Reviews on Cafe food in Edgartown, Massachusetts, United States. Edgartown is a town located on Martha's Vineyard in Dukes County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 4,067 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Dukes County. Edgartown has the largest area in the entirety of Dukes County and Martha's Vineyard.
Things to do in Edgartown
We feature fresh, all-natural smoothies, salads, cauliflower crust pizza, and all day breakfast options in our cafe, in addition to Starbucks coffee, The Tea Spot tea, and self-serve mochi. Our epicurean market has a wide selection of specialty cheeses, c
Fun menu. Very expensive. Cool smoothies. Friendly service. Cool design. Few places to sit. Best is cool design sundry items to shop while waiting.
4 based on 30 reviews
Welcome to Katama General Store of Marthaâs Vineyard. We are a foodie destination, market, and community gathering spot. We are located just a short walk from the historic downtown village of Edgartown, on the road to and from the world famous South Beach
You can get a quick bite on your way to South Beach, have lunch on the patio or just stop in for an ice cream or something you forgot.
4 based on 20 reviews
This is a repeat visit. A very small cafe but with much charm and simply heavenly coffee! When we visited off-season, the owner unlocked the cafe for us and brewed us some coffee. We came back again now during high season and again were not disappointed. Very friendly and quick service. We'll be sure to return.
4 based on 104 reviews
Who wants to sit inside on a beautiful summer day? Nestled between two buildings and under a creative canopy of canvas you will find the Behind the Bookstore Coffee bar. Yes, it offers creative food â I had a delicious yellowfin tuna salad sandwich â but it was the little bar tucked in the corner and the friendly mixologist that kept us from moving on. Having been to Edgartown countless times I found this cozy, casual bar/restaurant a welcome break from the usual nautical, but dark bars on the island. If youâre looking for a casual place to grab a bite and a beer without pesky wait staff, this is for you.
4 based on 138 reviews
So we went here based on a recommendation - great location - lovely place. We ordered 2 coffees - not real complicated. The woman at the registered overcharged me b/c I asked for steamed milk in mine - so $18 for 2 coffees?!? I asked her to correct it and she said she couldn't and continued to push pastries on us instead to make up for it - we did not want pastries we wanted our money back! So...she gave us a credit for the next trip. Ok good. So we returned actually the same day for lunch - after finding seat and being surrounded by what seemed to be staff people, we never were waited on. So...flagging down the bartender for the outside bar, she continued to explain some sort of complicated way that we needed to order. See menu, choose item, order...isn't that how it goes???? Not at this joint! I can go on about the very poor service - enjoy the setting her, but keep your expectations low when it comes to the service!
4 based on 110 reviews
Don't go here - it's small, reasonably priced, good, has character and the ladies who rock the counter are stars. I want a seat so don't clutter up the joint but if you do like the hamish haunts (that's Yiddish for humble/salt of the earth), this is your joint. Don't bring no Vineyard Vines/Menemsha Blues golf shirts in here, kimosabe. This is for locals only - and the local minded.
4 based on 705 reviews
So glad we could fit this delight into our first visit to MV! A delightful collection of indoor & outdoor seating on a gorgeous morning - literally among the flowers of their planters. Delicious mushroom & boursin omelette... mimosas also available
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