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  1. Nantucket’s Winter Wonderland Part holiday-shopping heaven, part old-fashioned block party, the island’s annual Christmas Stroll brings locals and visitors together for a holly, jolly weekend. 
  2. Sweet Dish
    LEFT: Hot new restaurant Iron Rooster All Day takes a Chesapeake Bay favorite and stacks it with a twist in its "cakes on cakes:" house-made crab cakes atop cornmeal pancakes with fried green tomatoes. RIGHT: Tallulah on Thames pays homage to a local classic by deconstructing clam chowder—steamed littlenecks on a bed of bacon, oyster crackers, and diced potatoes, with broth poured over tableside.
  3. Dry Land Must-Do
    LEFT: The Annapolis Cup annual spring croquet match pits St. John's College versus the Naval Academy. The crowd decks out in full Gatsby attire for this battle royale. RIGHT: The pearls meet the ponies on Saturday afternoons during the Newport International Polo Series, when teams compete and tailgate picnics are luxuriously upscale.
  4. Sailor's Hangout
    LEFT: Beloved by boaters of every stripe (and full of nautical memorabilia), the Boatyard Bar & Grill is always packed after the Annapolis Yacht Club's famous Wednesday Night Races. RIGHT: The International Yacht & Athletic Club (IYAC) is serious enough to have its own flag, not to mention wildly popular parties. Sailors in town for big regattas always gather here, as do the local crews.
  5. Cool Cocktail
    LEFT: Dry 85 uses locally distilled rum in its Drunken Sailor, a perfect boating cocktail with make-ahead, mint-infused simple syrup (no muddling). Shake one up at home with the recipe.
  6. Quiet On the Set Hollywood stars may film their flicks in Wilmington, but locals keep it laid-back.
  7. Grass Menagerie This soothing stretch of the New Jersey coast rewards closer inspection.