Sophie T's Pizza is a quintessential mom 'n' pop style joint that serves the obvious pizzas and hearty burgers, subs and salads. They offer a good variety of pizza with interesting combination of toppings and the portions are large enough to go around the table. The specialty meat-lovers pizza and the "Chef's Choices" are a must-try. The service is great and very often you can see the owners catching-up with the regular patrons. Great place to bring your friends and family, but if you are planing a take-out, call in advance to reduce wait time.
Slip 14 is an upscale, sophisticated restaurant where you can savor the best of the island's fish and seafood varieties. The indoor dining area has a soothing interior and is a perfect place to grab a bite or a refreshing drink after a shopping spree. The covered outdoor area is separated from the street by just a fence, so you can hang out and watch people go by. The menu is extensive and they offer the best chowder clams in town, along with some delicious, pretty-to-look-at deserts.
The spacious A.K. Diamond offers its patrons a pleasant dining experience in a casual, laid-back atmosphere. The pub-style joint is the best place where friends and family can gather to eat, drink and be merry. The owners are warm and fun-loving, and make guests feel at home immediately. The decor is fuss-free, the food is unpretentious, and the portions are large-all in all this place is great value-for-money.
Fifty-Six Union is a great place to forget the calorie counter and just indulge! Like most other restaurants in Nantucket this is a seafood joint that offers the best in local as well as global fare. The restaurant has a casual and lively atmosphere and diners can choose an indoor table, which is a more classy setting, or the outdoor patio where the atmosphere is festive and light. You can even pull up a chair at the Bistro Bar and chat up with the fun-loving owners Wendy and Peter. The Tasting Menu is reasonably priced and is a great way to sample a wide range of the chef's creations. Open hours vary by season.
Just a mile's drive from the town, Galley Beach, a chic restaurant tucked in the sand dunes and ocean waves, is where you can enjoy gourmet cuisine while watching the sun go down. The fine-dining restaurant specializes in serving seafood that is locally caught and uses ingredients grown on its organic garden. The menu is updated regularly to incorporate daily catch and also seasonal specials. However, the creamy Clam Chowder and the seasonal salads come highly recommended. On a warm evening, guests can share an intimate conversation while sipping some great drinks at their indoor lounge. The Galley Beach is an unmatched mix of magnificent beach front settings, classic cuisine and finest service-you cannot afford to miss this experience.
The casual bar menu serves such fare as Black Angus cheeseburger with garlic fries, Roasted Rare Kobe Ribeye, Lobster Bisque and Pan-Seared Lobster. You may also eat in the outdoor gardens, which opens in July. The upstairs dining rooms are more formal and the food, such as Pan roasted lobster and Grilled rare block cut tuna, reflects this. Reservations are needed for the dining rooms but not the café or gardens. All offer a full array of beer and has a very impressive wine list.
Something Natural is just that. Fresh natural ingredients piled between two world famous Portuguese white breads and what you have is nothing short of a leaning tower. The locals rave about this institution for its great value and variety. Something Natural is a fair walk out of town, so renting bikes (Young's Bicycle Shop) would be wise.
The Even Keel Café is frequented by locals and tourists alike. Sunshine for sun worshipers and umbrellas for those who've had enough, indoor seating and a bi-level outdoor patio, coffee and a pastry or a meal and wine; they've thought of it all! Locals would suggest the seafood combos they offer, coupled with some heady wines. And at places like the Even Keel Cafe, it's OK to go overboard.Opens daily at 11am.
The theatre off Main Street features latest Hollywood flicks as well as independent films for your viewing pleasure. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. The place is fully air-conditioned and also hosts film festivals and live performances. This is Nantucket's only year-round movie theatre with past hits and recent releases. Films generally start after 7p. Admission: $10 adults, $7 children & seniors.
The Centre Street Bistro offers its patrons a pleasant dining experience with a casual ambiance. Located in the center of town, on charming and popular Centre Street, this bistro features fine dining for lunch and dinner, with such dishes as Sauteed Nantucket Bay Scallops, Seared Salmon with Lemon Aioli and Polena Crostini. For a gourmet experience with an island taste, visit the Centre Street Bistro. Outside seating is available at a choice few tables.
Jeanette and Jerry Carl are artists as well as innkeepers
so their suites, rooms, and cottage are filled with their creations, making The Chestnut House a decorative place to stay. It is also an ideally located accommodation, in the ...
This 1850s sea captain's house is located in the Historic
District next to the Whaling Museum and the Nantucket Yacht Club. All the rooms are either studios or one or two bedroom suites, each with private entrance and a ...
The Davis Family has tastefully furnished the eight guest rooms
in this 19th century inn, each with a private bathroom, television, phone, air conditioning, and heat. The inn is ideal for families with children, as well as couples or ...