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A trip to the Vineyard is not complete without a visit to this popular gift shop, restaurant and bakery, known for its seemingly ubiquitous T-shirt. The creation of Captain Robert Douglas, a retired air force jet fighter pilot, the 30-year-old Black...more
Located on the waters edge this restaurant seems to specialise in fish, although not exclusively! Between us we had Swordfish and Salmon and they were able to alter the accompanying vegetables on request which was good. Both the fishes were excellent as was the ‘artisan’...More
We stopped there for lunch. We saw people wearing t-shirts for the shop/restaurant. My husband had the chicken salad wrap and I had the BLT. They were delicious, again delicious. The bread and the tomatoes were so fresh. We would have given the place 5...More
My wife and I visited for our 25th wedding anniversary. What a great place to celebrate. This is New England at it's best. I had the seafood stew and it was THE BEST. One of my top five dinner's out of all time. The staff...More
Cute black dog merchandise and if that is what you are looking for, then you have found the right spot. Be prepared however that you will pay a fairly steep price to have that cute black dog on your clothes.
A bit expensive but the food was very good. They do a very tasty veggie burger which is always a plus and cater for small people too. The bathroom facilities could do with improving. Inadequate for the number of people they were serving at lunch...More
ordered breakfast sandwiches for my grand kids and sat down outside on a bench and some steps along side the building , Next thing i know the owner Jeremiah McCarthy through us off the steps and said he would call the police because he lived...More
We were stressed for time but enjoyed a pleasant and delicious breakfast - egg on croissant with crispy bacon for each of us. It's tough top pass up the freshly baked goods, especially the muffins and we did not. A blueberry for me and a...More
We knew dining on the Vineyard would be expensive, so we weren't too surprised, but some others definitely were. Expect to pay at least $20 a person for a meal. We both loved what we ordered. However, service was slow; they had one girl working...More