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Located near the breezy Bowen Wharf area, Fluke Wine Bar & Kitchen is a perfect little compliment to its waterfront location. Known for its fresh seafood made with unique creativity and an expensive but extensive collection of wines, Fluke is definitely a heart warmer for its regular patrons and visiting tourists. The place is airy and has a very relaxed edge to it. The service is friendly and prompt, making this destination a well-loved venue.
If seafood is on your mind, head downtown to the Mooring Restaurant. Along with beautiful views of the ocean you get to feast on some fresh seafood. The adventurous can head to the raw bar, apart from which an eclectic range of carefully prepared food awaits patrons. Feast on the cornmeal-basil crusted cod loin and complement it with a pick from an award winning wine list. Just make sure you don't venture here in your bathing suit and slippers.
Set in an 18th-century building, Clarke Cooke House is among the finest waterfront restaurants in town. Spread across three levels, with diverse dining experiences that range from fine dining to casual, intimate and celebratory, you can be sure of attentive service, fabulous food and refined ambiance. Summer Porch and 12 Metre Yacht Club Room is meant for upscale dining while the Skybar is a cozy, hidden gem for cocktails. The Bistro with its period décor and Candy Store adorned with sailing mementos is more relaxed. The Candy Store also offers excellent harbor views. The innovative fare at all these spaces is helmed by Chef Ted Gidley. Expect a memorable dining experience at this esteemed establishment.
The Black Pearl is widely viewed by Rhode Islanders as the dress-up place to go for fine dining in Newport. The classic American cuisine, from seafood to beef is recommended; and it is situated on a wharf in downtown Newport, so you can shop. Cafes and harbor views surround you as you walk by moored yachts on your way in and out. The Black Pearl can seat 200, has a full bar, offers a special late night menu and requires that men wear jackets to dine.
The Empire Tea and Coffee is one of the largest coffee shops in Rhode Island with an area of 5000 feet (1524 meters). This place serves brilliantly brewed coffee with some snacks like sandwiches, baked muffins, cakes and doughnuts.
Flo's is an authentic beachside locale for enjoying delicious clams and any other fried fish you wish as well as their signature picnic special of "two hot dogs and a bottle of Dom Perignon. Both takeout orders and sit down seating are available. Decorated with plastic nautical knick-knacks and littered with picnic tables to accommodate outside eaters, Flo's is a casual beachside restaurant. Inside, there is a full bar and the view of the beach from the upstairs balcony is the perfect place to watch the sunset. Cash only.