When is Brant Point Grill open?

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Michelle Doucette

Brant Point Grill serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch seasonally. Like the adjacent White Elephant hotel, the restaurant opens for the season in mid-April and remains open until December. During those months, breakfast is available from 8 to 11 a.m.; lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; dinner seating begins at 5:30 and ends at 9:30 p.m.; and a bar menu is available in the indoor-outdoor bar from 3 to 11 p.m. Every Sunday, breakfast is served from 8 to 10 a.m. and then brunch runs from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Breakfast is a particularly lovely time to watch Nantucket Harbor from the waterfront Brant Point Grill, with the sun rising and the first boats coming in. The menu is just as enjoyable as the setting. There are plenty of light bites for healthy eaters — including BPG signature granola with honey-orange Greek yogurt and Nantucket dried fruit — but heartier standouts are the BPG signature skillet pastrami hash and the Nantucketer lobster-cream-cheese omelet.

The lunch menu has a large selection of salads, sandwiches, flatbreads and entrées, but this is the time to order the Nantucket restaurant’s lobster roll, made with lemon-chervil mayo, or the Benedict burger, an eight-ounce Angus patty topped with Canadian bacon, a sunny-side-up egg and tomato béarnaise.

Dinner is all about the steaks and seafood. Pair your choice of steak (perhaps the 16-ounce prime, aged rib-eye or the eight-ounce filet mignon) with your favorite sauce (wild mushroom hunter sauce, fig reduction) for a customized dish. The two-pound lobster and surf-and-turf for two are also popular.

Head to Brant Point Grill for Sunday brunch and you’ll find guests and locals alike gathering in front of a lavish spread. The setup includes waffle, pancake, omelet and carving stations; a create-your-own Bloody Mary bar; and a kids corner with finger foods and an old-fashioned ice cream bar.

Every meal, of course, comes with one thing you won’t find anywhere else: those delectable harbor views.

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