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The Island is in full swing with almost uncountable places to eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and everything in between.
From food trucks, to backdoor donuts, to a sit-down dinner at Sharky's, here are some of the places you can eat late night on Martha's Vineyard.
Brothers Patrick and Ted Courtney recently opened the doors to their first restaurant, The Port Hunter.
Aquinnah boasts Orange Peel Bakery, Dreamcatcher, Faith's Seafood Shack, The Aquinnah Shop, and The Outermost Inn.
The local food movement has a younger, sophisticated sister named "artisanal" and she is sweeping the Vineyard.
A peek at what Black Sheep/Trio in Edgartown has to offer, and the new Bite on the Go in Oak Bluffs.
La Cave du Grenier is (naturally) a French style bistro serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Farm Neck Cafe offers breakfast, brunch, lunch, themed-dinners in June, and dinner starting nightly in July.
You could go to Red Cat Kitchen at Ken 'n' Beck every night for dinner and try something new. That's how often Chef Ben deForest is changing his menu.
Think "chow down and bottoms up" when you consider refreshing or refueling along the bulkhead in Oak Bluffs.
Find peanut butter topped burgers at two Oak Bluffs restaurants: Pirate Jack's Burger Shack and Lookout Tavern
May is a good month for anyone who likes to eat out on Martha's Vineyard. Every week there is somewhere new to go, something new to eat.
After much anticipation and no shortage of rumors, Josh and Angela Aronie have finally reopened the Menemsha CafÃ©, now called the Saltwater Cafe.
Seth Gambino is thrilled with the response to his new burrito joint, La Choza, on Main Street in Vineyard Haven.
There's a new kid on the block in Vineyard Haven serving wild mushrooms in puff pastry with oyster sauce, asparagus soup with caviar wontons, and much more.
It happens every year, when winter morphs into spring, bringing with it familiar faces out of hibernation and the anticipated reopening of restaurants.
Islanders are invited to take a mini-vacation to the Winnetu Oceanside Resort this spring. Dine on any two entrees at Lure Grill and stay for free.
Spring always brings with it the excitement of re-openings but this season in particular carries a certain buzz with all the new places setting up shop.
I don't know why Easter and brunch go hand in hand. You hardly ever hear of anyone talking about Easter dinner and certainly not Easter breakfast.
Alex Nagi is the executive chef at the Martha's Vineyard Chowder Company in Oak Bluffs.