Typifying Newport's transformation from working seaport to tourist town, this outdoor mall houses fudge shops and clothing stores...
This quaint olde-y worlde-y wharf and marina has the added excitement of a small mall touting souvenirs and tourist 'stuff,' blending in...
On Queen Anne Sq, Trinity follows the design canon of Sir Christopher Wren's Palladian churches in London. Built between 1725 and 1726,...
Newport Blues Café
This popular rhythm and blues bar and restaurant draws top acts to an old brownstone that was once a bank. It's an intimate space with...
The Red Parrot
One of Newport's most popular pub-restaurants, the Red Parrot has three levels of dining and a huge menu with a focus on seafood...
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This spotlessly-clean old-school joint slings hash, eggs and grease for cheap. It's locally loved and opens early. Enjoy freshly squeezed orange juice with your diner-style breakfast, or at lunch, the likes of homemade turkey noodle soup, salads, sandwiches, meatloaf and shepherd's pie.