The Beach Plum Restaurant celebrates the tight-knit island community of farmers, fisherman, herdsman and family members for the perfect ingredients we use on our menu, which is written daily.
“In my opinion, the best restaurant the island has ever laid claim to… Like everything else on this part of the island, it was a community affair, where spontaneity is revered and everything is casual.”
— The New York Times
“Under his brief charge, the restaurant has become known as the best on the island (yes, the Obamas are fans), serving food that was grown there: Two-thirds or more of the menu now comes from within five miles, produced by people Fischer has known his whole life.”
— Bon Appétit
“Up in Menemsha, at the Beach Plum Inn & Restaurant, change is afoot… [Simple, delicious food] is what you get on his daily-changing menu of about a dozen dishes: a sprightly kale, fennel, and seaweed salad; a nice lobster-and-razor-clam risotto; some new potatoes mingled with fresh peas and favas.”
— New York Magazine