Restaurants in Narragansett, RI

Favorite Narragansett restaurants share one thing in common: the scent of ocean air all around them. Menus are seafood-focused, the main specialties being fried clams, clam cakes, and clam chowder, lobster, flounder, and the snail salad that is so loved throughout Rhode Island. On the side of any seafood — clam chowder in particular — you want doughboys, which are puffs of hot, fried dough blanketed in sugar. Doughboys are reminiscent of donuts, but not nearly as heavy.

Narragansett’s Most Famous Dishes

On a sunny picnic table, fried clams are piled high in a red-checked cardboard boat.

Fried Clams

Chewy bits of snail wallow in garlic & veggies

Snail Salad

Scoops of strawberry, pistachio, and vanilla ice cream accompany a slice of 4-layer chocolate cake.

Ice Cream

A scoop of pale green pistachio ice cream crowns a slice of pear tart

Pistachio Ice Cream

Narragansett’s Best Restaurants

Brickley’s Ice Cream & Cakes

NARRAGANSETT, RI

Champlin’s Seafood Deck

NARRAGANSETT, RI

Iggy’s of Narragansett

NARRAGANSETT, RI

Aunt Carrie’s

NARRAGANSETT, RI

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