Don’t Miss Newport Restaurant Week Nov. 2-11
Monday, October 22, 2012
Newport Restaurant Week
Newport Restaurant Week has come to be a crowd-pleasing event among local residents and visitors alike since being introduced in 2006. This fall’s 10-day affair will highlight local food purveyors, new seasonal menu items and the talents of creative chefs who orchestrate unforgettable dining experiences.
Visiting gourmands can come for dinner and stay for breakfast by taking advantage of reasonably priced Newport Restaurant Week lodging packages while culinary enthusiasts can savor food-related events including cooking classes, Greenvale Vineyards’ Harvest Festival and the Taste of Newport—a savory extravaganza benefiting Child & Family, the largest and most comprehensive social service provider in Newport County. Information on packages and the growing list of events can be found at GoNewportRestaurantWeek.com.
Stay up to date
Updates on events, participating restaurants and menus can be found via our social networks, including Newport Restaurant Week’s Facebook page and on Discover Newport’s Twitter feed (use hashtag#nptrw). Also, diners from Providence and around the state can rely on Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) bus routes for $4 per round trip ticket or $6 for an all-day pass to save money on parking and gas.
- Five Things: Muse by Jonathan Cartwright at Vanderbilt Grace, Newport
- Five Things: Safari Room at OceanCliff, Newport
- Five Things: The Barking Crab, Newport
- Five Things: The Boat House, Tiverton
- Five Things: The Conservatory at the Vanderbilt Grace, Newport
- FIve Things: The Fifth Element, Newport
- Five Things: Canfield House, Newport
- Five Things: Fluke, Newport
- Five Things: Hourglass Brasserie, Bristol
- Five Things: La Forge Casino, Newport
- Five Things: One Bellevue at the Hotel Viking, Newport
- Five Things: Sardella’s, Newport
- Five Things: Spark, Newport
- Five Things: The White Horse Tavern, Newport