Restaurant Reporter

Nantucket has some of the best fine dining on the East Coast. This feature keeps you up to date every issue with who’s who and what’s new.

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Classic Club Car

Think of a restaurant on Nantucket that speaks to the timelessness of classic cuisine, continental-style dining and Old World mannerisms, and The Club Car immediately comes to mind.

Steps off the...

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Living The American Dream

It’s early evening and Marco Coelho is already dancing between platters of exquisite sushi rolls and mouth-watering burgers in foie gras dipping sauce to exchange hugs with Lo La 41’s faithful patrons. more


Simple. Contemporary. Elegant. Walking through Dune, the restaurant he opened in the former Cioppino’s space on Broad Street April 3, Michael Getter uses these words more than once – nearly a dozen times,...

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From the owners of Straight Wharf Restaurant and Provisions, comes a new restaurant that chefs Gabriel Frasca and Amanda Lydon say delivers cuisine that is reflective of what an Italian chef would do with...

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Ethnic Chefs

I had been around the world before I stepped foot on Nantucket – Samoa, Thailand, Nepal, Afghanistan. Cy’s Green Coffee Pot on South Water Street, now the Atlantic Café, didn’t do it for me. I needed food...

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Brant Point Grill

Late afternoon at the White Elephant’s Brant Point Grill is a well-synchronized dance of waiters smoothing down tablecloths to the clink of glasses and chimes of silverware.

Chef Neil Patrick Hudson...

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Restaurant Review

Good food you want to eat, without a lot of fuss, is the mantra at Slip 14, the new restaurant on Old South Wharf that has taken the place of Eat Fire Spring. Picture yourself sailing into the harbor, tying...

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Toppers at the Wauwinet

One of the sensual splurges of summer has always been to take a boat across the harbor for lunch at The Wauwinet. This year that experience has gotten even better.

After over a decade of essentially the...

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The Restaurant Scene

The quiet days of winter provided the backdrop to more turnover in the island restaurant scene than I can remember in recent years. From the time you get off the boat at Steamboat Wharf, big changes are...

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Angela & Seth Raynor: Living the Dream

Seth and Angela Raynor have two successful restaurants and culinary connections with some of the biggest names in the country. What’s next?

Just maybe their own TV show.

It was late. It was hot. It was...

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