From cobblestone streets to the mandated gray shingles on every structure, including American Seasons, Nantucket is the definition of quaint.
Mike LaScola can tell you all about the challenges and quirks of living—and running a restaurant—on an island like Nantucket. The chef/owner of American Seasons probably wouldn’t bring it up, but I had to ask after being so impressed with the depth and quality of restaurants in the historic town I thought was known more for its whaling history and famous visitors. Just getting to and from the island 30 miles south of Cape Cod in Massachusetts can be difficult. The ferry ...
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