Martha's Vineyard Stuff

Martha's Vineyard Stuff

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    A little ways down the sand road you will come to Mytoi, a Japanese-style garden now open to the public.
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    State Road is a good example. West Tisbury's only fine-dining establishment is also the Island's best—if you want one splurge meal on the Vineyard, this is the place to go—with chef Austin Racine turning out some truly spectacular dishes from whatever's f
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    Edgartown's newest kid on the block, fine cheeses, cured meats and patés, and decadent housemade dips. High-end snacking is the name of the game here, where the Creminelli salamis, Brie-like Rougette, feta-olive spread, and snappy castelvetrano olives mak
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    The Leviathan of all lobster rolls, this once off-menu specialty at Offshore Ale House was in such high demand that it landed a permanent spot on the brewery's menu.
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    the fried clams might not be quite as famous, but they might be better.
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    The Bite is very popular and downright famous, so parking can be difficult and the wait can be substantial for both the food and seats at one of its two tables. an almost-waterside fry shack up the road from Menemsha Harbor are coated in batter that's sub
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     Island Fresca: Its foundation is about as humble as it gets: corn broth, which DeForest makes by simmering stripped corn cobs in water for a good 90 minutes. From there he strains the broth, adds chopped fresh tomatoes and the reserved corn kernels, 
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    t's pizza night at Orange Peel Bakery on Martha's Vineyard, and it's an organized free-for-all. The deal is that you stick ten bucks in a coffee can, bring a few cups of pizza toppings for sharing, and show up between 5 and 8 p.m. on Wednesdays
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    And yet, I totally dig the Fried Green Tomato BLT ($9.50) at Slice of Life Café on Martha's Vineyard. It's a boutique version for sure, but one that has been fine-tuned to work at least as well as any standard-issue BLT.
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    They'll cook a lobster to order, which you'll eat dockside with lots of paper napkins along with the wine you've brought (since the area is "dry"), or you can carry your trophy to the nearby beach.
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