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When I Opened the Roadhouse

During the fall and winter when I was 22, I traveled across the country with a boyfriend, camping through the South and Southwest. We camped throughout, from the Outer Banks of North Carolina, and...

The State Road shuffle

State Road Restaurant in North Tisbury has become a beacon for fine dining on the Island over the past five years, but didn’t just appear out of nowhere. The location on State Road where...

Goldie’s Rotisserie

  A new food truck with a deliciously trendy twist has arrived on Martha’s Vineyard, and it’s serving up responsibly raised rotisserie chicken, brussels sprouts, crispy potatoes, and more. Goldie’s Rotisserie food truck is the brainchild...

The Menemsha Galley: It’s a Summer Tradition

The Menemsha Galley, midway through its 72nd year of operation, is tucked away on the western side of Martha’s Vineyard in the fishing village of Menemsha. The Galley sits right on the edge of...

See you at the Rigger

For many Islanders and seasonal visitors alike, the Square Rigger restaurant at the Triangle in Edgartown is as much of an Island institution as the Flying Horses or a sunset in Menemsha. But to...

The Black Dog turns 50

It all began with a cannon. A nine-inch muzzle-loading Dahlgren cannon that weighed nearly 10,000 pounds, to be precise. Captain Bob Douglas, founder of the Black Dog Tavern, spotted the cannon at the Boston...

Seaweed’s: Creating a space at the table for all

Opening a restaurant under the best of circumstances can be difficult, let alone during a global pandemic. Imagine signing a lease for a new restaurant, in a seasonal vacation town, during the first days...

Anne and Julianne Vanderhoop: Matriarchs of Aquinnah

  Tina Miller and I sat down with Juli Vanderhoop and her mother Anne Vanderhoop on a sunny fall afternoon to hear their food story — baking pies, passing recipes and food traditions down. As...

Conversation: A look into how one local restaurant has worked through the pandemic

Mary Kenworth owns State Road and Beach Road with her husband, Jackson Kenworth. Edible editor Tina Miller talked to Mary about her experiences with the pandemic and her business over the last six months.  The...

Back Door Donuts: New look in the front, same party in the back

It’s been a year since a tiny doughnut shop just off Circuit Avenue caught the eyes of three bigtime Boston-based business czars. Seasonal residents Richard Friedman and Patrick Lyons and year-rounder David Ginsberg just...

Dishing: What’s happening where you eat and drink this summer

It’s been said of the Martha’s Vineyard food and hospitality scene that no two seasons are alike. This year the changes are especially head-swiveling. Consider this our way of helping you keep track.  –EV Edgartown  Some...