Time for another travel guide to the most beautiful island 30 miles out to sea! Nantucket is a beloved place, graced with elegance, tradition, and fashion! They even have their own signature color, Nantucket Red! Keep reading to get some ideas for the best WKND in Nantucket!
Downyflake Donuts - ride your bike to mid-island and grab some delicious donuts! They also serve a sit down breakfast and lunch with a huge menu.
Sandbar at Jettie’s Beach- go here for a more casual lunch or dinner + drinks with your feet in the sand Jettie’s Beach! Great for adults and kids.
Something Natural - if you’re packing a cooler for a beach day, be sure to order some deliciously fresh sandwiches to pick up beforehand. Add as many toppings as you desire, and the bread is freshest you will find. Their huge cookies are a must for something sweet!
The Beet - If you are shopping downtown and need some lunch, the food here is of wonderful quality and will have you feeling energized for your plans for the rest of the day.
CRU - if you want delicious lobster rolls, oysters, and a crisp glass of rosé along the Nantucket Harbor, this is your place! Great for a happy hour, pick me up before getting ready for the rest of your evening. Be sure to walk down the dock to peruse the beautiful yachts that are nearby.
The Whale - in the middle of Downtown Nantucket, step off the cobblestone roads for American fare and a cozy patio table in the back of the restaurant.
Juice Bar- The best ice cream you can get! Worth the line in downtown Nantucket, and be sure to get a fresh waffle cone.
Cisco’s Brewers - carve out some time to relax at the local brewery, winery, and distillery all in one out by Bartlett’s Farm. There’s local food trucks, live music (usually!) and good vibes.
Milly and Grace - the quaintest ivy-covered shop for all things girly - racks of gorgeous clothing, shoes and accessories, pieces of Nantucket that you can take with you, and the sweetest team who will help you find exactly what you need to complete your weekend outfits.
Bikes! Rent bikes to explore the island on your own. Nantucket is only 15 miles wide with plenty of bike paths. Make sure to stop at a lighthouse along the way! Bike out to Madaket on western side of the island, or Sconset on the eastern side.
There are SO many beaches! Madaket Beach, Steps Beach, Cisco Beach, and more!
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