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The Red Cat is back in Oak Bluffs!Island native Benjamin deForest owned and ran the original Red Cat in West Tisbury for 5 seasons from 1995-1999. deForest the opened Balance restaurant at the end of Circuit Ave in Oak Bluffs where he continued to wow palates for 7 more years. Using just picked local ingredients and right off the boat seafood long before the “locavore” movement, Ben quickly set the bar very high and defined dining on Martha's Vineyard. His unconventional approach to food and flavors quickly grew a loyal and dedicated clientele of year-rounders, summer folk, and tourists, including a veritable who's who of dignitaries and celebrities who spend time on Martha's Vineyard. Back home after a hiatus, Ben's art of flavor is better than ever. The quirky laid back vibe of his newest haunt is reminiscent of the original Red Cat with incredible art and a funky feel that is instantly welcoming. It's the perfect setting for this next evolution of creative culinary greatness.
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Red Cat Kitchen Oak Bluffs

Specialties In two words: Amazing Deliciousness.Distinctly creative cuisine by renowned Chef Benjamin deForest featuring right off the boat seafood, inventive flavor combinations, just the right amount of comfort food, and other local treats. Dinner served late 7 nights.Full bar with creative craft cocktails in an intimate setting with amazing artwork and unparalleled atmosphere. History Established in 1995. The Red Cat is back in Oak Bluffs!Island native Benjamin deForest owned and ran the original Red Cat in West Tisbury for 5 seasons from 1995-1999. deForest the opened Balance restaurant at the end of Circuit Ave in Oak Bluffs where he continued to wow palates for 7 more years. Using just picked local ingredients and right off the boat seafood long before the “locavore” movement, Ben quickly set the bar very high and defined dining on Martha's Vineyard. His unconventional approach to food and flavors quickly grew a loyal and dedicated clientele of year-rounders, summer folk, and tourists, including a veritable who's who of dignitaries and celebrities who spend time on Martha's Vineyard. Back home after a hiatus, Ben's art of flavor is better than ever. The quirky laid back vibe of his newest haunt is reminiscent of the original Red Cat with incredible art and a funky feel that is instantly welcoming. It's the perfect setting for this next evolution of creative culinary greatness.
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Red Cat Kitchen Oak Bluffs

Ben is the magician in the kitchen at the Red Cat.   The Red Cat Kitchen is a small, eccentrically and tastefully decorated restaurant located on Kennebeck Ave in Oak Bluffs.  The sign in front of the Restaurant actually says Ken N’ Beck – to symbolize Kennebeck Ave.  Ben has created culinary dishes for  numerous celebrities and politicians on the island including Bill Clinton, Dan Ackroyd, Adam Sandler, New England Legend Bill Belichick  and many, many more.  This is truly an experience you don’t want to miss if you come to the Vineyard.  All of the food is local and fresh.  The menu changes depending on what kind of food is fresh and  available day-to-day.   The Red Cat Kitchen is opened at 6 PM and is currently opened seven days.
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Red Cat Kitchen Oak Bluffs

Elizabeth Cecil 8.1.15 Food + DrinkPeople Red Cat Redux For twenty years Chef Ben deForest has had a knack for creating Island restaurants that feel like parties you want to be at. But it hasn’t always been pretty. Karla Araujo 2 comments “Where there’s smoke there’s fire,” says Ben deForest, chef and owner of Red Cat Kitchen at Ken ‘n’ Beck, a quirky hot spot one block off Circuit Avenue. At the peak of summer, eager customers congregate on the street outside the vintage Victorian cottage. Even in November, when the rest of Oak Bluffs has all but boarded up, the intimate dining space is packed to capacity. They come in search of deForest’s signature dishes, like Island Fresca and Big-Ass Sea Scallops, and for the relaxed vibe that somehow melds with the blaring tunes. But on a quiet morning before the crunch of pre-dinner prep time, the heat he’s talking of isn’t fueled by the popularity of his latest restaurant. Sitting at a simple wooden table on the Red Cat’s sunlit front porch, deForest acknowledges that, yes, there is truth to the rumors that have long swirled around his unmistakable frame. Now 46, he is the first to admit that his life, both professional and private, has been an arduous journey, replete with notoriety and drama. At six-foot-five with melancholy brown eyes and an impressive array of body art, deForest is a big man on a small Island, with an even bigger reputation. There are few secrets on the Vineyard. So when you’re large in stature, personality, and ambition, your wins and your losses are duly noted. “I’ve done things, said all kinds of things. I was loud, had a big ego and a bad temper. I made my point in front of anyone, anywhere,” he says, managing to look sheepish and doleful at the same time. “It’s taken forever to live down my reputation. It becomes larger than you. I lost my way a little bit.”
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Red Cat Kitchen Oak Bluffs

