Beech Tree Inn and Cottage | B&B Hotel Newport RI
34 Rhode Island Ave, Newport, RI, USAhttp://www.beechtreeinn.com401-847-9794 | Toll Free: 800-748-6565Framed by two enormous beech trees, the Beech Tree Inn and Cottage B & B in Newport Rhode Island are charming Victorian homes that offer spacious guest rooms. Perfectly located in quiet "Historic Hill", it's just a short walk to Newport's fabulous restaurants, boutique shopping, ocean beach, and famous history.
150 Broadwayhttp://www.tuckersbistro.com(401) 846-3449Tucker's is our all time favorite. It's funky & interesting - perfect for groups or for an intimate dinner. The food is fantastic and Tucker makes his own Bailey's Irish Cream. Yummy!!! You will find Cindy hiding at a corner table twice a week - doesn't want Shelley to know just how often she frequents Tucker's!
Coddington Brewing Co
210 Coddington Hwyhttp://www.coddbrew.com(401) 847-6690Several different beers brewed on the premises and Shelley's favorite clam chowder. Coddington also has a wonderful big fireplace.
Scales and Shells
527 Thames Street(401) 846-3474You can watch your freshest-of-fresh seafood being cooked right there in the room. The skewers of veggies are wonderful. Milli & Tom just can't get enough.
963 Aquidneck Avenuehttp://www.anthonysseafood.net(401) 846-9620Good seafood at a good price.
348 Thames Streethttp://www.redparrot.org(401) 847-3800Different & good stuff. They have a neat, open backyard eating area too.
33 Bowens Landinghttp://www.coffeegrindernewport.com(401) 847-9307Get clam chowder or a sandwich at this takeout stand & sit on the public chairs to watch boats; be sure not to feed their dog too many bites.
China Star III
112 William Streethttp://www.chinastariii.com(401) 841-5556Favorite Chinese Food Restaurant! Jeff gets Egg Foo Yong, but Shelley loves the Crab Rangoon.
306 Broadwayhttp://a1pizzanewport.com(401) 849-2213A-1 Pizza, a local favorite, located on Broadway across from Newport Hospital, has been in business for 34 years.
Via Via Brick Oven Pizzeria Cafe
372 Thames Streethttp://viaviari.com/default.html(401) 846-4074Via Via, a late-night favorite since 1995, is known by Newporters as the only place to eat open late
Carmella's Pizzeria Middletown
330 West Main Roadhttp://carmellasri.net(401) 847-2424Dine on specialty pizza and fine Italian food at Carmella's Pizzeria.
Ben & Jerry's
359 Thames Streethttp://www.benjerry.com/thamesstreet(401) 846-2663
8 Freebody St # 1http://www.infantinteriors.com(401) 842-0010Design inspiration: Grey and blue and bunnies, too. Luke's nursery is a refreshing mix of modern greys with traditional design and soft accents.
909 East Main Road(401) 848-5161Offers great local wine.
Aurora Schooner Charters
5 Marina View Terracehttp://www.newportexperience.com/SchoonerAurora.php(401) 849-6683With her two masts tall under a clear sky, Aurora will take you back to a time reminiscent of the "Tall Ships Era."
Ghost Tours of Newport
http://www.ghostsofnewport.com(401) 841-8600Meet on Second floor to take a lantern-led evening stroll down historic Newport, Rhode Island's shadowy lanes and discover the ghosts, ghouls, and legends of our haunted city by the sea.
Art On the Wharf
33 Bannisters Wharf # 3http://www.artonthewharf.com/Site/Welcome.html(401) 845-6858Established in 1999, Art on the Wharf , the gallery and studio of British artist Anthony Gill, overlooks Newport harbor on Bannister's Wharf.
Accidental Artist LLC
516 Thames Streethttp://www.theaccidentalartist.org(401) 848-2501Come and paint your worries away! Our store is something for the senses. We have an upbeat atmosphere filled with the aroma of burning candles. Also there will always be music for busy artists to paint to. We offer complimentary drinks as well!
Ryan Family Amusements
268 Thames Streethttp://www.ryanfamily.com(401) 846-5774Ryan Family Amusements entertainment center features bowling, huge games rooms with the hottest, newest, coolest arcade games, and party rooms for all.
Museum of Yachting
Fort Adams State Parkhttp://www.moy.org(401) 847-1018The Museum of Yachting celebrates the history and traditions of yachting by staging informative exhibits and educational programming.
New England Aquarium
1 Central Wharfhttp://www.neaq.org/index.php(617) 973-5200Founded in 1969, the New England Aquarium is a global leader in ocean exploration and marine conservation.
Providence Childrens Museum
100 South Streethttp://www.childrenmuseum.org(401) 273-5437A hands-on museum for children and adults
Astors' Beechwood Mansion
580 Bellevue Avenue(401) 846-3772Astors' Beechwood Mansion takes a spirited living-history approach with costumed actors portraying the Astor clan and servants who once lived here. Mystery murder nights too.
Newport City Easton's Beach
175 Memorial Blvdhttp://www.cityofnewport.com/departments/economic-development/beach/home.cfm(401) 845-5810Easton's Beach, located on Memorial Boulevard at the start of the Cliff Walk, is a 3/4 mile long surf beach with a board walk.
http://www.fortadams.org(401) 841-0707Visit this engineering and architectural masterpiece to see where the soldiers lived, enter the casemates, explore the tunnel system, and climb the bastions for breathtaking views.