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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Seafood Restaurant
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“Worth the 20-minute ride. Best Oyster place the area. Great overall menu as well. Lively fun environment ”
  • 58 locals recommend
American Restaurant
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“Spectacular views! As close as you can get to the water without getting wet! Amazing menu!”
  • 50 locals recommend
Burger Joint
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“Fantastic unique little place with interesting renditions of favorites. Try their breakfast, burgers and juices.”
  • 43 locals recommend
Beach
“The beach is beautiful and known for its scenic coastline and surf culture. ”
  • 34 locals recommend
Bar
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“Local bar about 5 minutes away. It's a surfer's bar situated off of one of the best surfing spots in the area. They have decent bar food and a nightlife consisting of bands and DJ's on a regular basis. Supposedly they have a good breakfast but I've never experienced it.”
  • 35 locals recommend
Beach
“One of several beautiful beaches located within just minutes of the Cottage.”
  • 21 locals recommend
Boat or Ferry
“Whether the speedboat or slow rider, making a trip to Block Island is a must when spending your summer in Rhode Island. ”
  • 20 locals recommend
Spanish Restaurant
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“Spain has a wide variety on their menu, most notably their seafood options. You’ll travel down 1A to get there and see RI’s coastline along the way. Great spot for “date night”...”
  • 23 locals recommend
Theatre
“Theatre-By-the-Sea is a historic theater and playhouse that opened in 1933, excellent off Broadway productions. ”
  • 17 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Classic RI seafood restaurant since 1948 --at our biggest fishing port---Galilee in Narragansett and on Salty Brine State Beach. Roger Wheeler and Scarborough State Beaches are within a couple of miles. Open year 'round. Walk from the Block Island Ferry landing and short drive over to Point Judith Light.”
  • 19 locals recommend
Lighthouse
“An octagonal brick building erected in 1816. A Coast Guard and tower beacon were maintained at the point during the Revolution. Original wooden lighthouse, built in 1806, was blown down in the Great Gale of September 1815. The last German U-Boat sunk in World War II was two miles off the light. Visitors welcome to the grounds; lighthouse and Coast Guard Station restricted.”
  • 14 locals recommend
Pub
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“This local watering hole has 70 micro brews on tap and a huge variety of scotch and whiskey.”
  • 23 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
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“Not only is Iggy's a staple of any summer spent in Rhode Island, but getting there couldn't be more convenient at literally just feet away from The Captain's Cottage”
  • 19 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
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“Beach, Friends, & Coastal Classics; this is the essence of who we are. Located in the sandy shoreline community of Narragansett, Trio is where relaxed, sociable gatherings effortlessly come together. Our cuisine is inspired by local and regional flavors complemented by a global wine list, regional draft beers and one-of-a-kind cocktails, each enjoyed throughout Trio’s traditional dining room, cobblestone patio with shaded tables, and around our newly renovated bar space. Whether for raw bar and cocktails or a leisurely dinner, locals and visitors join us year-round for the familiar comfort, fresh flavors and trusted hospitality of Trio.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Park
“The Towers, also known as the Twin Towers is a historic structure located at 35 Ocean Road in Narragansett, Rhode Island. It is the only remnant of the Narragansett Pier Casino built in the 1880s. On November 25, 1969, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Music and dancing all summer long. ”
  • 19 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Iconic RI seafood restaurant from 1920s. Casual atmosphere. Origin of the Clam Cake, voted best clam cakes in RI.”
  • 13 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Seafood Restaurant
“Worth the 20-minute ride. Best Oyster place the area. Great overall menu as well. Lively fun environment ”
  • 58 locals recommend
American Restaurant
“Spectacular views! As close as you can get to the water without getting wet! Amazing menu!”
  • 50 locals recommend
Burger Joint
“Fantastic unique little place with interesting renditions of favorites. Try their breakfast, burgers and juices.”
  • 43 locals recommend
Spanish Restaurant
“Spain has a wide variety on their menu, most notably their seafood options. You’ll travel down 1A to get there and see RI’s coastline along the way. Great spot for “date night”...”
  • 23 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Classic RI seafood restaurant since 1948 --at our biggest fishing port---Galilee in Narragansett and on Salty Brine State Beach. Roger Wheeler and Scarborough State Beaches are within a couple of miles. Open year 'round. Walk from the Block Island Ferry landing and short drive over to Point Judith Light.”
  • 19 locals recommend
Pub
“This local watering hole has 70 micro brews on tap and a huge variety of scotch and whiskey.”
  • 23 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“Not only is Iggy's a staple of any summer spent in Rhode Island, but getting there couldn't be more convenient at literally just feet away from The Captain's Cottage”
  • 19 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“Beach, Friends, & Coastal Classics; this is the essence of who we are. Located in the sandy shoreline community of Narragansett, Trio is where relaxed, sociable gatherings effortlessly come together. Our cuisine is inspired by local and regional flavors complemented by a global wine list, regional draft beers and one-of-a-kind cocktails, each enjoyed throughout Trio’s traditional dining room, cobblestone patio with shaded tables, and around our newly renovated bar space. Whether for raw bar and cocktails or a leisurely dinner, locals and visitors join us year-round for the familiar comfort, fresh flavors and trusted hospitality of Trio.”
  • 16 locals recommend

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