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Nantucket, MA

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Nantucket BYOB Picks + Pairings

  While Nantucket has a handful of places for a quick grab and go coffee paired with a Morning Glory muffin, sometimes you are in need of a hearty breakfast. Whether it is to clear your head from the night before or get your read for the day in front of you, start off your day with a delicious breakfast from BLACK EYED SUSAN’S.   This small, elegant eatery is open bright and early at 7 am and serves until 1 pm. You can order your choice of egg scramble, omelette and Black Eyed Susan’s best. Don’t forget to share an order of their Pennsylvania Dutch Cakes for breakfast dessert! What makes it even more fun is that it is a Bring Your Own Bottle establishment. You are probably thinking that this would be amazing for dinner, but who doesn’t enjoy a mimosa with their brunch? Bring a bottle of PASQUA PROSECCO to mix with your orange juice there. Prosecco, being...Read More >

Beach Books & Beverages: Celebrating Literary Reads & Libations to Pair

June on Nantucket is a sure sign of many things to come for our fare isle. Recent college grads and international students drive their bikes recklessly trying to find their way as they arrive to this foreign destination for their newfound summer jobs. Bright red parking tickets begin popping up more often than a convenient parking space when you venture onto the cobblestones of downtown. Everywhere you turn on weekends, you are likely to see a beautiful blushing bride, followed closely by the entourage of her giggly bridal party in tow. While some of these sights may be more welcome than others, they all mean that the summer season – and warm, sunny beach days finally – are just around the corner. Nantucket Book Festival, which celebrates an extraordinary list of accomplished and debut authors amidst the history and beauty of Nantucket in its 7th year, is a much anticipated island season opener. Here is a short list featuring a...Read More >

FALL for the Flavor of Sake

CELEBRATING NIHONSHU NO HI While summer is the quintessential season for many people on Nantucket, those of us who are lucky enough to be on island this time of year know that the weather associated with our Indian Summer and the lack of crowds this time of year are a just reward for the hustle and bustle of July and August. As we enter in to fall, this is the prime time for sake drinking. Brewed during the cold winter months and then pressed in the spring, sake is typically aged six months and then released in the fall for your enjoyment. What better way to celebrate the upcoming Nihonshu no Hi (Sake Day) on October 1, traditionally the starting date of sake production in Japan, than with a toast to this alcoholic beverage of Japanese origin made of fermented rice. What is sake? Sake is an alcoholic beverage that is made by fermenting rice. My first experience with sake...Read More >

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