Okay, I’m going out on a limb here but I think this farm should be in a Nancy Meyers movie! You’re probably wondering what farm… I’m talking about Morning Glory Farm on Martha’s Vineyard. We paid a visit to the farm and farm stand when we were on Martha’s Vineyard at the beginning of this month and Edwin and I both fell in love with the place. It instantly reminded me of somewhere that Diane Keaton would shop in the movie Something’s Gotta Give or that Merely Streep would shop in the movie It’s Complicated.
If you visit Martha’s Vineyard, then I’m sure visiting Morning Glory Farm is a beloved part of your regular routine. If you’re planning a visit to Martha’s Vineyard, then I highly recommend putting it on your list for lunch or if you rent a house (so you can fill your house with goodness!). All the fresh food, produce, flowers, and more are delicious and beautiful! All in all, it is a farm, farm stand, bakery, and market… aka heaven!
Morning Glory Farm – This Farm Should be in a Nancy Meyers Movie
Morning Glory Farm is a family-run business that has been open since 1975. Don’t you just love that? The outdoor area of the farm stand has a gorgeous selection of flowers and plants as well as big picnic tables where you can sit to enjoy breakfast, lunch, or an evening cheese plate. Inside the farm stand, you’ll find a beautiful market consisting of so much yummy fresh and local produce. You’ll also find juices, an extensive salad bar, fresh daily soups, pre-made fresh packed entrees, an amazing cheese section, and an unbeatable bakery. The bakery makes the most mouthwatering quiches, pies, muffins, biscuits, scones, breads, bars, and cookies daily! I honestly die over local places like this and always seek them out when traveling so I loved it!
Edwin and I rode our bikes around Martha’s Vineyard all day long for this day of exploring. It was a warm day so I wanted to be super comfortable while biking around. I really don’t mind biking in sandals so I wore my simple, timeless, comfortable Carrie Forbes raffia sandals. Also, I slipped into the cutest ditsy floral sundress from J.Crew for the day outing. I can’t resist a pretty little feminine mini dress, especially one at such a good price! This particular summery dress is super lightweight so it’s made for the season’s warmest days. The puff sleeves and the tie front give the dress a really fun twist with a nod to a fun peasant top. The dress is an all around win!
PSA for all Nancy Meyers lovers! I recently discovered this Spotify playlist called Nancy Meyers’ Kitchen. It’s a perfect one to put on while whipping up a lovely meal of your own in your kitchen.
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Photography by Edwin Eversole