Newport Restaurant Week 2018 - See the Participants
Sunday, March 04, 2018
Newport Restaurant Week began on Friday, March 2 and runs through March 11 featuring more than 50 restaurants in the Newport and Bristol County area.
For a List of Participating Restaurants, see the Slideshow Below.
Restaurant Week offers restaurant attendees a three-course meal at restaurants that range from fancy and first class to just the average pub that folks would go to hang out or watch a big game.
During restaurant week, a three-course lunch will cost $16, while a three-course dinner will cost $35 no matter what restaurant you are at.
Restaurants include The Mooring, The Boat House, Brix at Newport Vineyards and much more.
For a full list of participating restaurants as well as links to their menu's, see the slideshow below.
Related Slideshow: Newport Restaurant Week Participants - Spring 2018
Location: 15 Point Road, Portsmouth
Description: A traditional menu pleases most everyone and house specialties are an ever-changing eclectic delight of innovative and contemporary dishes. When one walks up to the doorway, the fresh growing herbs just off the deck will give you hints of the treats that await.
Location: 22 Bowen's Wharf, Newport
Description: 22 Bowen’s is a sophisticated, elegant, and easy going restaurant for everyone to enjoy. As for the bar? A bar is never just a bar. It’s a place to be seen and heard. Bowen's bar is part of a vibrant space punctuated with incredible cocktails, rich bourbons, and award-winning wines.
Location: 150 Conanicus Avenue, Jamestown
Description: The Bay Voyage Restaurant is Jamestown’s most recent re-vitalized restaurant offering casual dining with a great view. Restaurant goers can enjoy a unique view of the bay from the dining areas, the tavern, and bar, harbor side deck or from the more formal harbor room.
Location: 254 Thames Street, Newport
Description: Benjamin's Restaurant and Raw Bar offers three floors of dining right in the heart of downtown Newport.
The first floor consists of the raw bar and offers food until midnight, while the second floor provides upscale dining and room for large groups.
The third floor is the Crow's next is a seasonal rooftop bar with an open roof.
Location: 227 Schooner Drive, Tiverton
Description: The Boat House celebrates New England’s natural bounty with fresh seafood, local produce, and nautical charm. Elevating the “seafood shack” to a new level of innovation and excellence, the restaurant offers guests a chance to relax riverside and take in its expansive, waterfront views.
Location: 140 Thames Street, Newport
Description: If you are looking for stiff, over the top formal service with small portions of over-priced food, Brick Alley is not that place. Brick Alley is a“pub style” serving comfort food to modern multicultural cuisine.
Location: 259 Thames Street, Bristol
Description: DeWolf Tavern serves Contemporary American Cuisine in a beautifully situated, historically renovated stone warehouse, located on the Thames Street Landing waterfront in the heart of downtown Bristol, Rhode Island.
Location: 11 Bowen's Wharf, Newport
Description: A fresh and creative take on west coast style Mexican cuisine paired with Newport's largest selection of mixology cocktails from today and dating back to the prohibition era. Casual dining in downtown Newport year round.
Location: 14 Narragansett Avenue, Jamestown
Description: Jamestown Fish is an award-winning Rhode Island restaurant offering fine dining in a casual atmosphere. Their European inspired cuisine features fresh seafood and produce paired with fine wine from some of the world’s most respected vineyards.
Location: 483 Hope Street, Bristol
Description: French Bistro offering modern versions of French classics using local products from Southern New England, such as: Sakonnet Lobster, Four Town Farm, Walkers Farm, Scott the Bassman, Long Island Duck & Little Rhody Eggs.
Location: 119 Hope Street, Bristol
Description: Since 1929, the Lobster Pot has provided Rhode Islanders with the very best in dining experiences. They offer the finest traditional New England classics — especially seafood — as well as blending dishes with a new and contemporary twist.
Location: 657 Park Avenue, Portsmouth
Description: LocalZ servers a variety of food from seafood to steaks all made with fresh, local ingredients.
“Our goal is to make the unusual, usual. That goes from the prices on the menu to the fun in the room. We hope you feel at home while we take good care of your dining pleasures,” LocalZ says on their website.
Location: Sayers Wharf, Newport
Description: The Mooring Seafood Kitchen & Bar elevates the Newport seafood tradition to a new level, providing a casual elegance while maintaining all of its relaxed Newport charm.
Enjoy panoramic views of Narragansett Bay from virtually every seat in our indoor and outdoor dining space.
Location: 117 Memorial Boulevard, Newport
Description: The Spiced Pear’s thoughtful cuisine offers an inventive interpretation of regional New England dishes and classic French influences.
The Spiced Pear recently was named a four-diamond restaurant by AAA.
Location: 28 Washington Square, Newport
Description: Featuring a small, and ever-changing seasonal menu, they seek meats and produce from local farmers, butchers, and fisherman who follow the same environment guidelines as we do. Their wine list is cultivated to highlight boutique French wine produces, and we take pride in our house-made cocktail trimmings.
Location: 515 Thames Street, Newport
Description: Their dining experience is inspired by the rich food culture in Northern Spain and Southern France, and the memories made sharing a meal with loved ones. Their menu features pintxos, tapas, hot and cold small plates and select entrées.
Location: 337 Thames Street, Newport
Description: Located downstairs at Newport Bay Club, the newly opened Surf Club brings a warm charm to downtown Newport. Specializing in Neopolitan brick oven pizza, the menu leans to comfort foods like burgers, mac & cheese along with salads.
Location: 41 Mary Street, Newport
Description: The Vanderbilt Grille is perfect for informal dining.
While enjoying breakfast, lunch or dinner, enjoy the views of Newport’s historic Trinity Church, which was built in 1725.
The restaurant was recently given a four-diamond rating by AAA.
Location: 26 Marlborough Street, Newport
Description: At The White Horse Tavern they strive to create a fresh, contemporary culinary experience in America’s Oldest Restaurant. They serve the freshest fish, clams, and lobsters from Narragansett Bay along with just-picked produce from local Rhode Island’s farms all in a Colonial tavern that’s been serving America for over 350 years.
Location: 677 Thames Street, Newport
Description: Winner Winner is usually a casual counter service restaurant serving fried and roasted chicken with a variety of sides and chicken sandwiches.
For restaurant week they will transform into a full-service BYOB restaurant and offer a fun and diverse dinner menu.
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