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An angler’s paradise for sportfishing, the waters surrounding Edgartown, MA, are teeming with a wide variety of species ripe for the catch. Striped bass, bonita, false albacore, blue fish, fluke, and many more are reeled in every day at popular spots like Middle Ground, The Hooter, Hedge Fence, and Squash Meadow, to name a few. If you’re looking for an experienced guide, make plans to book a local charter to lead your excursion and ensure you have a fun and successful day out on the water.
One major advantage to docking at Safe Harbor Edgartown is that the Menemsha Pond, which straddles the line between Aquinnah and Chilmark, MA, is federally recognized as a Harbor of Refuge. Classified as a “hurricane hole” for the safety and protection it provides from high winds and stormy seas, there’s nothing better than having the peace of mind that you and your vessel are out of harm’s way no matter what Mother Nature has in store for the season.
For delicious signature dishes, wood fired pizza and a casual-upscale setting, make a beeline to Rockfish in downtown Edgartown. With two newly renovated floors that include a full bar on each level, this popular dinner spot has a little of everything. For something special, try the Guinness-braised short ribs or the pan seared cod; if you’re craving the comforting classics, cozy up to the double cheeseburger, burrito bowl, or brick oven pizza. You can’t go wrong with a night out at this charming local gem.
Nestled in the community of Oak Bluffs, the Tabernacle is the centerpiece of a historical area known as the Campground, and is also home to clusters of iconic gingerbread cottages. Built in 1879, this meticulously preserved wrought iron structure still serves as a house of worship and community gathering place, as it has for generations. Concerts, lectures, and other live performances are held here, as well as weekly services, and has been designated as a National Historic Landmark.
Built in 1876, The Flying Horses Carousel is the oldest platform carousel in the nation. It was originally featured on Coney Island and then relocated to its present home in Oak Bluffs in 1884. The craftsmanship and artistry of the horses is stunning and features real horse hair tails, hand painted flourishes, and inset glass eyes. The carousel remains open to the public for rentals and special events.
Known for being Martha’s Vineyard’s only year-round brewpub, this popular local spot has been serving award-winning craft beer since 1997. The menu features classic New England bar fare like fish and chips, steamed mussels, and even crispy thin-crust pizza. Offshore’s star-studded resume includes accolades like Best Year-Round Restaurant, Best Bar/Pub, and Best Family Restaurant on Martha’s Vineyard. The brewpub is open every day for lunch and dinner.