“Lure Grill draws… discerning diners to sample some of the Island’s most exquisite and creatively prepared seafood…”
Fodor’s Choice Highest Rating – 2011
Home of the famous Flying Horses Carousel, the oldest continuously operated carousel in the country. Colorful, unusual and brightly colored Victorian “gingerbread” cottages surround the famed Tabernacle, center of cultural activities in Oak Bluffs. There is a popular night scene, restaurants, bars, and movie theatres. Oak Bluffs is a spectacular nine-mile (flat) bike ride from the Winnetu along family-friendly State Beach (where the movie “Jaws” was filmed in 1974).