Eat & Drink
From take-out cafes along the harbors to bistros and restaurants, Martha’s Vineyard really has something for everybody.
The chef’s story: Justin Melnick of The Terrace
Mr. Melnick began working in restaurants at age 15 in Amherst. Now he is head chef at The Terrace in Edgartown.
The chef’s story: Danny Finger of Lucky Hank’s
He started cooking professionally at age 14, at a little barbecue restaurant in Virginia.
Chef’s Story: Tony Saccoccia at The Grill on Main
The most spectacular thing was when President Bill Clinton came into my old restaurant. I don’t remember another night like that in my career. We found out he was coming only thirty-five minutes before. It was September and he came in late in the evening, so we didn’t have to close the restaurant. He ate warm goat cheese stuffed Anaheim peppers.
The chef’s story: Merrick Carreiro of Little House Cafe
Merrick owns the restaurant with Jenik Munafo and Hocine Khelalfa.
The Outermost Inn at 25
A maid of honor's chiffon dress caught fire. Our shucker rolled around on the floor with her trying to put her out with 50 wedding guests shaking and spewing champagne on the frothing twosome as they rolled about. That was memorable.
It’s 30 years for the Coop de Ville
It’s seafood and beer on the harbor for an Oak Bluffs institution.
Dreams do come true.
The chef’s story: Ron “Puppy” Cavallo of Soigne
Martha’s Vineyard has no shortage of restaurants, and behind each one, there’s a top-of-the-line chef. The Times decided to get to know these culinary wonders and share their stories each week. Ron Cavallo, known as...
The chef’s story: Joe Monteiro of Atlantic Fish and Chop House
Photo Courtesy of Joseph Monteiro The Island has no shortage of restaurants, and behind each one, there’s a top-of-the-line chef. The Times decided to get to know these epicurean wonders and we are presenting our...