Comfort Inn At Atlantic Beach
28 Aquidneck Avenue
Middletown, RI 02842
Phone: (401) 619-2800
Fax: (401) 619-2814
28 Aquidneck Avenue, Middletown, RI, US, 02842
- Phone: (401) 619-2800
- Fax: (401) 619-2814
Bars & Cafes
This eatery features a sports bar ambience, many fine beverages, and a great selection of American and sports bar fare.
Johnny's Atlantic Beach Club looks a bit understated from the outside, but inside you will find the perfect place for a low-key business and family dinner. In this establishment, it is best to stick with seafood dishes such as the fried calamari appetizer, which is a meal in itself. The bar and lounge area is spacious and warm, and the glassed in dining room has an unobstructed water view. The view and the food make this club a favorite spot for many weddings and clambakes.
Jimmy's Saloon in Newport is a great local hangout where you can grab a bite and grab a pint. During the week, there are various theme evenings that include everything from karaoke, quiz, comedy or even live, local bands. On Friday evenings, you can enjoy some free food on the patio or indoors during the cooler months.
Prepare for an elegant and sophisticated dining experience at The Canfield House Restaurant. The restaurant is located in a mansion like structure, complete with dark wood furniture, vibrant wall decor and dainty silverware. The restaurant offers a romantic and intimate experience for dates and anniversaries. The food is American with signature touches from the culinary team. The bar is well stocked and has an impressive feel to it. The service staff functions smoothly and is in perfect sync with the buzzing pace of the restaurant.
Need a cool drink and some light appetizers after shopping for antiques or wandering downtown? Griswold's Tavern is a cool, dark welcoming spot for drinks and light fare. The atmosphere a casual environment with dark wood paneling and hardwood floors; but in good weather, the proprietors open the front walls to provide open-air seating and diners can sip drinks while watching shoppers stroll by. The menu is limited to hearty sandwiches, soups and appetizers, but the beer on tap and in bottles includes some local favorites and some standard ales.
Located at the Viking Newport Hotel, One Bellevue was ranked 'Best Hotel in Newport 2005' by Newport Life. Step into this belle world for a taste of the different regions of New England. While the restaurant offers an elegant setting, the outdoor patio is a better option when the weather permits. The menu is extensive and features fresh seafood and meat specialities. While the lobster and tomato Tarragon Omelette and Eggs Benedict are a great way to start the day, the juicy sandwiches are perfect for a light lunch. Afternoon Tea (between 2p-4p daily) serves yummy homemade biscuits. If you are in Newport, then a visit here is highly recommended. Call for timings.
Delectable coffee specialties and a menu of coffeehouse fare are offered at this eatery.
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.
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.
Located in the Vanderbilt Grace Hotel, The Conservatory is a glass walled room with a vintage feel. Surrounded by art and beauty, adorned by beautiful white and green flowered plants the restaurant has a pace of its own which is neither too fast or stagnant. The wine list is credible and well loved among its patrons. The place sets the mood for a great time and a memorable meal.
Look beyond the bustling gourmet coffee and muffin takeout service and you'll appreciate the tiny sit-down diner, complete with counter seating and a few local fishermen who are regular customers. The menu in this eatery has healthy items like yogurt, granola and ginger soda, and hearty staples like omelets and buckwheat pancakes. Enjoy free refills of the freshly roasted coffee and linger at your table. This is a great place to have a meal or meet some friends before a night out on the town.
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.