Where to go on Nantucket
There are plenty of spots to stay on Nantucket. Your choice, not unlike the choice facing Mark Philippoussis every Monday night, is whether to go cougar or kitten.
To help you along we have provided three Nantucket inns that we feel should make your final cut--two kittens and a cougar.
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You aren't going to be finding a Starbucks on Nantucket, and if you ask for one, god help you, you might get pummeled on the spot.
Luckily there are plenty of good spots on the Island to grab a morning bagel or pastry and a tasty caffeinated beverage. Some of the spots feel glam, some feel local, sine are worth the extra walk, and some are not even worth mentioning.
Good news. You can get a good mean on Nantucket without having to spend a fortune. Better news. Nantucket restaurants often are the beginning and ending spots for many looking to enjoy nightlife on the Island.
Restaurant staffers off shift, locals, and tourists, everyone on Nantucket hits up the Island restaurants at one point or another.
Once on Nantucket you are going to want to find a nice spot to soak in the nightlife. Yes, it is a quiet island, but that doesn't mean there is nothing to do once the sun goes down. With the uber-rich summer crowd co-mingling nightly with the twenty somethings looking to make a boatload of cash in local restaurants, bars, and hotels, you are bound to find some party action, if you know where to look.
Whether you need a drink to recover from your hectic workweek, bask in the glow of your glorious summer island retreat, or put up with the onslaught of men in pink shirts and critter pants--point is most folks on Nantucket need a drink.