Flashback to ACK

February 8, 2012

Although we haven’t had too much of a winter here in New York, I couldn’t help but feel inspired to plan a summer holiday when Donna shared these photos with me. Check them out for a flashback to Nantucket that will leave you with a craving for a warm ocean sunset.

Last summer the bf’s family graciously hosted us at their beautiful home on Nantucket. Every day we ate ice cream and went swimming at one of Nantucket’s many beaches. If it weren’t for the cold water, Nantucket would have my all time favorite beaches; but regardless, this place is amazing. We were there in the middle of July and pretty much had the entire beach to ourselves. There aren’t restrictions on ball playing, dogs, alcohol, or even driving onto the sand. And you don’t have to pay to get onto the beach **cough cough** Long Island.

One of the highlights of our trip was spending an evening at TOPPER’S Restaurant. They are located in the luxurious Wauwinet hotel. A quintessential New England seaside setting that offers views of both the Nantucket Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.  The food was good but the sunset, ambiance, and complimentary boat rides aboard the Wauwinet Lady made the evening.

Lobster Bisque with poached lobster and truffle cream

Romaine lettuce with white anchovies, parmesan, pesto croutons, and creamy roasted garlic dressing

Sitting room in the The Wauwinet & Wagyu beef burger with aged Vermont cheddar, caramelized onions, and Bartlett Farm tomatoes

BVI Pusser’s British Navy Rum, Orange Juice, Coco Lopez, Pineapple Juice and Nutmeg

Poached lobster & summer corn

Wine & Tart flambée with onions, bacon, and crème fraîche

Hand-cut fries with parmesan, herbs, and truffle aioli

"Pain Killer" & Caesar salad

Bread and butter & Nantucket lighthouse

Lobster bisque with truffle cream & Ice water with lemon

Romaine lettuce and red wine

Sunfish sailing on Nantucket Bay

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