Beetlebung Dry Goods 24 Basin Rd, Chilmark, MA02535 Beetlebung Dry Goods Menemsha Dry Goods Showroom features clothing and other items featuring graphics inspired by…More Martha's Vineyard. T-shirts, sweats, water bottles, frisbees, totes and more are adorned with original designs of such island standards as lobsters, jellyfish, sailboats and blue crabs. Part of an on-island chain, you can also order their dry goods year round at www.beetlebung.com
The Grill On Main 227 Upper Main St, Edgartown, MA02539 The Grill On Main serves New England-American cuisine in their dining area and also offers a casual and comfortable bar…More area for cocktails and socializing. It is conveniently located on the way into downtown Edgartown, and has ample free parking. Appetizers include soups and salads, crab cakes and Louisiana-style chicken wings. Entrees include pasta, seafood, chicken, duck and beef. Full bar is available with beer, wine and spirits. A prix fixe menu is also offered. The Grill On Main is group-friendly, and also has menu options for kids.
This 1950s-style diner is located in downtown Edgartown and is filled with '50s memorabilia and collectibles, some of…More which are for sale. Photos of famous people who have visited the diner are also part of the decor. There are tables, counter seats and leather booths for dining.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served during the in-season. Menu items include breakfast burritos and omelets, cheeseburgers, turkey dinner, baked stuffed clams, fried cheese ravioli and crab cakes with hollandaise sauce. The diner is family- and group-friendly and has a kids menu.
The Black Dog Tavern opened its doors in 1971 after Captain Robert Douglas endeavored to find a cure for the fact…More that the Vineyard did not have a year-round restaurant. The community pitched in to help him get it going, and the Tavern currently continues the year-round tradition, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner nearly every day of the year. Breakfast is comprised of huge portions, with pancakes and eggs as favorites that can be ordered through lunch in the off-season. The restaurant buys its fish and produce locally as often as possible and can adapt many recipes for vegetarian or gluten-free patrons with adequate notice. Other popular items are the BBQ ribs, salmon/crab cake sandwiches and the chowder.
Now that the town has passed new liquor laws, Black Dog also has beer and wine to offer, so customers can sit by the wood stove overlooking the harbor. The tavern also caters both on-site and off-site events and hosts many private parties. The wait can sometimes be up to two hours long in the summer, so calling ahead for reservations is suggested. Seeped with nautical history decorating the interior, the Black Dog Tavern is as New England as they come.