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Captain Spring Guidebook

Chris

Captain Spring Guidebook

Food scene
The Vineyard has an incredible selection of great restaurants and eateries with fresh, locally grown ingredients. Talk about farm to table...the Vineyard is the place to enjoy a different meal out every day. If you like staying in, you can't go wrong picking up your favorite ingredients from a farm or fish stand.
Great, simple, fresh menu. Eat outside. Wine!
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Waterside Market
82 Main Street
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Great, simple, fresh menu. Eat outside. Wine!
A great casual, intimate setting. Sit down? Definitely The Little House, get the fish tacos, a nice lite lunch.
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Little House Café
339 State Road
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A great casual, intimate setting. Sit down? Definitely The Little House, get the fish tacos, a nice lite lunch.
Casual, fun, kid friendly, Off Shore Ale, hands down.
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Offshore Ale Co
30 Kennebec Avenue
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Casual, fun, kid friendly, Off Shore Ale, hands down.
Quick Lunch LaChoza burritos are amazing. They are build your own. Bring cash and make sure you figure out what you want first before you begin to order. (they are easily frustrated with unsure customers) Grab and go to the park to eat!
La Choza
4 Main St
Quick Lunch LaChoza burritos are amazing. They are build your own. Bring cash and make sure you figure out what you want first before you begin to order. (they are easily frustrated with unsure customers) Grab and go to the park to eat!
Seafood Net Result, right down Beach Road past 5 corners. They sell the freshest seafood for cooking. You can grab a great lobster roll, fried clams or even fresh sushi and sit outside on the picnic tables.
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The Net Result
79 Beach Road
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Seafood Net Result, right down Beach Road past 5 corners. They sell the freshest seafood for cooking. You can grab a great lobster roll, fried clams or even fresh sushi and sit outside on the picnic tables.
Definitely a bit more upscale but still a casual vibe. Open for dinner, chefs selections. Get a reservation, they fill up fast. Great views of the lagoon.
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Beach Road
79 Beach Rd
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Definitely a bit more upscale but still a casual vibe. Open for dinner, chefs selections. Get a reservation, they fill up fast. Great views of the lagoon.
Arguably one of the best fine dining restaurants on the Island. You'll have to trek to Edgartown but it's worth it. Take a walk before dinner down to the harbor or up Water Street. Get a reservation or if it's a last minute idea, you can easily get a seat at the bar if you go right when they open.
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The Covington Restaurant
52 Main St
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Arguably one of the best fine dining restaurants on the Island. You'll have to trek to Edgartown but it's worth it. Take a walk before dinner down to the harbor or up Water Street. Get a reservation or if it's a last minute idea, you can easily get a seat at the bar if you go right when they open.
Pick up the most fresh, locally grown ingredients for your home cooked meal OR grab something they prepare and sit outside on the picnic benches right on the farm!
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MORNING GLORY FARM
290 Edgartown West Tisbury Road
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Pick up the most fresh, locally grown ingredients for your home cooked meal OR grab something they prepare and sit outside on the picnic benches right on the farm!
By far the best breakfast joint on the island. It's a must but get there early! No reservations but plan to wait 45 minutes.
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ArtCliff Diner
38 Beach Rd
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By far the best breakfast joint on the island. It's a must but get there early! No reservations but plan to wait 45 minutes.
By far the best sandwiches on the vineyard! You have to try the Liz Lemon, my favorite. And if there is no other reason to vacation here in the winter, well, try the meatball hero that only appears here in the off-season. It's a locals secret. Great coffee and home-made breakfast sweets!
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7aFoods
1045 State Road
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By far the best sandwiches on the vineyard! You have to try the Liz Lemon, my favorite. And if there is no other reason to vacation here in the winter, well, try the meatball hero that only appears here in the off-season. It's a locals secret. Great coffee and home-made breakfast sweets!
Our Towns
"The Vineyard" as most call it, is approximately 7 miles off the coast of Massachusetts just south of Cape Cod. The island has 100 square miles of beautiful, serene landscapes. The allure of Martha’s Vineyard is due to its unspoiled charm. With over 53 miles of shore-line and 42 miles of it are sandy beaches that vary from protected, shallow, clear-water stretches on the northern and eastern sides of the Island to expanses of rumbling surf along the south side of the Island. There are no traffic lights, no fast food joints, no chain stores. Each of its five towns offers a one-of-a-kind experience and flavor. The geography offers a unique mix from farmland and rolling hills to forest to long, sandy beaches to the up-island cliffs. The island offers something different for every season. Each town is unique.
