New York Times


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“We stayed at the Dockside Inn, and judging by the size and location of the room, we got the last one. Situated just a few blocks from where we debarked in Oak Bluffs, the inn is accurately described on its Jolly Rancher-like bathroom soap wrapper as a “candy colored Victorian B & B on the harbor.” Our room had two chairs on a porch so Kate and I could hang out after the baby went to bed, a hot tub in the garden area and, most important, a very reasonable rate of $105 for Sunday and Monday nights and $150 for Saturday.

After checking in, we walked across Circuit Avenue into the Coop de Ville bar and restaurant, and started our weekend with a Wachusett Green Monsta Ale ($5) and a nicely fried, though possibly hyperbolic, “Vineyard’s Best Fish Sandwich” with fries ($7.99)…..”

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