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The New York Times- 36 Hours in Nantucket, Mass.

Now that you’ve worked up an appetite biking, swimming and walking, reward yourself with lunch at Millie’s, a casual but top-notch Mexican-inspired seafood place, a two-minute walk from Madaket Beach. An ideal selection: Eel Point tacos (seared tuna with wasabi crème fraîche; $22) and a Gibbs Pond salad (lobster salad, corn, mixed greens, tomatoes and fingerling potatoes; $23.95).

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Town & Country- 50 Signs You Go to Nantucket

When it comes to dinner, Millie's means Mexican.

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Conde Nast Traveler- Top Things to Do in Nantucket

Chase the late afternoon sun west, five-and-a-half miles from town, to Madaket Beach. It’s one of the best on-island spots to watch the sinking sun turn the sky an Instagram-worthy fiery red. Fish tacos and margaritas at Millie’s, a boisterous (and usually packed) Mexican joint nearby, are a must.

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Millie's by the Nantucket Bucket

The perfect place for family dinners, sunsets, or a post-beach ice cream.

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Your Guide to Cape Cod Summer New-Ness

Check out the new Millie's food cart available to rent all summer long anywhere on the island!

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Millie's is Always a Delight

The Food Science Institute gives a detailed review of the menu and ambiance of Madaket Millie's.

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An Affordable New Family Restaurant

Millie's restaurant opens on Madaket beach featuring the best cuisine of the island at half the price.

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Where to Eat in Nantucket

The Culture Trip names the top ten local restaurants on island.

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You Can't Beat the View

Fresh ingredients, innovative cocktails, and charming views, perched on the western tip of Nantucket, Millie's is an island must-see.

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“Millie’s Is The Perfect Place For A Family Dinner While Enjoying A Famous Madaket Sunset. Service Is Kind, Professional And Fast!”

The Nantucket Bucket