It’s Daffy Weekend and we are soo ready for some orange and yellow action! We hope you all enjoy the Annual Nantucket daffodil Festival as much as we do and are looking forward to another great Nantucket summer. We are Open for Brunch at 11:30 am on Saturday & Sunday. Check our new brunch specials! If you like mimosas, you’ll receive a fresh squeezed pitcher of orange juice —free— with a purchase of a bottle of sparkling wine. Come on in, we have one of Continue reading →
Yes, its a snowy winter this year, BUT these little gems appeared this past weekend on Nantucket. Reminding us that Spring is right around the corner. Brotherhood is re-opening Friday March 14, at 5pm. Serving lunch and dinners on weekends only until the construction downtown is wrapped up. Stay tuned for updates, come on down and have a drink by the fires and enjoy some good food and good company!
Thanks to everyone who came out for ACKtoberfest at the Brotherhood! We had a great turnout; many people enjoyed our delicious German food cooked right out on the patio, live German music, lederhosen-attired staff, and of course, German beer. We can’t wait for next year! To see more pictures from the day, visit our Flickr page!
Editor’s Note: This is the first in our series of post from Brotherhood diners. If you are interested in contributing your dining experience to our blog, please email email@example.com. In this post, Amy Deveau and her friend Ratty visited the island the day after Thanksgiving and ended up at the Brotherhood for the first time after discovering many other restaurants to be closed. They had a great time enjoying the slower vibe that is the off-season at the Brotherhood: same delicious food and fantastic live Continue reading →
Sen. Scott Brown met with constituents and signed copies of his book, Against All Odds, at the Brotherhood of Thieves patio last Friday. It was just one of many events and activities on Nantucket that Sen. Brown has taken part in this summer. Read more in the Inquirer & Mirror.
For the past 30 years, Vice President Joe Biden and his family have spent the Thanksgiving holiday on Nantucket. The Brotherhood of Thieves is also a Thanksgiving tradition for the second family; they’ve eaten at the restaurant for the past several years, as documented in the Inquirer & Mirror in 2009 and 2010. Not only does the Vice President enjoy the restaurant, but so does the Secret Service — this Thanksgiving, the agents were familiar faces in the Brotherhood dining rooms while off-duty. A big thank you to Continue reading →
In this week’s Inquirer & Mirror, there was an article entitled “Restaurant closures leave few culinary presents for visitors” which highlighted the large number of restaurants closed for the season. The Brotherhood, though, is still open! As a community staple, The Brotherhood of Thieves provides a a comfortable and familiar place to get away from the winter chill. Step inside to find fires roaring in our fireplaces, a special winter drinks menu (hot spiced cider, anyone?), and your favorite items still on the menu.
In this week’s paper, Joshua Balling reported that “Stroll a success for participants, restaurants alike.” The Brotherhood was no exception. For this year’s stroll we opened the patio seating and outdoor bar Saturday, complete with a space heater and a tent over the patio to keep in the warmth. It’s a good thing the patio was opened, because the Brotherhood was slammed all day. Like the Whaling Museum, lines formed outside of the Brotherhood before we opened! Thanks to all who came out to enjoy Continue reading →
Singer-songwriter Pierce Pettis, best known for his 2004 release “Great Big World” from Nashville’s Compass Records, got his start playing at the Brotherhood of Thieves. The album, named one of the top-10 albums of the year by several folk-radio stations including Boston’s WUMB, has catapulted Pettis to “the highest level of obscure success,” he told the Inquirer & Mirror. A few years after graduating from college in the mid-1980s, Pettis played a gig at the old Brotherhood of Thieves restaurant. The audience was rowdy, and the restaurant’s Continue reading →