Island Supper Series

Join us for a series of delicious dinners featuring ingredients harvested from Vineyard farmers, fishermen and herdsmen. Chef John Thurgood and his talented team have crafted menus that feature the very best of every season - from garlic scapes and stripers to wild mushrooms and oysters - all served with a generous side of Menemsha sunset. Our menus change weekly based on the freshest local ingredients. Find sample menus here.

Seating is available: 

6 to 8:30pm

Thursday - Mondays

July - August

All of our dinners are $80 per person plus tax, corkage and gratuity

Don’t forget…  we’re still BYOB

For reservations and more information please email us at  or call (508) 645-9454

Weekly Dinner Format:

Thursday: Land and Sea

Friday: Family Style Fried Chicken

Saturday: Family Style Seafood Bounty

Sunday: Land and Sea

Monday: Casual Family Style Menu featuring, BBQ, Seafood and Local Poultry.

*All menus are subject to Mother Nature’s whims in the fields and on the sea!


The Beach Plum is pleased to host the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival for Monday Night’s Dinner and a Movie! 

To join the private dinner to benefit TMVFF with filmmakers and film subjects, please reserve your place by choosing your preferred date, here!


* MONDAY Nights *

* Dinner & MOVIE *

Join us after dinner on Mondays for a Martha's Vineyard Film Festival movie screening on our outdoor patio. Tickets are $20 for General Admission, and $10 for MVFF members.

For tickets and details about how to support TMVFF and enjoy your meal in a private setting with guest speakers, please see here

MoNday Movie Nights At the Beach Plum     


Join professor, author, historian, and filmmaker Henry Louis Gates, Jr., as he shares clips from his four-part PBS series exploring the transformative years after the Civil War, when the nation struggled to rebuild itself in the face of profound loss, massive destruction, and revolutionary social change. One of the most important and consequential chapters in American history is also among the most overlooked, misunderstood, and misrepresented. The twelve years of the post-war Reconstruction era signalled a seismic shift in our democracy.

MONDAY, July 22 “After ParklaND” dir. Jake Lefferman & Emily Taguchi

It seems as though a senseless mass shooting takes place every week, but last year’s horrific events at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School still resonate. With great intimacy and raw emotion this moving film follows several survivors—David Hogg, Victoria Gonzalez, Sam Zeif, and Dillon McCooty—as they learn to manage their trauma within daily lives of basketball, preparing for prom, graduation. Swept into the national spotlight, these brave, resilient individuals speak in the face of fear and unite on a quest to change gun laws.

Monday, july 29 “Echo In the Canyon” Dir. andrew slater

Celebrate the explosion of popular music that came out of L.A.'s Laurel Canyon in the mid-‘60s as folk went electric and the Byrds, the Beach Boys, Buffalo Springfield, and the Mamas and the Papas gave birth to the “California Sound.” The songs from that era provide an entry point for Jakob Dylan and a new generation of artists—Beck, Fiona Apple, Norah Jones, Regina Spektor—whose body of work reflects the echoes of that pivotal time. Paying homage, they interpret and perform these songs, in many cases in front of the original songwriters and at a 50th anniversary tribute concert. Dylan, the film’s narrator, also uncovers never-before-heard personal details behind the recordings, and how the music continues to inspire today.

Monday, august 5 “World At war” Dir. Robert Nixon

Seeing the disappearance of fish he loves to catch, 15-year-old Jack Nixon enlists marine conservationist Dr. Sylvia Earle in a years-long quest to save our dying oceans. Photographer Brian Skerry, captain Max Kennedy, and a band of teenage aquanauts bolster expeditions to the high seas of industrial fishing fleets, and to the melting polar ice of the Chukchi Sea. Astronaut Bill Anders and activist Bill McKibben provide lessons on how humanity met past challenges. Daunted by the present ones, the teenagers find hope in nature’s ability to heal.

Monday, August 12 “the Biggest Little Farm” DIr. John Chester

What do you do when your barking dog gets you evicted from your apartment? Molly and John Chester decide to create a farm on 200 acres of nutrient-depleted land suffering from drought. Then there are the wildfires, and plot twists that prove true life is stranger than fiction. This is the inspiring tale of incredibly resilient farmers striving to understand the intricacies and wisdom of nature, and of life itself.