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The diner has been around for as long as anyone can remember, but this is the 11th season for the Wards.
Martha's Vineyard bars stay current by changing drink menus and creating quality craft cocktails with small batch liquor.
Cheese is a food with a variety of personalities. Each cheese tells a story, depending on where and how it is produced.
I've always said if you are going to eat hot dogs or chicken nuggets, then you may as well try pigs ears and chicken feet.
The Square Rigger's take-out window is currently open Thursdays through Mondays. It will be open seven days starting June 9.
Many Martha's Vineyard restaurants serve up tasty fish tacos.
Kevin and Suzanna Crowell, the owners of Detente in Edgartown, bought The Sweet Life Cafe.
The dining scene on Martha's Vineyard changes every day in the spring.
If brunch is your thing, you are in luck this Sunday as many restaurants are open for Mother's Day.
Eggs are one of the most difficult foods to perfect in all their incarnations and are also one of the most versatile.
A primer on local greens such as watercress, stinging nettles, and dandelion greens.
Taste wines from all over the world, paired with local food, at the Martha's Vineyard Wine Festival May 9-12.
Martha's Vineyard is a great place to try new seafood, or harken back to your roots and enjoy your favorites.
The Port Hunter and Beach Plum Inn get new chefs for a new season.
The Martha's Vineyard restaurant scene is livening up with many seasonal restaurants beginning to open this week.
This week Kaylea asked local drink servers what they like to drink, and what is most popular at their establishments.
A look at some vegan and gluten-free menu options, as well as a how-to on making brownies and mousse.
Do you remember Lou's Worry, The Kafe, or The Kapigan Diner?
Soup is a good solution to a bone chilling day, a food that nourishes and warms the body from the inside out.
What is an Edgartown turkey, and why would you eat it? (Hint: it doesn't gobble.)