Nantucket has some of the best fine dining on the East Coast. This feature keeps you up to date every issue with who’s who and what’s new.
While on a summer break from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y., Nantucketer Ned Claflin invited his good buddy and classmate Jon Tancinco to spend some time with him at his parents’ home...read more
The indefatigable Brazilian native knows how to fill seats in the competitive Nantucket restaurant market. He is not, however, trying to break any records with his accomplishments. He moves from project to...read more
One of the true LUXURIES of summer for those who appreciate FINE FOOD is leaning back in one’s chair at GALLEY BEACH, gazing across the stretch of sand to the blue waters of Nantucket Sound as sailboats...read more
“Correct ramen noodles have chew, texture and elasticity, they stand up to the broth,” said Liam Mackey, The Nautilus restaurant executive chef. “Broth can be hotter than boiling because it has fat in it....read more
Restaurateur MARCO COELHO operates at a different speed than most of us. If you’ve ever encountered this Brazilian-born Nantucket transplant, you know exactly what I mean. He is always in motion, his...read more
When one door on Nantucket closes, another often opens, and so it was when after 35 years, the bright red door at 9 India St. closed at DeMarco last September, and reopened as The Proprietors Bar & Table,...read more
The perfect panacea for a day in the HOT SUN and salt water might just be a sip of SUMMER FLAVOR over plenty of ice. Whether you are partial to a sweet frozen treat, or something light, savory and...read more
TOPPER’S AT THE WAUWINET, with Kyle Zachary as executive chef, is celebrating its 25th anniversary this summer. Raise a toast to Topper’s with Woody 25, the 10-year-old single-malt whisky distilled at...read more
This is particularly true for MET on MAIN, the fifth restaurant by mainland restaurateur and Nantucket summer resident Kathy Sidell, whose newest addition replaces the Even Keel Café on Main Street.
Growing up in the blue-collar town of New Britain, Connecticut, Tom Fusaro and his family would drive to his grandmother’s house every Sunday after church. Nana Jean would have been up since six in the...read more