a word about food & drink

it's lobster roll season - delicious!

it was lunchtime when i arrived in Menemsha – what luck! it occurred to me that it’s that time again to start enjoying a summertime favorite – the lobster roll. as i started to pass the menemsha fish market their sign “lured” me in…lobster roll & clam chowder – $15 – i was hooked! if you go to the Vineyard this summer you MUST go get a lobster roll from the menemsha fish market – might have been my best yet!!! the chowder was awesome too. the owner announced they ship lobsters around the world and threw in a couple of bumper stickers to boot!

cold brew with ms. pac-man

it’s still shoulder season on MV so an afternoon beer looking over the harbor wasn’t as easy as you’d think.  gladly i went to a year round staple – the wharf – where i had a beer at a make-shift ms. pac-man table. there was no room at the bar since this pub is a local favorite – i took a couple of hours getting to know a few – what a great time. i may never have had this much fun in a such a brief time on the Vineyard!

DINNER & DRINKS –

i should also mention that i had a great dinner at henry’s hotel bar in the harbor view hotel. they made a great cocktail – which is key for me! later i headed to the atlantic – they also have a generous pour and a great bar scene – definitely worth a stop if you are near Edgartown.

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2 responses to “a word about food & drink

  1. Hi Lola,

    If we can ever be of any help in St. Barths or other parts of the Caribbean and the Bahamas please let us know.

    Kind regards,

    Jeremy
    Island Inns

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