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Atria's Brick Cellar Bar is an honored sanctuary for Vineyard regulars and a familiar getaway for the many notables who frequent the Island. The cool feel and warm finish of the brass bar and the extensive menu hosted by adroit bartenders, is an instant invite to kick back, relax and enjoy!
Bar Menu

Burgers

The Atria Classic
burger, cheddar, sides of sautéed onions, roasted mushrooms, tomatoes, béarnaise & apple wood smoked bacon, mixed green salad $17

The Fast Eddie
burger, avocado, american cheese, sunny side up egg, apple wood smoked bacon $16

Flash Seared Tuna Steak Sandwich
japanese 7 spice, sesame seeds, asian cabbage slaw $22

The Frenchy
burger, st. andre cheese, crispy prosciutto, baby arugula, cabernet roasted onions $16

Mary’s Little Lamb
morrocan spiced lamb, roasted eggplant, feta, eggplant, sesame, romesco sauce, preserved lemon, spicy mint pesto $18

Dante’s Inferno
blackened burger, poblano pepper, pepper jack, jalapeño-tomato salsa, avocado $16
~The habanero pepper garnish is f’n hot…seriously…fair warning.

Thai Spiced Shrimp Burger
fresh chiles, fragrant herbs, bean sprouts, sambal aioli $19

Southern Mother Clucker
fried chicken cutlet, coleslaw, pimiento cheese $16

Pay Day
burger, black truffle aioli, arugula, forest mushrooms, red wine reduction $18 with seared foie gras $26

Bombay Bird
ground turkey burger, curried aioli, watercress, apple, papadam $15

The PETA
no beef, marinated portabella, roasted red pepper, goat cheese, tomatoes, pesto $14

The Best:
Bar Scene
Phantom Gourmet

Edgartown's Atria houses a swanky bar in its brick walled basement. Fish tanks, cushy dark leather chairs, and a bumper pool table are as inviting as the live music that plays on most summer nights. The simple, yet stylish upstairs dining room has a balanced feel to it, as does the Mediterranean and Asian inspired food. On some nights, Atria dresses the dinner tables with a fishbowl centerpiece, holding a Japanese Fighting Fish.

The Phantom Gourmet is one of New England's best sources for restaurant reviews. The Phantom is an anonymous restaurant critic who dines in disguise, never revealing his identity and always paying his own bills. That way, he serves up the most honest and trustworthy restaurant reviews possible. Other recognizable, announced critics frequently get special food and service. Phantom forgoes these perks so that his experience will reflect what you can expect when you visit a given restaurant. Atria is a proud recipient of the Vineyard's Best Bar Scene.