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- MARTHA’S VINEYARD
t many bars it’s the hot customers who get sidelong glances. At the Publick House, it’s the mac ‘n’ cheese. Here this classic comfort food leaves the kitchen baked full of your choice of add-ins—broccoli, bacon, peas, mushrooms, even truffle oil, attracting attention all the way across the room. The dish looks small, but it’s brimming over with cheesy, browned-in-the-oven shells, and so filling you’ll have enough left over to share. The Publick House looks and feels like a hip English pub, but specializes in Belgian and one of Boston’s longest lists of other great craft beers. Just don’t try to order a Bud Light. Moskal
“Yankee Doodle” was sung by the British before the Revolutionary War to mock the colonials for considering themselves “macaroni,” or fashionable people. It was defiantly adopted by the rebellious Americans, and today is the official state anthem of Connecticut.
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