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Recipe: Hob Knob Blueberry Scones

During the holiday season, I bake approximately six out of seven days a week to fully engage in the Christmas spirit. Granted, I try...

Isola cooks up ‘progressive Italian’ with new chef Jimmy Alvarado

The year is coming to an end, and with that, some of our favorite establishments are getting ready to shutter for the winter season....

Martha’s Vineyard eateries go for the gold at the MVY Radio Great Chowder Contest

The 32rd annual MVY Radio Great Chowder Contest to benefit the Red Stocking Fund of Martha’s Vineyard was a crowd-pleasing success on Saturday, Dec....

Go cookie crazy this holiday season

Baking cookies and treats during the holiday season is one of the traditions I cherish the most. Nothing is better than putting on an...

Get festive with these updates on classic Hanukkah foods

Although I’m not Jewish, part of me is deeply (and oddly) obsessed with Jewish tradition. You’ll find me up late at night watching an...

State Road welcomes new chef Randy Rucker

Some restaurants have a certain allure about them, a draw that brings you in over and over again, whether it’s for a well-crafted burger...

Rosewater Holiday Market pops up in Edgartown

’Tis the season for finding that perfect gift, and Rosewater Market in Edgartown is here to help. This week they opened a pop-up shop...

Make room for ‘brunchfast’ at Sharky’s

Our mothers always said breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and to this day it rings true. Starting with a hearty...

Fly into the Tin Hangar, Edgartown’s newest year-round eatery

The talk of the town, specifically Edgartown, is the new restaurant that has opened up where Flatbread used to be. Tin Hangar, a new...

Not Your Sugar Mamas introduces plant-based meals

In about a month or so, we’ll see a huge spike in gym memberships and talks of diets. In January, half the world decides...

The Terrace at the Charlotte Inn offers a new chef’s menu for winter

It’s a pleasure to see how year-round restaurants reinvent themselves during the off-season. Winter is the season for testing new ingredients and techniques, discovering...

Sweet Bites bakery opening

There’s something about a good bakery that makes me smile. It’s that moment you walk in and smell the sweet treats, at the same...

Warm up with comfort food at the Newes

There are few situations more enjoyable than sitting by the fireplace at the Newes from America Pub enjoying their ever-so-popular (and quite consistent) French...

Hungry and stuck at home? New delivery options on Martha’s Vineyard

Island living can be gorgeous, tranquil, and community-driven, but it’s not always convenient. One of the main inconveniences about the Island is the lack...

An Espresso Love story

Carol McManus had no money, but she had a lot of common sense and an entrepreneurial spirit. That turned out to be enough. She headed to a local silkscreening company, with a logo and a name inspired by a Dire Straits song, and had her first sign made.

Harbor View welcomes new executive chef Richard Doucette

Chefs are generally very passionate human beings, and as someone who interviews chefs on a weekly basis, it’s become my second nature to sense...

Love your local business with loyalty cards

Loyalty and punch cards are a no-brainer. Guests that frequent a business over time love getting something for free, and a loyalty or rewards...

Dining at the bowling alley?

Certain places create certain expectations, at least in your head. When you think about bowling alley food, your expectations might be chicken tenders and...

Martha’s Vineyard Food and Wine Festival highlights farm-fresh food and vivacious libations

“The discovery of a wine is of greater moment than the discovery of a constellation. The universe is too full of stars.” ―Benjamin FranklinWine...

Collaboration brings unique beers to Island businesses

Collaboration and community are two of the main staples of island life. Every day, businesses and individuals come together to work on projects. The...