This historical tavern was a cool place for lunch. This is the oldest tavern in the US. The shrimp cocktail was wonderful and the burger was excellent.
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Situated in a very historical part of Newport, even the walk over is a good time. Confirmed as the oldest Tavern in the US and comes with lots of stories. I ordered the Chicken, which was different and delicious. My fiancé loved the Heirloom Tomato...More
Actually, my lobster roll on a croissant was fantastic as was the chowder. The place is very old, yet still has its charm. Sure, it may be a bit on the "touristy" side, but it is authentic and what not have a great meal while...More
I've reviewed this place previously (last year) and it was wonderful. BUT, this year it isn't so good. We arrived at about 2pm in an attempt to miss the lunch crowd. We both ordered blue cheese hamburgers RARE, one with French Fries and one with...More
I wanted to go here as one of the high points of our vacation. I love old buildings, and looked forward to eating in the famous dining room.We met dress code, but I had made the mistake of telling them were there for appetizers and...More
Stopped in for a quick lunch and was not disappointed! Great lobster BLT in a beautiful building. Lovely staff too. Definitely worth a second visit or recommendation.
My father is a Revolutionary War history buff, so we wanted to treat him to a dinner here. After two reminders about the dress code, our party was very nicely dressed though, while other male diners weren't wearing collarless shirts, not too many were at...More
Stopped at the tavern for drinks and a bite The dining hall is tiny so reservations are recommended Has Brussels sprouts and mushroom appetizer Waitress was nice and gave excellent wine suggestions The food is tasty and very flavorful Many dishes have an asian twist...More
This tavern has a lot of history, as indicated by the year 1673. We enjoyed the small bar and the patio area. The hostess, bartender and other patrons were friendly and helpful. We didn't eat, but others in our travel group said the lobster macaroni...More