Chefs Shuffle, Restaurants Rotate in 2019
Susie Middleton
When one door closes, another opens. That, thankfully, is the story of food on the Vineyard.
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Building That Houses Red Cat Kitchen Comes Under New Ownership
Noah Asimow
The shingled Kennebec avenue bungalow housing the noted Oak Bluffs eatery Red Cat Kitchen was sold this week for $690,000.
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Sibling Rivalry Is Not on the Menu for Hard Working Courtney Brothers
Bill Eville
On a recent morning Patrick and Ted Courtney paused in their individual duties, just for a moment. The Port Hunter had opened the previous week and the next day their restaurant across the street, the Covington, would open.
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Sophia's, Popular Brazilian Eatery, Will Relocate
Holly Pretsky

The popular Edgartown Brazilian food buffet and convenience store, is moving from its location on Main street in Edgartown, business owner Ademir Silva confirmed this week.

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Little House Cafe Goes on the Market
Landry Harlan
The popular Vineyard Haven restaurant went on the market last last week with an asking price of $1.5 million.
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Pizza for Any Occasion
Kate Athearn
Forget turf fields or canceled ferries, if you want to spark an inspired debate among Islanders, ask them about pizza. Never are Vineyard residents so passionate, so intensely opinionated, as when discussing their personal preferences for the traditional bread, sauce, and cheese combo.
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Josh Aronie Joins Offshore Ale
Landry Harlan
Josh Aronie will take over as the new head chef and kitchen manager of Offshore Ale next month.
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Black Sheep Eyes Second Location Near Airport
Landry Harlan

Owners of The Black Sheep restaurant in Edgartown want to open a second location at the former Tin Hangar near the airport.

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Tisbury School Process Moves Forward; Bobby B's Granted Beer and Wine License
Holly Pretsky
The Massachusetts School Building Authority officially approved plans for the new Tisbury school last week.
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Back Door Donuts Sold to Boston Businessmen
Sara Brown
Three Boston businessmen are the new owners of Back Door Donuts. Janice Casey, who has owned the business for 17 years with her partner Rita Brown, confirmed the sale Wednesday.
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