Want to know where the locals eat in Narragansett? We’ve got you covered!
Monahan’s has a rich history – it’s had many purposes over the last several decades. Originally owned by Joseph Monahan, it has functioned as a gas station, restaurant, clam shack, and dairy bar over the years. Today, Monahan’s offers classic seashore seafood with a Rhode Island twist! Want a few recommendations for what to order? Maybe the Point Judith calamari or the clam cakes and clam chowder? Or their clam strip or whole bellies dinner! Looking for a sandwich? Try their famous hot lobster roll or scallop roll. And the best part? The ocean view from their patio! No room on the patio? Walk a few feet over to the seawall and set up a little picnic!
In the late 1800s, the US Life Saving Service, now known as the US Coast Guard, built a station of solid granite perched overlooking Narragansett Bay. Today it’s home to the Coast Guard House, a restaurant revered for serving locally harvested seafood. The year-round restaurant has a beautiful indoor dining room along with multiple patios and outdoor dining spaces for the warmer months. And the menu is a seafood lover’s dream! Lobster rolls and raw bar and linguini and clams, oh my! Sitting right along the Narragansett sea wall, Coast Guard House has one of the best oceanside views in the state!
What a cool restaurant – perfect for a casual date night! The walls are covered with bikes and old bike parts and there are always bike or surf videos playing on a tv screen by the bar. Within a ten minutes drive of the University of Rhode Island, this is a favorite spot for college students to enjoy some delicious eats and drinks. Can’t go wrong with their wood-fired pizza, fish tacos, or delicious burgers.
Overlooking the Block Island Sound in the picturesque fishing port of Galilee, George’s of Galilee Waterfront Seafood Restaurant has been serving generations of families its award-winning signature dishes since 1948 and it shows! Aside from having one of the widest selections of local boat-to-plate seafood and farm-to-table vegetables, George’s has six different dining rooms on two floors, al fresco dining, and a takeout window, all with spectacular waterfront views. They even have their own beach and offer beach blanket service during the summer. George’s is the largest waterfront restaurant in Rhode Island (seating almost 500 people) – it’s well worth a visit!
This bustling Spanish restaurant beckons with old-world flavors, sangria & seating by an outdoor fountain. Since opening in 1987, Executive Chef Salvador Gomes and his team have worked hard to prepare fresh, cooked-to-order dishes with a Mediterranean flair. Their renowned offerings include traditional Spanish paella, handcrafted sangria, and fresh seafood specials. A local South County favorite, Spain is guided by a commitment to fine food, locally sourced ingredients, and first-rate service. This is the perfect spot for a romantic anniversary dinner!