8.1.15 Food + DrinkPeople Red Cat Redux For twenty years Chef Ben deForest has had a knack for creating Island restaurants that feel like parties you want to be at. But it hasn’t always been pretty. Karla Araujo 2 comments “Where there’s smoke there’s fire,” says Ben deForest, chef and owner of Red Cat Kitchen at Ken ‘n’ Beck, a quirky hot spot one block off Circuit Avenue. At the peak of summer, eager customers congregate on the street outside the vintage Victorian cottage. Even in November, when the rest of Oak Bluffs has all but boarded up, the intimate dining space is packed to capacity. They come in search of deForest’s signature dishes, like Island Fresca and Big-Ass Sea Scallops, and for the relaxed vibe that somehow melds with the blaring tunes. But on a quiet morning before the crunch of pre-dinner prep time, the heat he’s talking of isn’t fueled by the popularity of his latest restaurant. Sitting at a simple wooden table on the Red Cat’s sunlit front porch, deForest acknowledges that, yes, there is truth to the rumors that have long swirled around his unmistakable frame. Now 46, he is the first to admit that his life, both professional and private, has been an arduous journey, replete with notoriety and drama. At six-foot-five with melancholy brown eyes and an impressive array of body art, deForest is a big man on a small Island, with an even bigger reputation. There are few secrets on the Vineyard. So when you’re large in stature, personality, and ambition, your wins and your losses are duly noted. “I’ve done things, said all kinds of things. I was loud, had a big ego and a bad temper. I made my point in front of anyone, anywhere,” he says, managing to look sheepish and doleful at the same time. “It’s taken forever to live down my reputation. It becomes larger than you. I lost my way a little bit.”
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“Where there’s smoke there’s fire,” says Ben deForest, chef and owner of Red Cat Kitchen at Ken ‘n’ Beck, a quirky hot spot one block off Circuit Avenue. At the peak of summer, eager customers congregate on the street outside the vintage Victorian cottage. Even in November, when the rest of Oak Bluffs has all but boarded up, the intimate dining space is packed to capacity. They come in search of deForest’s signature dishes, like Island Fresca and Big-Ass Sea Scallops, and for the relaxed vibe that somehow melds with the blaring tunes. But on a quiet morning before the crunch of pre-dinner prep time, the heat he’s talking of isn’t fueled by the popularity of his latest restaurant. Sitting at a simple wooden table on the Red Cat’s sunlit front porch, deForest acknowledges that, yes, there is truth to the rumors that have long swirled around his unmistakable frame. Now 46, he is the first to admit that his life, both professional and private, has been an arduous journey, replete with notoriety and drama. At six-foot-five with melancholy brown eyes and an impressive array of body art, deForest is a big man on a small Island, with an even bigger reputation. There are few secrets on the Vineyard. So when you’re large in stature, personality, and ambition, your wins and your losses are duly noted. “I’ve done things, said all kinds of things. I was loud, had a big ego and a bad temper. I made my point in front of anyone, anywhere,” he says, managing to look sheepish and doleful at the same time. “It’s taken forever to live down my reputation. It becomes larger than you. I lost my way a little bit.”
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“Where there’s smoke there’s fire,” says Ben deForest, chef and owner of Red Cat Kitchen at Ken ‘n’ Beck, a quirky hot spot one block off Circuit Avenue. At the peak of summer, eager customers congregate on the street outside the vintage Victorian cottage. Even in November, when the rest of Oak Bluffs has all but boarded up, the intimate dining space is packed to capacity. They come in search of deForest’s signature dishes, like Island Fresca and Big-Ass Sea Scallops, and for the relaxed vibe that somehow melds with the blaring tunes.

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