Fine dining at the inn

The Terrace at The Charlotte Inn celebrates classic French fine dining, highlighting the best locally sourced and seasonal ingredients, exquisitely prepared. Located in the heart of historic Edgartown village on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, The Terrace restaurant offers exceptional fine dining in the elegant, old-world ambiance of The Charlotte Inn’s conservatory dining room and romantic outdoor terrace. Chef Patrice Martineau brings international and national award-winning experience to the acclaimed restaurant. With a Masters in the Culinary Arts from the Chambre Syndicale de l‘Aube, Chef Martineau served as Chef de Cuisine at Peter at the Peninsula in Tokyo. He also spent two-years as the youngest ever Executive Chef of the legendary London Savoy Hotel, and was also Executive Chef for the luxury hotel The Montage in Beverly Hills. He has experienced a longtime relationship with world acclaimed chef Daniel Boulud. Starting as Sous Chef, he quickly moved up the ranks to become Chef de Cuisine, managing the kitchen at Michelin-starred Daniel in Manhattan for several years.

Please visit www.theterracemv.com for more information on our restaurant,
or you may contact us directly at (508)627-6227.

The Terrace Restaurant on Martha's Vineyard

The Charlotte Inn’s restaurant, The Terrace, is open to the public, as well as guests of the inn.

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“The Terrace at The Charlotte Inn is one of Martha’s Vineyard’s best-kept secrets. Most people only find out about the Edgartown restaurant if they’re staying at the Inn . . .  like most high-end restaurants – [the menu] highlights local food, including produce and seafood from island purveyors. The menu boasts New England delicacies prepared using French techniques, flavorful sauces and innovative desserts. The historic inn, which is carefully appointed with Edwardian-era antiques and surrounded by peaceful gardens, harkens back to a simpler time. Walk into The Terrace at The Charlotte Inn for a delicious meal and leave your worries at the door.”Forbes Travel Guide


      Photography by Nina Bramhall and Heather Mullins