Of course an island with nearly as many celebrities and millionaires as grains of sand on the beach has a plethora of shopping choices.

Midnight Farm
Think you have the same taste as Carly Simon? Find out for sure when you visit her store, filled with unique items for your closet, body and home. It’s located just a few minutes from the ferry in Vineyard Haven and is the perfect place to spent your last hour or so before leaving the island.

Chicama Vineyard
Get a literal taste of the island at Martha’s Vineyard only commercial winery and vineyard. Make sure to buy a few bottles for home and then you can savor the island anytime you want (their delicious Cranberry Satin is great served with tart apple pie at Thanksgiving . . . and when you’re asked where you picked up this great and unusual wine, you can simply say, “On the Vineyard, of course”).

Chilmark Chocolates
Got a sweet tooth? You “can't leave the island without stopping at Chilmark Chocolates for some chocolates,” says one TripAdvisor Member. They’re “to die for!”

The Black Dog
Yes, you’ve all seen the famous Black Dog t-shirts (sporting the oval with the black dog in the middle). A trip to the Vineyard is not complete without a visit to this popular, 30-year-old gift shop, restaurant and bakery. There are multiple locations on the island, some are just a gift shop. It’s the “quintessential Vineyard."

Bunch of Grapes Bookstore
This is the place where veteran booksellers interact with local authors, New York publishers and an international customer base. The result is a charming and eclectic store that offers the classics and some unusual options. 

Circuit Avenue
This is an off-beat and quirky shopping enclave in Oak Bluffs. “My husband and I starting going to Martha's Vineyard 5 years ago and have been going back every year since!” says one TripAdvisor Member. “We love this area because you can walk to all the restaurants/bars, shops, and the beach is right there too! 10 stars from us!”



201 Upper Main Street, Edgartown...    Quirky, fun, unexpected little store with gifts, cards, vintage and new clothing, books, you can even rent videos. It's also a gallery and has amazing framed art and photograpny form local artist and even some from famous artist like David Meunix (his art was featured in "Six Feet Under").  Original and beautiful pieces of jewelry made from local artist and so much more.  Its like a store you would find in the "East Side" of New York or on "Melrose Ave" in Los Angeles.  And, they have coffee from Mocha Mott's.   It has something for everyone.