Just a few days until the Fourth and I am so excited to head out to the Vineyard for a nice mini vacation. I can’t wait to relax at the pool, hit the beach, enjoy the outdoor shower, a workout class and shop or eat downtown with my family!
While there are so many fun activities to be done, I love to start the day with a breakfast sandwich and a coffee on-the-go from downtown Edgartown. Usually I will eat at home, but I love to bike downtown or take a quick ride with my family in the morning when town is less crowded. Over the years, I’ve definitely had my fair share of breakfast sandwiches in Edgartown, so without further ado, here are my favorite places in no particular order:
Rosewater Market’s breakfast sandwich is delicious the most customizable of the list — you can pick from several different options to create your ideal breakfast sandwich for a fixed price. I always order the biscuit with a fried egg, goat cheese, avocado and greens! They also have many different coffee and pastry options, as well as regular sandwiches and other provisions!
Espresso Love has different types of bagels with options of eggs or cream cheese. My top two from the menu would be The Islander (your choice of bagel, veggie cream cheese, bacon, cucumber) or the Church Street (your choice of bagel, egg, cheddar, avocado, lettuce, tomato.) The Vienna Latte is life changing and I would highly recommend it. Espresso love also has a lovely outdoor seating area in the shade!
Toccopuro has amazing coffees and teas. The iced mocha love is my personal favorite. Toccopuro also makes a decent breakfast sandwich which you can ask for on an english muffin or one of their croissants. If you’re more about the coffee and pastries, I would definitely stop by this Edgartown staple.
Murdick’s has a cafe? You guessed it. The cafe is adjacent to Murdick’s Fudge and Island Company. They make a great, classic bacon, egg, and cheese on a bagel. Plain and simple is key. I’m honestly not sure about the coffee situation, but I’m sure they have it! Stop by next door to watch the fudge being made and smell the warm chocolate.
The Meat & Fish Market may not be your first thought for a morning breakfast and coffee run. They do serve Starbucks, but they also make bagel sandwiches in the morning. I love the salt bagel when I am feeling something extra savory, and you can’t go wrong with Starbucks coffee or tea.
Living right off Katama Road, I’m partial to the Katama Store! They just redid the whole store last summer, and they have very simple breakfast sandwiches and delicious, warm scones in the morning. The coffee there is also simple but decent, hot or iced! Pick up breakfast, coffee and many other provisions here on your way to South Beach.
Hopefully this guide is helpful for those searching for a breakfast on-the-go in Edgartown this summer. Let me know if I missed any great, grab-and-go breakfast sandwiches in the comments!