The MV Times asks: What is the one “good eat” all should try?

Lee Benjamin — Photo by Mark Kotsopoulos

“Sharky’s,” said Gail Herman, a recent graduate of Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School who now attends the University of Connecticut.

“The ArtCliff for breakfast and the Lookout Tavern for lunch,” said Jacee Lautenschlager of Shelby, Mont., who works at Carousel Ice Cream in Oak Bluffs.

“Besides the Flying Horses, Le Grenier,” said Lee Benjamin of Deletoa, Fla. An Island summer resident, Mr. Benjamin is a retired Marine and fifth grade teacher who works at the Flying Horses.

“The Sand Bar and Linda Jean’s,” said Tamaz Lezmava of Tbilisi, Georgia. The summer resident is working as a cook at the Sand Bar and Grille.

“Gio’s pizza,” said David Gazaille, of Edgartown.

“The Sweet Life and Jimmy Sea’s,” said both Katherine Alden and Hannah Feitelberg. Both work at Vineyard Vines.

“Through the hustle and bustle of August and July, my favorite is the tranquil Farm Neck Golf Course. The food is great; I always go on my birthday,” said Karen Burke, a self-described Island washashore who works on the Blue Mermaid tour bus.