Management at this casual eatery understands that most patrons prefer outdoor seating, so the decks are chock-full of tables overlooking the harbor. This establishment has two large bars and lounges and three dining areas. Watch the Nantucket ferries come and go as you try the lobster roll, the rich and creamy clam chowder or abundant sandwiches. Heartier fare complements the evening menu. Tugboat's is a great refuge, even on rainy days. A popular nightspot, head for the tiny upstairs bar where folks at the bar swill tropical drinks to music with a Caribbean beat.
Una parte di questo rinomato posto è un ristorante in vecchio stile con moquette rossa e separè, l'altra è un enorme bar e sala dove mischiarsi alla folla. Il cibo è buono in entrambi: nella sala da pranzo bistecche, pesce e chowder (zuppe locali), mentre nel bar le proposte sono più leggere dato che l'attenzione è più sui drinks. I ristoranti a Cape Cod aprono e chiudono, ma il Chatham Squire rimane il posto dove mangiare un boccone e bersi qualcosa con gli amici.
Flying Bridge (ponte di comando) è un nome particolarmente appropriato per questo rinomato ristorante di Falmouth, perchè come il ponte di comando di una nave, anche la sala da pranzo del Flying bridge offre una vista aperta del porto e dell'Oceano. Il porto di Falmouth è uno dei più trafficati del Cape, quindi c'è molto da vedere mentre siete seduti sulla terrazza. Oltre alla ampia sala da pranzo ci sono anche delle più intime sale lounge. Talentuose rock band locali suonano dal vivo nelle serate dei mesi estivi.
When you're on Martha's Vineyard and craving a pint, stop by the Offshore Ale Company for a locally-brewed beer and a bite to eat. The menu features all sorts of pub favorites like seafood, burgers and pizza, including a never-ending supply of peanuts. There's always live music and special events, so check out their schedule for the latest goings-on. Don't forget to toss those peanut shells directly on the floor - it's encouraged!
The readers of the Vineyard Gazette have named the Newes the best bar and pub on the island. The nautical theme brings you back to the 1700s and the charm of seafaring days. The room is dark and the main lighting source is the lanterns and the fireplace. The menu includes typical pub fare: tasty burgers, French fries, chicken wings and other appetizers abound. A friendly staff is willing to help you decide from the long list of microbrews and wine offerings on offer. This place gets quite crowded and children are welcome. Located next to the beautiful Kelley House.
An island institution, famous for its harbor views from its glassed-in dining room and upstairs decks, and for its seafood chili, a spicy assortment of shellfish in a thick stock. Most entrees are classic seafood dishes—reasonably priced by island standards—though meat and chicken are also served. Native Menemsha lobster is a specialty. There is an upstairs pub with a lighter menu and nightly entertainment. The restaurant, located next to Memorial Wharf, remains open through mid-October and is a popular island establishment.
Sam Diego's Mexican Cookery and Bar offers a quirky ambiance inspired by Mexican festivals. Eye-catching art, bull head masks, cacti and tropical plants set the mood for the meal. The spicy dishes are complemented by drinks like coconut and watermelon margaritas.
With a lively atmosphere, eclectic decor and pocket-friendly prices, Quarter Deck is a great place to come in for a pint. Play a couple of games at their pool tables or change up the numbers on their jukebox.
One of the most popular watering holes in the area, emBargo always guarantees a night of fun and excitement. Dimly-lit, covered in rich polished wood tones and packed with a lively atmosphere, this place is perfect for a round of drinks with your friends after a busy day. Its well-stocked bar boasts an impressive selection of premium spirits and local brews, but it's their signature cocktails that steal the show. Their signature martini's and concoctions like the Bubble Trouble, Night Fever and Tummy Tuck are certain to make any drinking session stretch beyond a single round.
This is an exclusive lounge dedicated to savoring and smoking cigars. This place provides the perfect avenue to puff a cigar and enjoy a relaxed drink. You will find a variety of cigars and a full liquor menu with cognacs, wines and liqueurs to enjoy. The main lounge also has a huge television set, DVDs, books, magazines and indoor games.
A place oozing with excitement, Trader Ed's never fails to brighten up your day. This tropical-inspired outdoor poolside bar is the place to be for a relaxed drink with a bit of socializing at the side. Here you sip on your drink while taking in the fine view of harbor, and soaking up the warm seaside breeze. Take your pick from its extensive selection of premium spirits and exclusive cocktails, and prepare for an evening of fun and revelry. Do not miss out on their signature Hurricane Bob, Tini Bikini and Liquid Addiction; all of which are certain to have you calling for round two.