Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Vintage MV Wine & Spirits has opened its doors in Nevin Square, soon to be joined by an adjacent coffee bar. Both businesses are owned by Sara Webber and Atria sommelier John Clift.
The first of two new liquor stores to be licensed for seasonal operation in downtown Edgartown is open for business in the Nevin Square shopping complex on Winter Street. Vintage MV Wine & Spirits opened its doors with a party Saturday, manager Paige Gould said. The new shop specializes in wine, with a selection of spirits, beers, soft drinks and chocolates. Cheeses will be joining the retail mix, too, Gould said. Vintage MV is partnering with Atria restaurant for a series of wine dinners beginning July 10 with Far Niente; more information is available at the shop and Atria. The shop at 29 Winter St. is owned by Sara Webber and John Clift, Atria's sommelier, who are also opening Coffee Culture next door in a couple of weeks, Gould said. …
Sunday, June 2, 2013
The Martha’s Vineyard Food & Wine Festival will take place Oct.17–20.
Monday, May 13, 2013
Grey skies didn't dampen the fun of dual Edgartown festivals: Pink & Green Weekend and the inaugural Martha's Vineyard Wine Festival. Were you there?
"I haven't got time for the rain" could have been the theme song in Edgartown over the weekend as locals and visitors mingled at a double series of colorful events held under grey skies. In our video shot on Mother's Day, the Black Dog Himself welcomes all to the Pink & Green Weekend dog show on Main Street, Détente's chefs whip up treats and ticketholders enjoy food and drink during the Martha's Vineyard Wine Festival at the Edgartown Rod & Gun Club. Do you have pictures from the weekend? Post them here! Stay Patched in! Follow Martha's Vineyard Patch on Twitter | Like Martha's Vineyard Patch on Facebook | Sign up for the daily email with links to the latest news | Got something to say? Start a blog and share your views.
Friday, May 10, 2013
Edgartown is turning pink and green with special cocktails, activities and discounts at a variety of businesses this Mother's Day weekend.
Shops and restaurants in Edgartown are jump-starting the season with the returning Pink & Green weekend, happening now through Sunday. Pink & Green Weekend: Why Pink and Green? The Mother's Day weekend event, which made its debut in 2012, celebrates spring and kicks off the summer season with shopping discounts and special events. It's organized by the Edgartown Board of Trade. Some highlights: Edgartown Paint Shoppe is offering 25 percent off all pink and green Paint Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Hannah B is offering 10 percent off pink and green clothing Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Boneyard Surf Shop, open from from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., has 10 percent off any item with pink and green. thomas dresser book signing at etown books …
Sunday, May 5, 2013
Both the Martha's Vineyard Airport Commission and the West Tisbury board of selectmen have approved a beer and wine license for the Plane View Restaurant at the airport, according to a Vineyard Gazette report.
Local officials have cleared the way for Plane View Restaurant to obtain a license to serve beer and wine, according to a report in the Vineyard Gazette. A restaurant worker said Sunday she wasn't sure when the Plane View would begin serving alcohol after having just received state approval. Selectmen unanimously approved the request last week and the Martha's Vineyard Airport Commission has also approved it, the Gazette reports. Plane View is located inside the Martha's Vineyard Airport at 71 Airport Rd: 508-693-1886. It is the airport's only restaurant. Please see our Restaurant Page for more of the latest news on Island eateries. Our Food & Dining Directory has the phone numbers and addresses of your favorite spots. Stay Patched in! …
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Edgartown's newest eatery, opened last fall, now offers wine and beer to its customers. Lucky Hank's is also the home of the Saturday pajama brunch, and serves a "Farm Share" vegetarian offering daily.
At last, fans of chef Danny Finger's farm-fresh food can pair their meals with a glass of wine or mug of beer at Lucky Hank's on upper Main Street in Edgartown. A status update posted on the restaurant's Facebook page Thursday morning reads, "Now enjoy mimosas with your breakfast & brunch, nice glass of wine or cold beer with lunch & dinner!" Specializing in what owner Douglas Smith calls "Vineyard-inspired comfort food," Lucky Hank's opened last fall and is currently serving meals Tuesday through Sunday: (*Saturday is "Pajama Brunch Day" at Lucky Hank's, when customers don't have to dress up to dine out.) A typical Sunday night menu, posted on Facebook last weekend: Lucky Hank's "Farm Share" is a nightly special for vegetarians and vegans…
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Making its debut May 9-12, 2013, the Martha's Vineyard Wine Festival has rolled out its website and is adding events to the schedule. Check back with Patch to find out when tickets are on sale.
A new wine and food festival is coming to the Island in May: The Martha's Vineyard Wine Festival brings winemakers, chefs and foodies together at a series of events in both public eateries and private homes, according to the festival website, which went live earlier this month: According to the website, the new festival is founded by longtime Atria sommelier John Clift and fellow Atria employee Angela Vezzose. Melissa Norton Vincent is listed as events coordinator with Marnely Rodriguez-Murray and Nathan Briggs sharing public relations duties. Clift is also associated with an upcoming seasonal liquor store recently approved for Nevin Square in Edgartown. Click "Keep me posted" below for automatic updates when we publish more news about the…
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Two seasonal all-alcohol package stores proposed for downtown Edgartown got the green light from selectmen Monday.
Nevin Square and Main Street in Edgartown may both see new liquor boutiques this summer, following approval by the town selectmen Monday afternoon. One shop is slated for the Nevin Square complex at 29 Winter Street, where it will occupy the first floor (#23) and basement (#26), selling fine wines, craft beers and other products, according to Eve Vincent, attorney for applicant Sarah Elizabeth Webber. The other, owned by Barbara Courtney, is planned for 65 Main Street and in addition to alcoholic beverages will sell picnic supplies, gourmet foods and "a unique mix of home products," according to a statement read to the selectmen by her son Ted Courtney. Click "Keep me posted" for automatic updates when we publish more news about the summer…