Martha’s Vineyard

Martha’s Vineyard

Hugging a lake that catches Florida’s rays and sends them shimmering across the water, Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resort strives to turn your simple family vacation into a nautical adventure of fun in the sun. A Florida vacation isn’t complete without the beach, and luckily, this resort comes with several built in! But while the beach is great, the heat is not, and there is no better place to grab a bite to eat while you beat the heat than at Martha’s Vineyard.

As the name suggests, Martha’s Vineyard has an atmosphere based loosely on an elegant island off the coast of Cape Cod, where relaxation seeps in as freely as the sea mist. While the seashell displays and stylish table and chair décor keeps up this appearance, the food is a bit more simple, yet relatable. However, when it comes to the drinks, this is the place to be. Whether you are partying poolside or taking a retreat from the heat, a sip and a snack is just what you’ll find at Martha’s Vineyard.

Our visit began with our eyes adjusting to the window-lit dining room and a small sign that indicated we were in the right place. Cast members were running back and forth behind the bar and taking trays to and from the pool deck, making it clear that their service did extend out into the daylight. Taking a seat at the bar, this reviewer didn’t know whether to grab a food or beverage menu. Seeing only a drink menu, we went with that. In fact, we might have first banished the idea of this being a quick service joint, but soon saw trays of sushi and sandwiches heading out onto the patio.

After ordering what was described as being a “dangerously delicious” drink, a “Grab and Go” menu was presented via the bartender. The sushi rolls were on there, along with wraps, sandwiches, burgers, and even a few kids’ items. While the grub at this quick service stand looked rather enticing, despite its simplicity, the moment the “dangerously delicious” drink arrived it was hard to think of anything else.

It was a Banana Cabana. Cruzan Mango Rum, Coruba Coconut Rum, Crème De Banana, orange juice, pineapple juice, and a float of Grenadine all danced together like sunlight in a cup. With a wedge of orange and pineapple, this wonderfully fruity beverage could only have been better if enjoyed at poolside. While Martha’s Vineyard was certainly meant to be relished from the inside, it might be even more enjoyable out in the sunlight.

There are plenty of drinks to choose from as well as a good many quick bites that are sure to make Martha’s Vineyard a great pick whether you are inside or outside. Either way, you are cooling down, and that’s all that matters. Next time you are roasting by the pool, stop in at Martha’s Vineyard instead, and let your taste buds revel in something cool.

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Food: As much a snack bar as it is a drink bar, Martha’s Vineyard offers some basic snacks like Turkey Wraps and Cheese burgers, but you’re more likely to find a refreshing drink to “wow” you than a spectacular dish. However, they do have sushi, which, though odd, could be very pleasant poolside.

Atmosphere: A small, upscale, comfortable dining room with a seemingly full bar and a bit of low lighting make this the perfect place for Beach Club Resort guests to take a break from the sun and unwind with a snack and a drink.

Service: Quick and convenient in every respect. Catering to poolside guests and sit-down folks alike, Martha’s Vineyard has the ultimate Grab and Go menu and the service to go with it.

Tips: Take Martha’s Vineyard for what it is: a quick service restaurant. When you’re ready for a light lunch and another round of drinks, take a break from the sun and cool off in this cozy little room of nautical class and comfort.

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Ryan Negrini has worked tirelessly to write stories worth sharing. Apart from his writing exploits, he is a creative writing consultant at Valencia College in Orlando, Fl. His inspiration often comes from the earth and its quirky nature, but sometimes shifts to current events.