Oak Bluffs is the lively seaside town of colorful gingerbread cottages and Victorian summer homes. Settled in 1835 as a religious retreat, today is better known for its family-style summer fun. Home to the famous Martha's Vineyard fireworks, Ocean Park Gazebo and Back Door Donuts!
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Oak Bluffs
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Oak Bluffs is the lively seaside town of colorful gingerbread cottages and Victorian summer homes. Settled in 1835 as a religious retreat, today is better known for its family-style summer fun. Home to the famous Martha's Vineyard fireworks, Ocean Park Gazebo and Back Door Donuts!
Edgartown is a living memorial to the great age of whaling. This truly New England style village is defined by its stately white clapboard houses, rose-covered picket fences and a lighthouse that stands at the entrance to the harbor. Just across the harbor is Chappaquiddick, accessible year-round by a small car and bike ferry.
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Edgartown
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Edgartown is a living memorial to the great age of whaling. This truly New England style village is defined by its stately white clapboard houses, rose-covered picket fences and a lighthouse that stands at the entrance to the harbor. Just across the harbor is Chappaquiddick, accessible year-round by a small car and bike ferry.
Making up most of the central part of the island, West Tisbury covers 34 square miles and has a year-round population of 3,151. With farms, fields and rolling hills. Stone walls, secret beaches and miles of trail, West Tis is home to many acres of State Forest, scenic beaches, rich farm land and have many historical structures still in use today. It continues to retain much of the rural atmosphere and neighborly sense of community that made it notable.
West Tisbury
Making up most of the central part of the island, West Tisbury covers 34 square miles and has a year-round population of 3,151. With farms, fields and rolling hills. Stone walls, secret beaches and miles of trail, West Tis is home to many acres of State Forest, scenic beaches, rich farm land and have many historical structures still in use today. It continues to retain much of the rural atmosphere and neighborly sense of community that made it notable.
Vineyard Haven is the main port of entry to the island. This bustling seaport is the center of commerce all year round. Main Street is packed with shops of every kind. The harbor sits between East Chop and West Chop, a natural refuge use for centuries by sailors awaiting good weather.
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Vineyard Haven
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Vineyard Haven is the main port of entry to the island. This bustling seaport is the center of commerce all year round. Main Street is packed with shops of every kind. The harbor sits between East Chop and West Chop, a natural refuge use for centuries by sailors awaiting good weather.
Chilmark is the place for rural landscapes and ocean beaches. With expansive views and windy roads, this picturesque island town is great for a mid-day drive.
Chilmark
Chilmark is the place for rural landscapes and ocean beaches. With expansive views and windy roads, this picturesque island town is great for a mid-day drive.
Menemsha is the islands quintessential New England fishing town. With a working harbor it's home to the freshest fish on the island. The small street approaching the harbor is lines with small artists studios and the best fried clam shack around!
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Menemsha
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Menemsha is the islands quintessential New England fishing town. With a working harbor it's home to the freshest fish on the island. The small street approaching the harbor is lines with small artists studios and the best fried clam shack around!
Aquinnah, known for its beautiful clay cliffs and historic light house, it is also home to the Wampanoag Tribe, the vineyards original native settlers.
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Aquinnah
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Aquinnah, known for its beautiful clay cliffs and historic light house, it is also home to the Wampanoag Tribe, the vineyards original native settlers.
MUST DO Activities
It's a "must" experience. The oldest operating carousel in the US. So coo just to swing by and watch the kids and adults alike, enjoy! And try and grab the brass ring for a prize!
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Flying Horses
15 Oak Bluffs Avenue
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It's a "must" experience. The oldest operating carousel in the US. So coo just to swing by and watch the kids and adults alike, enjoy! And try and grab the brass ring for a prize!
If you've come this far, you need to check out these historic cliffs left behind by the ice-age. Part of the island Native American land, these sacred cliffs are breath-taking. It's a bit of a drive out there but well worth it! Enjoy the rolling hills and scenic views on your way out.
