This "amazingly amazing" spot has the best raw bar on the island, serving ice-grown oysters from the waters of Vineyard, Maine, New Brunswick and elsewhere.
The draw of this classic seafood and chop house is its beachside seating overlooking the beautiful Edgartown Harbor.
People-pleasing tavern food like Jamaican jerk wings, curry mussels and more will be found in abundance as well as creatively topped pies.
For non-New Englanders enjoying seafood in Oak Bluffs, head to a local VFW hall to get a taste of Caribbean-infused cooking.
There aren't many places - unless you're cooking at home, or getting takeaway - to sit down for a meal in quaint and quiet Chilmark, but after a day climbing the Menemsha Hills.
Every East Coast summer destination needs a perfect summer shack serving lobster rolls and fried clams, and Lookout on the Vineyard is our favorite.
There's a lot to like about this cozy, art-filled restaurant and bar in Oak Bluffs, just steps from the ferry. The food is one of the most interesting on the island.
Run by Puritan & Co. veterinarian Hal Ryerson and his wife, Erin, who manages the front of house, this sweet spot's menu is based on the island's best ingredients.
Enjoy creative American cuisine inspired by the farms around the island, with much of Chef Jonathan Warnock's menu sourced from the inn's surrounding gardens.