Flo’s Clam Shack
4 Wave Ave., Middletown
A visit to a Rhode Island seaside town would be incomplete without a clam shack stop, and if you’re only making one, go for Flo’s with its picnic tables and fishermen’s tchotchkes hang ...
19 Charles St., Downtown
If you’re driving in on a Friday night, make this husband-and-wife helmed restaurant your first stop. Located in the northern part of town, where most restaurants are pretty tired/run-of-t ...
Tallulah on Thames (Closed)
464 Thames St., Downtown
If you need a break from all the chowder, fried clams and lobster rolls, Tallulah is a welcome respite from its neighbors on touristy Thames Street. With its whitewashed walls and beautifull ...
The Franklin Spa
229 Spring St., Downtown
This classic neighborhood diner serves up gargantuan portions and bottomless cups of coffee for breakfast, brunch, and lunch every day starting at 6am. It’s nothing fancy, and the décor i ...
590 Ocean Ave., Rams Head
On any evening of the week, have a drink reclining in an Adirondack chair overlooking the East Bay at Castle Hill Inn’s outdoor restaurant. It opens for the summer each year and along with ...
1 Sayers Wharf, Newport Wharf
Head to this big, bustling Newport Wharf restaurant for lunch before visiting the museum and library just a few blocks away. It’s a no-frills and family-friendly affair during the day (lot ...
White Horse Tavern
26 Marlborough St., Downtown
The tavern dates back to 1673, when it was a colonial watering hole, and it looks it with patriotic flag curtains, deep fireplaces, and woodsy interiors. The food is of the delicious New Eng ...
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