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Edgartown’s Dock Street Coffee Shop open late

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One online review calls Dock Street Coffee Shop, "A nice alternative to the yuppie craziness of downtown Edgartown." Well put.

Humphrey’s: a Martha’s Vineyard sandwich landmark

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Argie and Bernice Humphreys started baking their famous bread on the Vineyard in the late 1930s. The bread and sandwiches remain a big hit.

“Sea Level” skate film has Vineyard premiere Friday

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When Elliott Vecchia was 12, his parents bought him a skateboard from Toys 'R Us.

Martha’s Vineyard pizza

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The origins of pizza are debatable. The Middle East? Italy? Greece? And it depends on your definition of pizza.

Twenty something on the Vineyard? What to do all winter?

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There are, after all, no nightclubs (though many would love to see Nectar's open year-round), no bowling alleys (there should be), and in general not a whole lot to do that doesn't require a bit of self-motivation.

Two Thai restaurants tip Oak Bluffs to the East

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Martha's Vineyard isn't exactly a hub for ethnic cuisine, so it's a bit striking that there are two Thai restaurants.

Where to eat Vineyard meat

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"Eat local" is the reigning rule for foodies today. Maybe even more so than the previous title-holder, "eat organic." Read where to find local meat on the Island.

The Newes from America: An Edgartown classic

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The Newes From America, with its exposed beams, low ceiling and dim lighting, is just the place for a cozy dinner on a cold winter night.

Le Grenier: Going strong in Vineyard Haven for 33 years

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Le Grenier sits perched above Martha's Vineyard Bagel at the end of Main Street in Vineyard Haven. Jean Dupon is the restaurant's chef and owner and has been for the past 33 years.

Brazillian markets on the Vineyard

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Tisbury Farm Market and the Vineyard Grocer, both owned by Brazilian-born Elio Silva "” a Vineyard resident for 23 years "” offer a wide array of goods.

Off-season lunchtime in Vineyard Haven

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Lunch, as a meal, doesn't always get the attention it deserves. For a lot of people, the midday meal means a quick sandwich in the car.

Not your average school lunch in Chilmark

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On a Friday last month, the Chilmark School had its second community lunch at the Chilmark Community Center.

Where to eat on New Year’s Eve

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If you'd like to bid farewell to 2010 and say hello to 2011 festively with food and drink, you've got options this year on the Vineyard.

Nicky’s Italian Cafe in Vineyard Haven

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Nicky's Italian Café has been a family owned and operated restaurant since 2001 when Bob and Laura Barbera opened it.

Cooking with Vineyard bay scallops

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West Basin in Aquinnah is abuzz at 6:30 am, Monday through Friday, a sea of orange and yellow foul-weather gear.

Deer season on Martha’s Vineyard means venison

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If you frequent Alley's in West Tisbury in the early mornings, you may have noticed that blaze orange and camouflage are very en vogue at the moment.

David Ryan’s in Edgartown employs new chef

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David Ryan's has long been a popular nightspot, especially in the summer. Now, with new chef Stephen Pond, you may want to familiarize yourself with the menu.

Martha’s Vineyard brunches

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Brunch might be my favorite meal to eat. I love a long, lingering morning meal, bottomless cups of coffee, comfortable clothes, no particular place to go.

Winter nights at Menemsha Cafe

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The Menemsha Café is serving dinner on Friday nights this winter, as well as this Saturday, Nov. 27, and brunch this Sunday.

Detente launches Simple Suppers

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On Wednesday, Nov. 10, Detente began Simple Suppers, a special prix-fixe dinner menu offered on Wednesdays and Thursdays throughout the winter, for $29.