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greenstate Jul 5, 2010 05:13 PM

Looking for a great seafood lunch in Bristol Rhode Island, more casual than fancy.

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    LMWW RE: greenstate Jul 5, 2010 06:52 PM

    Quito's. Hands down. And it is super casual.

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      tanker64 RE: LMWW Jul 5, 2010 07:36 PM

      Absolutely. Grerat seafood and great location on the harbor. Sit outside if at all possible

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      hummingbird RE: greenstate Jul 5, 2010 08:50 PM

      Another vote for Quito's:

      http://www.quitosrestaurant.com/

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        thegreenfish RE: greenstate Jul 6, 2010 06:44 AM

        Another great lunch spot in Bristol is The Beehive. It's not seafood, but it's amazing! Great burgers and pizza, there's always something a little different on the menu and the produce is as local and fresh as it gets. It's right near Quito's, maybe stop there for dessert and coffee after lunch!

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          jdma RE: greenstate Jul 6, 2010 07:54 AM

          Ditto for Quito's... Perhaps the best "clamshack" in all of RI....

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            foodjunkie1991 RE: jdma Jul 7, 2010 04:05 AM

            quito's is great. anyone know what is going into the old belvdere hotel space on hope st? i know they put new apartments from the 2nd floor up but i was told a couple of years ago a restaurant from Providence was moving in there and right now it is still empty.

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              Frank Terranova RE: jdma Jul 7, 2010 04:46 AM

              Thanks I dont usually eat much fried stuff but Clams are one of my favorite. I listened to someone else once and went to Flo's It sucked bad the worst fried stuff I have eaten but I will try Quintos.

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                greenstate RE: Frank Terranova Jul 7, 2010 02:18 PM

                We ate at Quito's and we both had a lobster roll. Maybe it was an off day - 98 degrees - but they were very fishy tasting and very small for $17.95. I get that, "you get what you pay for" and I would pay more for value and quality but I just wasn't feeling it at Quito's. Fried food seemed to be what the crowds were eating.

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                  LMWW RE: greenstate Jul 10, 2010 12:29 PM

                  That's disappointing. Can't say I've ever had a lobster roll there. My favorite dishes are ones that incorporate a variety of seafood - the seafood stew, seafood casserole, and the seafood medley with the fra diavalo over linguini are all incredibly tasty. But, to be fair, none of those are dishes I would want to eat for lunch on a 98 degree day!!

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