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White Elephant Village does not have an onsite restaurant, but that doesn’t mean the hotel doesn’t deliver excellent culinary creations. When you stay here, you’re just blocks from sister hotel White Elephant and that property’s excellent Brant Point Grill, which handles room service for White Elephant Village. From 7 to 11 a.m., order a breakfast of fruit, pastries, Brant Point Grill’s signature granola or thinly sliced pastrami-cured salmon. All-day dining, served until 11 p.m., features light bites such as shrimp cocktail, salads and entrées, such as slow-roasted Kobe beef and a lobster roll on challah bread. You can also order up a picnic basket to go; options include breakfast food, kid-friendly fare, and various sandwiches and salads.
Of course, with its wharf-side setting and outdoor patio, Brant Point Grill is worth visiting in person — and the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel can arrange reservations for you. As a guest of White Elephant Village, you’ll receive 15 percent off of your bill. Staff can also set you up with reservations at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Topper's at sister hotel The Wauwinet. This restaurant is about nine miles away, so you’ll be provided with a shuttle or boat ride to get there. The journey is well worth it; Topper’s not only serves memorable seafood in a gorgeous dining room, it also overlooks the sparkling Nantucket Sound.