Weekend or More in Nantucket
130 Pleasant St.
The handcrafted pastas are extraordinary, but the bread alone is worth the ferry ride.
Where to Shop
“Thirty pounds… and two Beaver hats, one for myself and one for my wife” is the price Nantucket settlers paid for the island in 1659. While beaver hats may be hard to track down this summer, there’s plenty of great shopping in which to partake.
Eye of the Needle
14 Federal St.
Just the place to snag a one-of-a-kind accessory or the summer outfit that becomes your “uniform.”
Murray’s Toggery Shop
62 Main St.
One-stop shopping for traditional dressers and the place to snag your Nantucket Reds.
17 Center St.
Understated (and expensive) elegance for your home.
34 Main St.
From shoes to jewelry to the hottest jeans, there’s always something here you didn’t know you needed.
Please Note: This article was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.