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- MARTHA’S VINEYARD
ust outside downtown Vineyard Haven, and easy to miss, is a bakery with its own farm to produce the organic eggs and other ingredients used in the likes of Irish soda bread, a veggie stir fry, scones, and muffins. But the real secret of the Scottish Bakehouse is the brownies, melt-in-your-mouth chocolatey and rich, and the almond croissants, which are so good that a customer wrote a song about them. Even the sandwiches are made from local ingredients, including a lamb burger. The Bakehouse Farm out back is open to the public, too, selling vegetables, herbs, and cut flowers from a self-serve stand on the honor system.
Martha’s Vineyard was originally part of New York from 1683 to 1691 when it, along with Nantucket, were transferred to the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
Daily, 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Farm stand May 1 through October, daily, dawn to dusk
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