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Set against the ravishing backdrop of the majestic Harbor, The Grill at the Forty1 Degree Hotel is a location with a mesmerizing view. The food ranges from fresh seafood to meats which are grilled and sauteed to perfection. The bar is a well equipped area with a notable collection of wines. Made comfortable with reclining chairs and beautiful wooden furnishing, the place is as cozy as one can expect. Although a little expensive, a dining experience at The Grill is worth it.
Established in 1995, Brickley's Ice Cream parlor is seasonal outlet which is opened from April to October and produces about 45 different flavors in a day. Besides ice-creams they also specialize in sorbets, yogurt, sugar-free ice-creams, and a lot more. They also have been awarded several times for 'Best Ice-Cream in South County', and 'Best Home-made Ice Cream in Rhode Island'. They only accept cash, but an ATM is available at the store front.
Enjoy candlelight garden or patio dining at elegant Sardella's, with private paneled rooms. Plan rehearsal dinners and special events in an air-conditioned room with your Italian meal. Relax by the French doors or in an informal tavern. Find traditional Italian cuisine or order nightly seafood specials and seasonal selections. An extensive wine list is available or sample a taste by the glass. Three private party dining rooms are available.
Awful takes on a new meaning after a visit to this casual, child-friendly diner. The Newport Creamery serves its own special concoction of ice cream and syrup milkshake, called an Awful, Awful, or an Awful, Awful with Attitude that is a milkshake with cookie crumbs, candy or other sweet treats. Find third or half pound Angus burgers with all the toppings and great sandwiches available in both regular and child size portions. The real draw to this multi-location restaurant is their specialty extra creamy, ice cream and sundaes which are also available for takeout.
The West Deck has the dual role of being a quaint, elegant restaurant and one of the most popular bar spots in town. Down a deserted wharf, the restaurant is in a charming Colonial home with decorative china and long floral drapes. The simple seafood, chicken and meat dishes are superb. The heavily draped windows attempt to shield dinner guests from the outside porch that has a very raucous bar scene in warm weather.