse and tractor pulls, to circus performers and carnival rides.  Farm animals are displayed and judged and there is a giant exhibit hall full of crafts, art and vegetables.  Bands play throughout the day and people test their luck at...

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Détente ~ Edgartown

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Nestled in the back of Nevin Square in downtown Edgartown, Détente isn’t a place that you are likely to stumble upon, but it is more than worth the effort of tracking it down.  The restaurant has both upstairs and downstairs dining rooms, an outside patio and an eight-seat soapstone bar.  The menu features an abundance...

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State Road Restaurant ~ West Tisbury

State Road Restaurant West Tisbury Martha's Vineyard Massachusetts charcuterie

Simply named for its address, State Road is one only of a handful of restaurants operating in the surprisingly undeveloped (for The Vineyard, at least) town of West Tisbury.  They are open for breakfast and lunch Wednesday through Sunday, and serve dinner seven nights a week.  Approaching the restaurant from the parking lot, the first...

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Picnicking on Martha’s Vineyard

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As summer turns the corner from July to August, it’s easy to find yourself yearning for a respite from the high temperatures, traffic and long lines of the hectic summer season. A picnic can be a great way to slow down, appreciate your surroundings and remember why so many people choose to visit, or make...

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Lobster Rolls at the Grace Church, Vineyard Haven

Lobster Rolls Grace Church Vineyard Haven Martha's Vineyard

Martha’s Vineyard has no shortage of places to buy lobster rolls, but none of them are quite like The Grace Church.  Starting in May and running through September, the church opens its doors between 4:30pm and 7:30pm every Friday, selling lobster rolls, hot dogs and slices of pie. The lobster rolls are the main attraction,...

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Biscuits, Oak Bluffs

Biscuits Southern Food Oak Bluffs Martha's Vineyard

Biscuits is a seasonal restaurant situated across from the Oak Bluffs harbor on Lake Avenue.  While open for lunch, their real specialty is southern diner style breakfast.  Seating in the small restaurant is limited, and they are often busy on the weekends, so get there early or expect to wait in line for breakfast.  The...

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Chicken Liver Paté ~ Savory or Sweet

Chicken Liver Paté Reliable Martket Martha's Vineyard

Here at Hungry Native, opinions on chicken liver paté vary.  KD really loves the stuff, while EA usually tries to avoid it.  After a few less than successful attempts at making paté at home, and some bad restaurant experiences, KD has discovered two different recipes that have worked out well, and left friends and family,...

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The Little House Café, Vineyard Haven

Located at 339 State Road, the newly opened Little House Café is a small eatery operating out of the building that formerly housed Tisbury Antiques.  They are open Monday through Sunday, serving breakfast and lunch. For such a “little house” it is a beautiful open space with about ten tables, hard wood floors and lots...

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The Newes Pub, Edgartown

The Newes from America Pub Edgartown Martha's Vineyard

We’re happy to see that The Newes from America has brought back it’s “Wee Bites” menu.  It’s always nice to be able to order 4 or 5 items without looking like total gluttons (which we are). The McDermont Slider is just what it sounds like, a mini McDonald’s cheeseburger clone.  Well, not exactly like McDonald’s,...

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