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Dune Restaurant + Bar - Where to Eat - Hero Banner
Dune Restaurant + Bar
Easy Street - Where to Eat - Hero Banner
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Easy Street - Where to Eat - Hero Banner
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  • A Meal You Can’t Beat

    Café culture has become a beloved part of our island experience. Autumn evenings are still warm enough to be comfortable at sidewalk tables, and the island’s balmy October days add to the fun of sitting outside for lunch and late afternoon cocktails. With more than half-a-dozen restaurants offering inviting sidewalk dining complete with romantic bistro lights draped overhead, umbrellas, pretty plantings, and enticing aromas, you might think it hard to choose. It’s not: walk past the others and head to The Beet at 9 South Water Street. The post A Meal You Can’t Beat appeared first on Yesterdays Island, Todays Nantucket.

Nantucket Fine Dining

There’s a fine dining restaurant on every street in downtown Nantucket, making the island a destination for people who love food. There are restaurants on the beach where sunsets get a round of applause; restaurants where every course is a sensory experience; and restaurants who have earned international accolades. A few of the island’s fine dining restaurants are open year-round, offering culinary treats during the deep winter months, but most open for Nantucket Daffodil Festival Weekend and close between Columbus Day and Christmas Stroll.

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  • A Meal You Can’t Beat

    Café culture has become a beloved part of our island experience. Autumn evenings are still warm enough to be comfortable at sidewalk tables, and the island’s balmy October days add to the fun of sitting outside for lunch and late afternoon cocktails. With more than half-a-dozen restaurants offering inviting sidewalk dining complete with romantic bistro lights draped overhead, umbrellas, pretty plantings, and enticing aromas, you might think it hard to choose. It’s not: walk past the others and head to The Beet at 9 South Water Street. The post A Meal You Can’t Beat appeared first on Yesterdays Island, Todays Nantucket.