Good choice of food, good portions, good pricing. Well-prepared. This was a busy restaurant so enjoyable.
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I don't go out for breakfast very often but when I do I go to Linda Jeans. I have never have a bad meal at Linda Jeans. Everything is very good.
Came here for breakfast with a group of friends. We were 8 and had to be separated, the place is very popular and was really crowded for an October Saturday. The service was adequate, not great, but it was crowded. The food was pretty good,...More
What a great treat from all the over cooked and greasy meals we've had during our traveling. The scallops on a bun was great, right along with the sweet potato fries. Our waitress Kim was absolutely wonderful. If we ever return to Martha's Vineyard this...More
Always walked by but never noticed before,we are happy we did. We had the chicken parmesan and was pleased with the freshness and portions. Everything on the menu was appealing and affordable. We will definitely return on our next visit to the island.
On our way back to the ferry terminal we called into Linda Jean's for an early dinner. Nice coconut shrimps with tasty fries and ice tea. The restaurant was clean and the staff friendly. Really nice place to visit and the food was well presented.
Stopped for lunch after visiting campgrounds - lobster rolls excellent, reasonable wine prices. Seemed to be popular with locala
Stopped by for like lunch one Sunday. Place isn’t Much to look at, menu uninspired. Then the waitress, who was a hoot, recommended the turkey and vegetable grilled cheese. It was great! Best sandwich I’ve had in a while.
We went in for dinner, I had a really tasty salad, while my husband thoroughly enjoyed the coconut shrimp. The prices were reasonable, the place was clean, and the server was very friendly - can't fault it at all.
Linda Jeans, in the center of the Oak Bluffs resort area, has very good food and service at prices that would look good even on the mainland. I had bay scallops, which are much tenderer and more tasty than the usual sea scallops. They are...More