Overhead shot of avocado toast with vegetables, eggs and potatoes

Best Places to Brunch on Martha's Vineyard

We love summers on the Vineyard, with time spent at the beach, exploring the island, and eating out at all the fabulous restaurants. While we serve our signature small plates breakfast at of our boutique Edgartown hotels, guests at Oak Bluffs hotel, Summercamp, often enjoy heading out to find the best places to brunch on Martha's Vineyard. Whether you're looking for a casual bite before heading to the beach or for a more drawn-out affair with drinks and decadent dishes, we have a recommendation for the best brunch on Martha's Vineyard. Enjoy brunching at one of these three Oak Bluffs brunch spots the next time you're on a lark to Martha's Vineyard.

Linda Jean's | 25 Circuit Ave, Oak Bluffs | (508) 693-4093

This Martha's Vineyard institution regularly gets voted as having the best breakfast by Martha's Vineyard magazine. Breakfast here is simple, with all the classics: omelets, french toast, steak and eggs, and waffles. With large portions, low prices, and plenty of hot coffee, Linda Jean's has everything you've come to expect and love about diner breakfasts.

Slice of Life | 50 Circuit Ave, Oak Bluffs | (508) 693-3838

Stop into this café and bakery for brunch and grab a seat on the covered porch. While the breakfast and brunch menu might look standard, it's full of little touches that elevate it, like scallion garlic potato pancakes and housemade buttermilk biscuits. In the fall and winter, Sunday brunch brings fun items like breakfast nachos and a morning BLT, made with a fried-green-tomato. No matter the season, we love Slice of Life's bakery case—don't leave brunch without taking a peek!

Beetlebung | 53 Circuit Ave, Oak Bluffs | (508) 696-0053

Located in a 100-year old building, this bistro and speakeasy was an instant hit with locals and visitors alike when it opened three years ago. While we love to pop in in the evenings for a cocktail and a taste of the Oak Bluffs nightlife, the brunch menu calls to us when we're in the mood for overstuffed omelets and french toast bread pudding. Don't miss one of their signature brunch drinks, like the A&P Bellini, named for the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company that once occupied the building.