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Aquinnah Cliffs Overlook
31 Aquinnah Cir
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If you've come this far, you need to check out these historic cliffs left behind by the ice-age. Part of the island Native American land, these sacred cliffs are breath-taking. It's a bit of a drive out there but well worth it! Enjoy the rolling hills and scenic views on your way out.
A great activity for you and the kids. Pet and feed the alpacas and learn about their place on the island. The company store is amazing with hand made, Island Alpaca wears.
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Island Alpaca Company
1 Head of the Pond Rd
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A great activity for you and the kids. Pet and feed the alpacas and learn about their place on the island. The company store is amazing with hand made, Island Alpaca wears.
Vineyard Lighthouses
This historic lighthouse was constructed in 1869. Take a short drive for a walk and visit. The views are amazing. Great for reading a book or taking family pics.
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East Chop Lighthouse
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This historic lighthouse was constructed in 1869. Take a short drive for a walk and visit. The views are amazing. Great for reading a book or taking family pics.
Built in 1881, this historic landmark still operates today under the management of the US Coast Guard. Park up near West Chop Tennis club and walk the road down. Great views and amazing historic houses.
West Chop Lighthouse
Built in 1881, this historic landmark still operates today under the management of the US Coast Guard. Park up near West Chop Tennis club and walk the road down. Great views and amazing historic houses.
Gay Head Light was built in 1796. It was moved most recently about 100' back from the eroding cliffs. The views are incredible. It's worth the drive to see this historic beauty!
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Gay Head Lighthouse
15 Aquinnah Circle
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Gay Head Light was built in 1796. It was moved most recently about 100' back from the eroding cliffs. The views are incredible. It's worth the drive to see this historic beauty!
You'll need to venture over to Chappy to see this wonder. But worth it as it sits way out on the tip of the island. Worth a day trip and check out the other treasures on Chappy!
Cape Poge Lighthouse
You'll need to venture over to Chappy to see this wonder. But worth it as it sits way out on the tip of the island. Worth a day trip and check out the other treasures on Chappy!

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SPRING!!!
Nothing is more energizing than the awakening of the Vineyard towns just before summer. Be the first to taste this season's, world famous Back Door Doughnuts. (mid-April) Stroll up Main Street and get the fist crack at the best Vineyard shopping has to offer. Enjoy the pre-season buzz around as the islanders get ready for the summer fun. The beaches are crisp from the winter tides and the sand is untouched. The flowers are budding and the farmers market is just kicking off. Fire up the grill under the trellis with a fresh catch from Menemsha or be the first to sample the newest restaurants!
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SUMMER!!
Summer is our most popular time of year. With 42 miles of sandy beach, over 100 miles of bike paths, 3 shopping towns, farm stands, horse farms, ponds and harbors. Captain Spring House is the ideal location. Enjoy the morning sun with an outdoor shower. Get some mid-day sun on our two decks perched high above Main Street with sweeping harbor views. Sip cocktails in the top floor rooftop bar before a short walk to some of the Vineyards most popular restaurants. Having trouble getting a ferry ticket for your car? No issue. Captain Spring House is a short walk from the ferry. So no car needed.
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FALL!!
The crowds have dwindled and now the islanders enjoy this special place. The smell of the leaves turning, the beach sand still warm from the hot summer sun and the restaurants now easy to get a reservation. The fall foliage on the island is not only breathtaking against ocean views - it also moves slowly across the island from Edgartown to Aquinnah - making those yellow, orange, and red tree bursts last a wonderfully long time. Captain Spring House is the perfect location for strolling through town, situated 1 block from Main Street. Get the best shopping deals of the year!
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WINTER!!!
Winter on the Vineyard is magical. Holiday lights, snow covered hills and the hustle and bustle of the season. Cozy up in front of the fireplace while sipping a warm beverage. Enjoy your favorite meal cooking in our gourmet chefs kitchen. Watch Sunday football while shooting some pool, on the first floor in your very own sports bar and game room. A block from your front door, the shops are all open for finding that perfect holiday gift. The single best week for shopping on the Vineyard is between Christmas and New Years. 50%+ off sales everywhere! Island activities are a plenty!