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NO sign to find this special place. It is like walking into a private home with a house party that you are not invited to .Everyone seems to know each other and it feel like a club . Backyard bar with a fire pit displays...More
As Island residents, the Outermost is a special dining place we reserve for visiting guests. The dining room and patio overlook a lovely meadow where dear often are seen grazing just before sunset. The ambiance is relaxed upscale, overseen by a well trained and attentive...More
Dined at the Inn based on a friends recommendation and it did not disappoint.
We almost missed the restaurant as there is not a visible sign from the road, but were advised when making the reservation to look out for a large white anchor marking...More
The name says it all. The Outermost Inn is as far as you can go, on an island that has no traffic lights and no speed limit over 45MPH. Nestled under the watchful eye of the Gay Head lighthouse erected in 1796, the restaurant at...More
My wife and I had dinner last Saturday at the Outermost Inn and it was simply superb. Everything on the menu was local cuisine and each course was absolutely delicious. This is coupled with the dramatic sunset and all of the local inhabitants including pheasant...More
This restaurant is located in the Outermost Inn, a 7 room inn run by Hugh and Jeanne Taylor. Hugh is the brother of the singer James —-the whole Taylor family has homes on the island. In fact, Hugh built the Inn years ago himself, as...More
First I feel compelled to point out that you actually cannot see the cliffs from the restaurant/inn, as some of the tripadvisor pictures imply. (We were already familiar with the area and knew this, but I find it funny that there are so many cliff...More