An outfit from our first full day on Nantucket – one that was so relaxing and enjoyable, we didn’t feel the need to leave The Wauwinet! After taking a leisurely stroll on the beach in the morning, we lunched at Topper’s, the inn’s highly-rated restaurant, and were not at all disappointed. Unfortunately I couldn’t try the locally-sourced oysters that they’re known for (B said they were delicious), but my fried chicken sandwich topped with “sri-ranch-a” and kimchee plus a bite or two of B’s buttery lobster roll easily made up for that. And I loved that the breads were served in Nantucket lightship baskets. After lunch we went for a bike ride on a couple of the inn’s complimentary bicycles – a great way to explore the island. Of course we needed to re-fuel after such a strenuous endeavor, which proved to be right about the time the inn was serving their afternoon cheese and port (not that we timed it that way or anything ;-).
District of Chic was a guest of The Wauwinet, all views and opinions are my own.