Restaurants

Top Choice Seafood in Narragansett & Point Judith

Matunuck Oyster Bar

This small, indoor-outdoor seafood-centric restaurant sits on a spit of land opposite Galilee on Point Judith Pond. Considering that the parking lot is carpeted in shells, it's no surprise that this oyster bar speci…
Top Choice Seafood in Narragansett & Point Judith

Champlin's Seafood

At Champlin’s Seafood, order a lobster roll, stuffed clams, scallops or one of many sea critters breaded and fried, and hang out on its 2nd-floor deck, which sits inches from the harbor’s channel. The swaying masts …
Top Choice Ice Cream in Watch Hill

St Clair's Annex

This ice-cream shop has been run by the same family since 1887, and features several dozen flavors of homemade ice cream. On top of traditional light breakfast fare (omelets and the like), it serves seaside specialt…
Desserts in Southern Rhode Island

Allie's Donuts

Allie has been turning out hot-to-trot homemade doughnuts from her roadside shack on RI 2 for over 40 years and Rhode Islanders travel from across the state to take them away by the dozen ($7.20). Light as air, they…
American in Watch Hill

84 High Street Café

With big plates of well-prepared Italian-influenced American classics (seafood Parmesan, for example, or baked Ritz cracker–stuffed shrimp), 84 High prides itself on massive portions of hearty, heavy but delicious f…
Seafood in Narragansett & Point Judith

Aunt Carrie's

Open June through Labor Day, Aunt Carrie's serves up fried clams and clam cakes on its outdoor terrace. Eating here is a summer ritual for Rhode Islanders.
Italian in Narragansett & Point Judith

Trio

This upscale tavern with amazing views over Narragansett Bay serves New England favorites (plenty of seafood), burgers, pizzas and pasta.
Cafe in Watch Hill

The Cooked Goose

With its appealing selection of Benedicts, omelets, baked goods (pain au chocolat, house-made doughnuts) and exotic sandwiches (consider the Nirvana, with baked tofu, honey ginger dressing, cheddar cheese and sprout…
Bistro in Watch Hill

Olympia Tea Room

The most atmospheric restaurant in town, the Olympia is an authentic 1916 soda-fountain-turned-bistro. Varnished wooden booths, pink walls, black-and-white checkered tiles on the floor and the antique marble-topped …
American in Watch Hill

Shelter Harbor Inn

Work up an appetite with a stroll along the inn's private beach, then order homey fare such as chicken pie or finnan haddie (smoked haddock). Traditional Rhode Island johnnycakes are always on the menu, too.