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Iconic RI seafood restaurant from 1920s. Casual atmosphere. Origin of the Clam Cake, voted best clam cakes in RI.
famous, great lobster roll and take home cinnamon bread! good location, concession take out or restaurant with nice views.
A quintessential casual southern Rhode Island clam shack with full menu, indoor and outdoor seating.
“Classic RI seafood restaurant since 1948 --at our biggest fishing port---Galilee in Narragansett and on Salty Brine State Beach. Roger Wheeler and Scarborough State Beaches are within a couple of miles. Open year 'round. Walk from the Block Island Ferry landing and short drive over to Point Judith Light.”
“Quick eats, order outside and find a picnic table. Famous for clam cakes, chowder and dough boys.”
“This is the beach that EVERYBODY knows. Go for the scene. Families, couples, plenty of parking for everyone. Great local eats nearby in Narragansett. Good waves for body surfing. ”
“An octagonal brick building erected in 1816. A Coast Guard and tower beacon were maintained at the point during the Revolution. Original wooden lighthouse, built in 1806, was blown down in the Great Gale of September 1815. The last German U-Boat sunk in World War II was two miles off the light. Visitors welcome to the grounds; lighthouse and Coast Guard Station restricted.”
“Spain has a wide variety on their menu, most notably their seafood options. You’ll travel down 1A to get there and see RI’s coastline along the way. Great spot for “date night”...”