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Nantucket’s Fall Inspired Cocktails

Columbus Day weekend will soon come and go. With that, several of Nantucket’s seasonal hot spot dining establishments will be shuttering their doors until they re-open again for either the island’s magical Christmas celebration (also known as Nantucket Stroll) or even sometime next spring. Luckily, there are numerous locations that do remain open for those who enjoy the lush taste of food and lucid pace of island dining that is available to us this time of year. The festive flavors of fall are also translated into the creative craft cocktail lists found across the island. From cranberries on the harbor to seasonal takes on classic drinks, what this means for you is that there are numerous locations on Nantucket open and ready to receive you with the warm hospitality our restaurants are well-known for. SIPS ON THE WATERFRONT The White Elephant, located in the Brant Point neighborhood on the outskirts of town, is home to the Brant Point Grill. Known...Read More >

A Toast to Sea Inspired Libations

Coastal living invokes thoughts of bathing in the sun and times spent swimming in the surf of ocean water.  Standing in line for ice cream, staying up late to admire the stars and wearing a hat most days to shade from the sun are all part and parcel of summer on Nantucket.  However, not all coastal conditions are created equal and neither are the libations that come from them. Sea-shanty worthy drinks are an expression of their watery sources, no matter how far and distant in between.  Take a liquid adventure as you discover with Advanced Sommelier Jenny Benzie a handful of libations worthy of your next oceanic experience. AN ORGANIC OCEAN You are what you eat, or drink in this case, and wouldn’t it be nice to know that you are putting only the best ingredients in your body while also being eco-friendly. Aloha to OCEAN ORGANIC VODKA from the beautiful island of Maui in the Hawaiian Islands.  This...Read More >

Local Libations Made Easy

Summertime is the perfect season to benefit from the bounty of the earth the far away isle of Nantucket has to offer. We have access to fresh eggs, succulent strawberries, delicious sweet corn and all the heirloom tomatoes you can eat, along with a plethora of fragrant, colorful flowers to adorn any Nantucket home. SUSTAINABLE NANTUCKET is a local organization that aims to cultivate a healthy Nantucket by building a more locally-based and self-reliant food system on-island, and build a healthy economy around this. On Saturday mornings in summer, you can visit their Farmer and Artisans Market downtown, which is designed to support and strengthen our traditional industry of agriculture. Vendors include growers, artisans, and prepared food purveyors, and are seasonal or year round residents of Nantucket, with all goods sold grown or produced on the island. What a great way to stock up on local herbs and produce to use in making some delicious seasonal summertime libations for your...Read More >

Welcome Aboard: Nautical Cocktails for Any Port

WELCOME ABOARD: NAUTICAL COCKTAILS FOR ANY PORT Nautically themed drinks in the Miami Vice era included brightly colored liqueurs in order to set the mood of being on a boat in trendy South Florida. Blue Curaçao resembled the vibrant blue color of the water. Brightly colored green Crème de Menthe was reminiscent for the color of the green markers on your port (left) side of the boat while leaving the channel to venture on your voyage. Crème de Almond represented the other side of the spectrum as the fiery red as in ‘red, right, return’ that tells you to leave the red markers to your right (starboard) when returning from sea. Luckily these days, and especially on the summer waters of Nantucket, these bold colors are more often seen in some variation on gentlemen sporting their classic Nantucket Reds or ladies adorned in their latest, most colorful Lilly Pulitzer outfit. As host of these fashionably clad party goers for sunset...Read More >

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