Newport has dozens of restaurants, many of which are easily walkable from the Jailhouse Inn. There's something for every palate and budget. We keep a comprehensive list at the front desk, and we are always happy to offer personal suggestions.
Here are a few of our favorites:
White Horse Tavern (diagonally across the street from the Jailhouse)
"The oldest tavern in America" offers a truly historic setting and fine cuisine.
Perro Salado (right next door)
This early colonial house, built before 1714, now serves "inspired Mexican.”
Brick Alley Pub & Restaurant (two blocks away)
Popular, colorful and casual with a diverse menu.
Clarke Cooke House (four blocks walk)
"Quintessential Newport" overlooking Bannister's Wharf.
Fluke (four blocks walk)
A foodie favorite on Bannister's Wharf.
22 Bowen's (four blocks walks)
Top-notch steakhouse on Bowen's Wharf.
The Black Pearl (four blocks walk)
Classic New England tavern and dining room on the wharf.
Aquidneck Lobster Bar (four blocks walk)
Ideal for a sunset-facing drink or casual bite to eat.
The Rhumbline (four blocks walk)
Local favorite nestled in the historic "Point" neighborhood.
Norey's (four blocks walk)
Upscale, converted diner in newly-chic Broadway district.
Fifth Element (four blocks walk)
Popular bar/restaurant with imaginative cuisine and decor.
Belle's Café at Newport Shipyard (four blocks walk)
Casual lunch or brunch enjoyed literally on the dock amid mega-yachts.
Restaurants and Bars