Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Mug of the Month - MV Stock Exchange

 In honor of the rising stock exchange in 2017,  the first mug of 2018 features the Martha's Vineyard Stock Exchange.  You can still get advice from them here:

http://www.mvinvestmentadvisors.com/team/ted-desrosiers

Friday, December 1, 2017

Mug of the Month - Sharky's Cantina

This month's mug is from Sharky's Cantina - long an island favorite in Oak Bluffs and near the triangle in Edgartown.  Open year round so get some tasty tacos: http://sharkyscantina.com/


Saturday, November 4, 2017

Mug of the Month - MV Film Festival


The MV Film Festival is a summer staple on the island - they always have interesting films, often with great discussion and fun dinners before the show - here is the link to their web site: http://tmvff.org/



Sunday, October 1, 2017

Mug of the Month - Humphreys

Humphreys has been around longer than me!  It is the island favorite for the Gobbler sandwich and fresh donuts.  Link to the site: http://humphreysmv.com/


Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Mug of the Month - Right Fork Diner






Always a fun spot to catch a bite to eat and watch the planes, the Right Fork Diner has yummy food and great views:

Right Fork Diner

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Mug of the Month - AIDS Alliance of Martha's Vineyard



Here is a classic mug from the AIDS Alliance of Martha's Vineyard - what a great story of support and success - they are no longer with us, but the services are provided by family planning:

AIDS Alliance of MV History

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Mug of the Month - The Barn Bowl & Bistro

A great place to go any time of year is The Barn Bowl & Bistro in Oak Bluffs.  The food is really wonderful and the service is great.  The beers are always well chilled with a great selection.

Put your name in and after dinner you get to bowl - each lane is named after a Vineyard town or landmark.  They tell me its not like golf where a low score is a good score!

Here is a link to the facility:

http://thebarnmv.com/

The mugs are very special as they are made by an American pottery company from Minnesota:

http://www.greyfoxpottery.com/