This is known as Martha Vineyard's best restaurant by people with summer homes here. The ambiance is lovely with high beamed ceilings and good acoustics. My only criticism is I prefer tablecloths to highly polished wood for hygienic reasons. We had scallops for an appetizer consisting of three large scallops romesco with local pea greens and pine nut olive relish for $18. The imaginative starters ranged from 12-19 dollars. We also ordered fish soup $12. and cauliflower fritters with gobi manchurian sauce at $14 the price for these "shares" 14-21 but unfortunately our waiter Ray though very professional otherwise forgot them so we let it go as the main course was served.The bread was consistent with the high quality of the rest of the food. The main courses of wood grilled Menemsha swordfish which was served with corn maque choux,swiss chard and restaurant raised tomato salad in a lovely and tasty presentation for $38. The wood grilled sirloin with smashed potatoes bordelaise, green beans and foie gras butter at $41. was acceptable. The price range was $21.-$41. Now the really high point the desserts -we had a peach tart with ice cream worthy of the best restaurants anywhere as was the cappucino. Be sure and make the reservations well in advance and don't forget dessert!
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