Reservations are necessary during the high season, and are best made in advance.
A contemporary hot spot, and just around the corner from the Brant Point Inn. The eclectic menu spans all corners of the globe, with a full sushi menu, Greek chopped salad, and gnocchi Bolognese, to name a few. Lola 41 is also famous for their Lola Burger with Chedder cheese, red onion compote, and foie sauce, as well as their Asian inspired tuna burger. Be warned, however, reservations are necessary at this popular spot.
Located in the White Elephant Hotel, BPG offers a bar overlooking the harbor and al fresco seating for fine dining with fresh seafood, and sustainably raised, and pasture fed beef. For a crab cake, or a bowl of clam chowder try the bar menu at either the indoor or outdoor bar, and BPG also offers an expansive Sunday brunch buffet. Insider Tip: We think the ideal time for the Brant Point Grill is from 1-3 for one of their signature cocktails, and the buck a shuck raw bar by Isle Have Another, and music by local artist PJ Moody. The Brant Point Grill is a short walk from both inns.
The place to mingle with the beautiful people, as well as the only restaurant on the island that offers upscale seating on the beach. This is the spot for a special occasion or to have an al fresco cocktail and watch the sunset. The Galley is a mile from the Brant Point Inn.
This casual and comfortable outdoor restaurant is under new management this year, and promises good-old-fashion New England fare, including raw bar, lobster and fried clams, at family-style prices.
Where the locals go. Good Italian fare at family style prices, with outdoor seating. Fusaro’s is a short cab ride, or drive from the Inn and offers ample parking. Fusaros does not take reservations.