Black-Eyed Susan's Review
From a passing glance, you'd never peg this seemingly humble storefront as one of Nantucket's chic eateries—but as the invariable lines attest, it is. The luncheonette setup is offset by improbably fancy glass chandeliers, and hard-core foodies lay claim to the stools to observe chef Jeff Worster's often pyromaniacal "open kitchen." (A note to the heat-averse: it can get toasty inside—you might want to request a patio table.) The dinner menu, which changes every few weeks, ventures boldly around the world. Breakfast (served until 1 pm) includes such eye-openers as pancakes fortified with Jarlsberg cheese.
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