We had a great lunch here on our visit to Newport. The service was excellent and the restaurant has a pleasing atmosphere.
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I will have to admit we only went here because they had openings when we had forgotten to make reservations and everything else was booked. The food was surprisingly good. The place is tiny with hard wood booths. I didn't give it a higher rating...More
it's got atmosphere, a good menu, attentive service, full range of beers and good food so there's not much to dislike. It's in an ideal situation close to the waterfront. Worth going to.
Came here on a Thursday night after having a good experience here previously during the summer but wasn't so great this time. The bartenders didn't seem interested or friendly at all. Not a great drink menu, maybe 7 or 8 drinks, nothing really interesting. Got...More
We had a few minutes to kill before our sunset cruise, so we dropped in to the Wharf Pub for a light snack. We ordered grilled calamari and tater tots (a specialty) to share. The calamari was as good as any high-end restaurant and better...More
Downtown Newport is a very crowded place. We ended up paying $10 for parking for one hour. The Wharf Pub was near the water with a patio in the rear. That being full, we went into the restaurant. It had a dark interior with several...More
We came here on a whim and it was absolutely amazing. We sat inside but outside would have been preferred to people watch and enjoy the nice weather. Service was attentive and the food was delicious. We did not have young children with us but...More
We wandered by late on a Saturday evening for dinner. Decided to sit outside. Enjoyed the bar while we waited for a table (45 minute wait) but was kept entertained by the crowds wandering by. Dinner was absolutely yummy Matunuck oysters, a guilt inducing order...More
We came one night while waiting for a reservation at another spot nearby. We ordered 2 amazing cocktails - I can't remember the names of them but one was a gin cocktail with st germaine and the other was a vodka mule. They were absolutely...More