Category Archives: Oak Bluffs

Red Cat Kitchen at Ken ‘n’ Beck ~ Oak Bluffs

Hungry Native Martha's Vineyard Food Blog Ken n' Beck Red Cat Kitchen Oak Bluffs © Rez Williams Painting

This season, Oak Bluffs restaurant Ken n’ Beck has brought in well-known Island chef, Ben Deforest.  Ben has revived the popular “Red Cat” name, retitling the restaurant “The Red Cat Kitchen at Ken n’ Beck.”  Located at the bottom of Kennebec Ave in Oak Bluffs, the small building has a cozy, quirky feel, featuring paintings...

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Martha’s Vineyard Portuguese Feast

Hungry Native Martha's Vineyard Food Blog Portuguese American Club Feast PA P.A.

Every third weekend of July, the Vineyard’s Portuguese-American Club holds it’s annual Feast of the Holy Ghost on Vineyard Avenue in Oak Bluffs.  Officially named The Holy Ghost Association, but more commonly called the P.A., the association was formed in 1930, and every year since 1942, they have held a feast to honor Catholic saint...

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Back Door Donuts ~ Oak Bluffs

Hungry Native Martha's Vineyard Food Blog Back Door Donuts

The Martha’s Vineyard Gourmet Cafe & Bakery, located next to the Oak Bluffs post office, is a great place to grab your morning coffee, a few baked goods, or even a custom wedding cake.  That said, it’s what goes on after closing that this bakery is best known for. Like most bakeries, MV Gourmet’s bakers...

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Giordano’s Take-Out

Giordano's Take-Out Pizza Oak Bluffs Martha's Vineyard Hungry Native

One our favorite signs of spring is when Giordano’s Take Out opens for the season.  Started in 1930, the original location was in the Pawnee House, where Park Corner Bistro is now located, across from the Oak Bluffs Post Office.  The restaurant moved to its current location at 18 Lake Avenue, across from the iconic...

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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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