Centre Street Bistro
This tiny, local bistro, at the end of a narrow hallway in the Meeting House building, gives guests a glimpse of the year-round experience on the island. The two chefs, Tim and Ruth Pitts, value quality over quantity, favoring a cozy restaurant with ten tables that expands onto the front patio in the summer. The walls are decorated with local art, and server Sarah skillfully manages the entire dining room. This true-to-the-island experience is only made better from the thoughtful menu and consistently good food. Open year-round, Centre Street Bistro serves lunch and dinner, as well as brunch on the weekend. Favorites include their goat cheese tart appetizer and seared duck entree; for brunch, it's a full stack of buttermilk pancakes. This local bistro is BYOB, and guests often stop at Murray's Liquor Store on Main Street to pick up their drink of choice.