Sun brings to life the goldenrod walls and vases of cut flowers in Tavern By The Sea's dining room, which opens onto the sailboat-speckled mirror of Wickford Harbor. Crisp linens cloak tables and serve as positive role models for young ghosts, and the sizzle of oil drifts into the dining room, laden with the scent of fish 'n' chips breaded in Sam Adams. Drifting strands of steam unfurl from bowls of lobster bisque, and chowders don crowns of cracker crumbs to add textural accents to New England clams and cream. During the summer months or the reign of rogue meteorologists, the eatery's deck opens for business and fills with chatter drifting from beneath a colorful battalion of umbrellas.
Gillian's Ale House follows the American pub tradition of hearty eats, cold beer, and televised sports. The menu takes some culinary cues from Ireland, filling diners' bellies with shepherd's pie, beer-battered fish and chips, and pints of perfectly poured Guinness. Half-pound Angus burgers, grilled Reubens, and loaded nachos also complement domestic and foreign brews at the laid-back eatery, which features HDTVs and occasional guest DJs and karaoke.
The Fish Market Restaurant and Bar’s talented chefs plate an array of seafood menu offerings alongside succulent steaks and bountiful pastas to complete a scenic waterfront-dining experience. Lunchtime cravings meet their match against the lobster roll—a freshly shucked lobster bathed in tarragon mayo and served on a grilled roll ($14). Pescetarians can their sink fangs into the linguine and clam sauce’s locally sourced littleneck clams sautéed in house-made marinara ($17). The catch of the day sends a baked filet sailing toward tables toting house stuffing and a copy of the day’s newspaper to prove its freshness ($19). The seafood fra diavola unrolls a veritable red carpet fit for oceanic celebrities such as shrimp, sea scallops, muscles, and lobster doused in spicy marinara and served over linguine or penne pasta ($29).
A bastion of northeastern good cheer just off the gaming floor, Wicked Good's lingua franca is professional sports, with priority given to New England teams on more than 25 TV-screens worth of live games, tournaments, and hootenannies. Turn fistfights with clones into friendly meals with a starter basket of hot, breaded mozzarella sticks escorted by savory marinara sauce ($5.99) or the Double Header, which drizzles a pair of Rhode Island's own stuffed quahogs with fresh lemon ($6.99). The Yankee Dipper tops a tender roast-beef sandwich with melted american cheese and duets it with au jus dipping sauce ($9.99). Otherwise, egg on the kidneys' natural team rivalry by chasing a New York Yankee pot roast ($13.99) with the Red Socks, layers of red velvet cake and chocolate truffle filling ($6.99).
Ozzi Buger is RI first "Build Your Own Burger". It is the 1950's fast food of our error. With the simple check what you want menu, it is very easy to create endless creations of tasty burgers. We only use fresh Herford beef cooked to your liking. Top it off with our hand cut sweet fry's and Ozzi's pink sauce.
The menu at 007 is packed with high-protein thrills. Cut to the sating chase with a hefty half-pound 007 burger, topped with grilled mushrooms and onions, bacon, provolone, lettuce, tomato, and blue-cheese dressing ($9.99), or a 14-ounce grilled sirloin with their secret spice rub ($19.99, 10-ounce available for $15.99). To escape the New World tastes and return to an Old World state of tongue, have a classic order of fish and chips ($10.99).