Awesome truffle fries and good beer selection. They have beer flights. Sitting at the bar is always full
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Small but great place. We went on a friday night and had delicious food, reasonably priced drinks and live music.
One of the best hamburgers I've tasted...French fries, fried pickles, grilled cheese are very good. The corned beef sandwich was good, but not excellent. Staff was helpful and friendly. I put Busker's in my Newport notes as a place to return to.
I left my hubby here while I was shopping on Thames St. When I returned we had a nice lunch ,what a super cute hideaway .get away from all the hustle and bustle and tourist traps and slip in here. Food and drink is excellent...More
A warm, charming Irish restaurant in downtown Newport? Count me in! Due to lack of abundant seating, you may have to wait a bit on a night when the town is swarming with people. We have dined here twice, and the second time, despite holding...More
I would have rated Buskers as four stars but it was really busy so we had a long wait for our food. The staff were friendly and helpful and the musician was good.
Nice Irish bar. The food was very good. We started with nachos which were flavorful. I had a ruben sandwich and it was one of the best I've had in a very long time. The corn beef was tasty, and not fatty. It came with...More
We were visiting Newport for the second time in 6 years and had to eat here again. Hubby had to return for another Cottage Pie and I got the "Irish" Onion Soup!! YUM!!! We both loved our food and the atmosphere was as good as...More
We went in for sandwiches, but ended up ordering the more Irish fare. Irish relish was a unique yummy flavor, perfect for the Scotch eggs. Brown bread is homemade, cottage pie had a rich, saveory flavor!