Cape & Islands Dining Guide 2018
Nantucketers put a premium on high-quality, one-of-a-kind dining
Diners with a taste for the romantic often find themselves at The Chanticleer on Nantucket. From a rose garden with al fresco seating to personal dining rooms, it doesn’t get much more intimate than this special location. Opened originally as a small tea house, this quaint spot has flourished—much like the gardens out back—into a premier dining location under the direction of Chef Jeff Worster.
No one could argue that The Languedoc has character—from the local clientele to the variety of dining experiences to be had, there’s something for everyone. In the summer, enjoy the terrace for some quaint al fresco dining, or in the fall, cozy up in the downstairs café or the intimate dining room. The innovative dishes here are French inspired and locally sourced.
The Greydon House restaurant and bar puts an upscale, worldly twist on American favorites. Under the leadership of Executive Chef Marcus Gleadow-Ware, Greydon House provides a simple yet progressive menu in a hip setting. Enjoy the bar, dining room or veranda overlooking the happenings of Broad Street.
Patrick Ridge, chef and owner of the Island Kitchen, has a passion for island living and, of course, food. With a vast culinary experience under his belt, Chef Ridge is offering island natives and visitors alike a one-of-a-kind dining experience. He has incorporated his other love, real estate, into his business to create a multitude of spaces, each with their own culinary offerings and unique character.
It doesn’t get much more original than a bar in an old train car. The Club Car on Main Street, Nantucket is a modern dining space complete with an attached train car turned bar. Baby blue couches and hip lighting set the tone for this modern, upscale spot. Try one of their creative “Seasonal Sippahs” and pair it with equally delicious seasonal menu options.
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