HOME > Chowhound > Southern New England >


Narragansett, RI-Recs Needed

Heading to Narragansett for the week of July 4th. Would love any recommendations for great seafood restaurants, markets and any other foodie places. Thank you.

  1. Click to Upload a photo (10 MB limit)
  1. Matunuck Oyster Bar has great food and oysters with outdoor dining on water.

    Red Stripe has great mussels and fries dish (in strip mall)

    Trio is very good as well (has everything - pasta, seafood, steaks, etc)

    Trio Rhode Island
    15 Kingstown Road, Narragansett, RI 02882

    Red Stripe
    91 Point Judith Rd, Narragansett, RI 02882

    1 Reply
    1. re: amerksmann22

      I second Matunuck Oyster Bar. The whole menu is excellent, but especially the oysters.

    2. Crazy Burger on Boon Street is a fun casual restaurant. BYOBBAM (bring your own bottle by all means)

      Turtle Soup at the Ocean Rose Inn. Great food and bar, lovely ocean view.

      Trio, downtown.

      1. Thank you for the recommendations.

        1. Is there a great fish market you would recommend in the Narragansett area? Thank you.

          2 Replies
          1. Gardner's Wharf WIckford
            Great selection of shellfish that you get to pick through yourself.


            3 Replies
            1. re: FjmArch

              holy bivalves, how did i not know @ this place??? this is why i heart chowhound. Fjm, have you ever been to the warwick location and, if so, does it measure up to wickford? warwick is a bit closer for me, though i always love a field trip into adorable wickford where i inevitably spend WAY too much $

              1. re: sarabean

                You got me with that one, I did not even know about the Warwick Location. I will be stopping by there tomorrow to check it out and will report back.

                1. re: FjmArch

                  I've never been to the wickford store, but I love the Gardner's in Warwick!!

            2. iggy's is always good. Its in warwic near oakland beach where there is a fire works display every year. Voted Best Clam Shack, Best Fish & Chips, Best Guilty Indulgence, Best Place to Trip Down Memory Lane by Rhode Island Monthly's Best of Rhode Island as chosen by its readers.

              1 Reply
              1. re: Grendal

                There is also an Iggy's in Narragansett, where the O.P. will be staying and asking about until we got off topic and started to discuss Gardner's in Warwick.

              2. Check out the Coastal Grower's Farmer's Market at Casey Farm on Rte 1A - Saturday mornings until noon. It's not the largest farmer's market I've ever been to, but they have a solid selection of organic veggies, herbs, delicious baked goods, cheeses, etc - plus native meats and local seafood fresh off the boat! They always have some live entertainment, and the kids can visit the animals.