Nantucket Accomodations :
Roberts House Inn : The Roberts House Inn is actually a collection of four buildings. The original house was converted to an inn and has been operating as one for over 100 years. We were in one of the less expensive rooms, the third floor queen, and got a good deal because it was early in the season. The hotel is in a great location and wakable to shops and restaurants.
Dining :The guide book raved about the food and the high-end restaurants that woo chefs from larger cities. We didn’t eat at any of those places but even the food at the more affordable restaurants was unbelievable good.
Easy Street Cantina : the Easy Street Cantina is a great place for a quick bite with many menu options. We had the fish and chips which was great, as was the lemonade.
Starlight Café : the Starlight Café is adjacent to the movie theater. We went there on a Monday night at 7 pm, just as the movie was starting. There apparently had been a crowd before the movie so the kitchen took a little time to catch up and get our food, but it was definitely worth the wait. (And while we were waiting we got to hear the louder parts of Mad Max: Fury Road.) I had the clam chowder which was wonderful and Scott had the vegetarian versions of the grilled shrimp and grits and the roasted Brussels sprouts.