Restaurants and Bars


Newport has dozens of restaurants, most of which are easily walkable from the Harborside Inn.  There's something for every palate and budget.  We keep a comprehensive list at the front desk, and we're always happy to offer personal suggestions.   Here are a few of our favorites .... 



Clarke Cooke House (two block walk) 

"Quintessential Newport" overlooking Bannister's Wharf.  


Fluke (two block walk)   

A foodie favorite on Bannister's Wharf. 


White Horse Tavern (five block walk)

"The oldest tavern in America" offers a truly historic setting and fine cuisine. 


The Lobster Bar (three block walk)

Ideal for a sunset-facing drink or casual bite. 


Perro Salado (five block walk)

This early colonial house, built before 1714, now serves "inspired Mexican.”


Brick Alley Pub & Restaurant (four block walk)

Popular, colorful and casual with a diverse menu.   


Scales and Shells (five block walk)

Seafood, seafood, seafood!  


22 Bowen's (two block walk)  

Top-notch steakhouse on Bowen's Wharf. 


The Mooring (one block walk) 

Large waterfront restaurant with diverse, delicious menu.  


The Black Pearl (two block walk)  

Classic New England tavern and dining room on the wharf.    


Norey's (ten block walk or pedicab) 

Upscale, converted diner in newly-chic Broadway district. 


Belle's Café at Newport Shipyard (eight block walk or pedicab) 

Casual lunch or brunch enjoyed literally on the dock amid mega-yachts.