If you equate Martha’s Vineyard with “stuffy” or “old school,” just one late-night visit to the island will change your mind. Here are a few of the reasons why:

The Hot Tin Roof
This club “was a fabulous end to a relaxing week,” says one TripAdvisor Member. “The intimate setting made it easy to see why this is a favorite nightlife setting.”

The Ritz Café
Don’t expect anything like the Ritz Carlton! A favorite of the locals and visitors (who must feel drawn to this loud, lively and relatively little bar) for its live music and pool tables.

The Lampost/Rare Duck
Why settle for one club when you can get two-in-one? A bit of a warning: this is where the young and not necessarily the young-at-heart go to work off lots of excess island energy on the dance floors.

Lola’s
Feeling put-off that you may not fit in at The Lampost/Rare Duck? Forget about it! Lola’s is perfect for those who love fun, live music AND are over 30.

Offshore Ale Company
Local beers on tap . . . a rustic décor . . . peanut shells on the floor . . . after-hours menu . . . live performances . . . what’s not to love?

David Ryan’s
Like Cinderella, David Ryan’s changes at nightfall when the cool cafe transforms into one of the hottest night spots on the island!