Best American restaurants nearby. Discover the best American food in Aquinnah. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for American restaurants near you.. Aquinnah is a town located on the island of Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts. Until 1997 it was called Gay Head. The population was 311 at the 2010 U.S. census. It is known for its beautiful clay cliffs and quiet natural serenity. Below the clay cliffs is Jungle Beach, named to reflect its reputation as one of the few nude beaches left in the U.S.
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4 based on 330 reviews
State Road opened in 2009 in the agricultural town West Tisbury on the island of Marthaâs Vineyard. Our interiors were designed by Michael S. Smith. Michael appointed unique American antiques throughout the restaurant and called on regional craftsman and
We enjoyed our dining here. Started with the Serrano ham, and scallops and crab cake small plates. Finished with Trombette Pasta - local cranberries, english peas, north tabor arugula pistou, cheddar espuma.What an excellent experience.Alexandra's service was superb- thank you!
A great find... good food made to order. Pricing is reasonable. A good variety of breakfast sandwiches and burritos. I opted for just the fixings in a bowl. Fried egg, bacon and sausage, spinach and tomatoes. The cranberry muffins were moist and chockfulof goodness.We ate at the beach
3 based on 231 reviews
Since 1930, The Home Port Restaurant Has Been Serving Traditional Seafood Fare In The 300 Year Old Fishing Port Of Memento On The Island Of Martha's Vineyard. Known For Its World Famous Sunsets, Lobster Dinners And Famed Clam Chowder, This Waterfront Rest
Was decent. Service was adequate. Went before the sunset. They add the tip here, unlike any of the other restaurants on the island, so I double tipped them...beware. My fault for not looking, but warning others. Lobster crab dip was really good, and so were the crab cakes.
4 based on 75 reviews
Their lunch sandwiches are better than their pizza slices. The quality is good, and the taste and the general prep are mediocre, and sometimes, above average. The taste is gentle, but, a few of them can be sometimes subtly pleasant. Chicken Bahn Mi sandwich $13 was festive but Road Race (Chicken Avocado) $12 was much smaller and boring. The soft drinks are $3-6, and, for the credit card payment, the cashier guy tore off the receipt and would not give back the transaction receipt. And, when I demanded for my copy, the nasty young cashier guy was annoyed instead of being apologetic and stared at us until we picked up the sandwiches. That attitudes cost them the tip. I love the hard working kitchen guys, I recognize for years, but, the owners tend to hire these inconsistent temp workers at the cashiers. After all, this is the summer business for a quick sweep of cash, I guess.The whole place is crowded with little children beyond control and few supervising parents. Imagine one 20-somthing mom with 8 children, running around the porch. The porch is very noisy and messy with food stains left at the covered porch. Idyllic it may look from the outside, but, it is very compromised unhygienic setting. The parking is limited and the customer's driving pattern is chaotic and often aggressive exiting the site. This is always the mixed bag. Not my destination, but, this is the last chance to grab a quick bite before heading to Gayhead beach. However, I found out , this year, Moshup beach parking lot now sells a cold water bottle at $1 if you wish to avoid this uncontrolled crowd and the overpriced store. I hope the owners of the store step up for the A game just like any other vendors on the island.
4 based on 126 reviews
BYOB Tavern Serving local grown + responsibly raised ingredients from farmers + artisan producers who share our sustainable philosophy in a warm inviting dining room. -Cheers from the wettest dry tavern in America
Ate here with friends whilst holidaying on the island. All of our dishes were freshly prepared often with local seafood and ingredients. The cooking was often imaginative with some novel twists. Service was very good, efficient and effective. Noise level in the restaurant was high with hard walls and ceilings. Conversation was not easy. This is not fine dining and it is expensive, but the food is excellent
4 based on 93 reviews
As Island residents, the Outermost is a special dining place we reserve for visiting guests. The dining room and patio overlook a lovely meadow where dear often are seen grazing just before sunset. The ambiance is relaxed upscale, overseen by a well trained and attentive staff. The fixed priced three course menu varies throughout each May to October season, featuring many Island sourced ingredients. The wine list is well chosen and Vineyard reasonable in price. First timers should be aware that the view does not include the famous Gay Head cliffs. Allow 30 minutes for a brief stop at the cliffsâ outlook before proceeding to diner. And call ahead for directions to the Inn. Appropriately, there is no signage.
4 based on 135 reviews
We are proud to be a family owned and operated business in Aquinnah, also known as Gay Head, on Marthaâs Vineyard, Massachusetts. The Aquinnah Shop has been around for four generations. Our restaurant was founded in the mid 1940âs by Napoleon B. Madison,
Great seafood and superb swordfish on the Cliffs overlooking the ocean. The satff is delightful but far too busy, the place is simple bright and clean and quite appetizing. If the weather permits, sit out on the terrace for the finest ocean view in the Northeast.
4 based on 420 reviews
We are located in the fishing village of Menemsha on the island of Martha's Vineyard. Open seasonally, we offer fresh, locally caught seafood in our market and from our kitchen. Come enjoy your food with us on the harbor, on the beach, or take something h
On this trip we didn't have takeout, but bought a generous, locally fished piece of Sea Bass to have at our cottage. It did not disappoint. Historically, the takeout selection of cooked or prepared foods (e.g. chowders and lobsters) have been a pleasure to consume. None of the fish markets on the Vineyard are cheap, but the quality and freshness of the locally sourced seafoods are worth it.
4 based on 239 reviews
Stopped for lunch at the menemsha fish market. Ordered a lobster roll with lobster bisque and a lobster quesadilla. Everything was good, hoped the lobster roll would have been a little bigger.
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