This Fourth of July, fire up the grill or take out some smokin’ southern style BBQ.
Summer’s finally here, and after a very long winter (and spring.) spent warming ourselves and our food over hot stoves, it’s pretty nice to look forward to cool dishes we don’t have to cook. These are all great salads to make for company on the Vineyard. They can accompany anything — barbeque, luncheons, dinner for […]
This Sunday, June 29, Tisbury Waterways Inc. sponsors an evening of seafood and cocktails at Denys and Marilyn Wortman’s home at 231 Hines Point, Vineyard Haven, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Special guest speakers include Martha’s Vineyard Shellfish Group director Rick Karney, Tisbury Shellfish Constable Danielle Ewart, and M.V. Shellfish Group’s Emma Green-Beach on how […]
According to the legend of Bad Martha Beer, when Bartholomew Gosnold first arrived on the Vineyard in 1602, he had a very thirsty crew. Gosnold set out looking for ingredients to brew his mates some beer. Finding none, he drifted to sleep on the beach. He awoke in the night to a rather sexy mermaid, […]
The barbecue season is upon us once again, and Islanders need look no further than local farms and fish markets, and even our own backyards, for ingredients to throw on the grill. We asked local chefs for their tips and takes on what food to grill, where to find it, and preparation how-to’s in order […]
A berry-themed banner and brightly colored balloons waving outside the First Congregational Church of West Tisbury can only mean one thing: the annual Strawberry Festival is back in town. The festival, now in its 26th year, will bring Islanders of all ages to the church’s lawn this Saturday, June 21, from 12 noon to 4 […]
Bad Martha might be a beer brand name you’ve heard tossed around since its arrival at various Island bars and restaurants last year. As of this weekend the brand will have a home in Edgartown at the Bad Martha Farmer’s Brewery, just in time for the summer rush. Saturday, June 21, marks the brewery’s official […]
Paul Caval lives and works in Edgartown where he and his wife, Elizabeth Eisenhauer, have run the Eisenhauer Gallery for the past 15 years. But for one day this past weekend, Paul headed to Chilmark and Menemsha to learn about the Vineyard farming and fishing industries. “This is my first time doing something like this,” […]
The new coffee shop and creperie in Vineyard Haven will make you want to stick around a while.
Martha’s Vineyard Restaurant Week, similar to those in major cities such as Boston and New York, is five days and nights of deals at local restaurants. Enjoy lunch and dinner specials, and three- and four-course prix fixe menus at more than 20 eateries from Sunday, June 15 through Thursday, June 19. Now in its sixth […]