Category Archives: Edgartown

Lucky Hank’s Restaurant & Cafe

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Having just opened their doors late this October, Lucky Hank’s is the most recent addition to Edgartown’s restaurant scene.  Located in a freshly renovated former home at 218 Upper Main Street, they are now serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Tuesday through Sunday.  The dining space is bright and inviting, featuring light colored wood and a...

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Alchemy ~ Edgartown

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Located at 71 Main Street, in the center of downtown Edgartown, Alchemy features two separate dining rooms (upstairs and downstairs), outdoor seating, and the more casual “back bar” located upstairs.  Popular with famous visitors and locals alike, Alchemy is open for dinner, serving French influenced New American cuisine. The Pan Roasted Veal Sweetbreads are served...

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Black Sheep ~ Edgartown

Hungry Native Martha's Vineyard Food Blog Trio Black Sheep Edgartown

Black Sheep is a market specializing in high end cheeses and charcuterie.  Located at 18 North Summer Street, it is just a few steps away from Edgartown’s Main Street. Along with all the gourmet fromage and sausages, they also carries a wide range of specialty products, including house-made spreads, various types of breads and crackers...

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Atria ~ Edgartown

Hungry Native Martha's Vineyard Food Blog Atria Island Dining Brick Cellar Burger Brews Bar

Located at 137 Main Street, Atria is housed in a large classic New England building thats sits just outside of downtown Edgartown “proper.”  Atria features both a fine dining restaurant, as well as a more casual Brick Cellar bar located downstairs. Besides the large central dining room, the restaurant boasts several rooms available for private...

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Henry’s ~ Edgartown

Henry's Harborview Hotel Edgartown Martha's Vineyard

Henry’s is a small bar located in the Harbor View Hotel, behind their Water Street Restaurant.  The menu at Henry’s is mostly appetizers and small-plates along with a few sandwiches. Like many bars these days, Henry’s makes a version of Belgian Fries.  They are available flavored with either truffle and Parmesan or sea salt and...

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The Wharf Pub ~ Edgartown

The Wharf Restaurant Pub Edgartown Martha's Vineyard Massachusetts

Owned and operated by the Coogan family since 2004, the Wharf restaurant and Pub is located at the bottom of Main Street in downtown Edgartown.  Behind separate entrances, you’ll find two distinct sides to this establishment.  Behind the door marked “the Pub”, you’ll find a long, narrow, wood-paneled bar, frequented by locals and seasonal visitors...

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Dock Street Coffee Shop ~ Edgartown

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Sandwiched between a bike rental shop and the Black Dog Home Goods store in downtown Edgartown, the Dock Street Coffee Shop has long been an Island institution.  This tiny diner only seats eighteen people at the counter, so there can be a line.  That said, things move pretty fast at Dock Street and once one...

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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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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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