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A great place to bring the family for a casual lunch or dinner. Italian fare including pizza, pasta and seafood is served in the dining room, on the patio and in the spacious bar.
This legendary beachside restaurant features traditional New England fare, fresh seafood and old classics with a new twist!
Enjoy breakfast or lunch as you watch planes arrive and depart Block Island State Airport. Kids love it! Outside seating.
This hip pub is a destination for music, games, food, drinks and fun, featuring the only 360-degree view of Block Island, circa 1949.
Seafood and sunsets reign at this famous island haunt. With a menu emphasizing local farm ingredients, “Dead Eye’s” cooks up classic, coastal dishes with a twist.
A popular island bistro offering islanders and tourists alike an eclectic array of delicacies.
An island tradition, Finn's serves lunch and dinner. The island’s largest selection of lobster and seafood, fresh from Finn’s Fish Market next door.
This juice bar and café is in its twentyfirst season serving REAL fruit smoothies and organic coffee, as well as breakfast and lunch.
Set in the heart of historic Old Harbor, the Harbor Grill is a great choice for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
This Victorian hotel features refined dining. Gourmet Magazine called the Manisses: “Impressive for both originality and variety.”
Watch the ferries come and go as you enjoy handcrafted beer and a range of affordable food options, including seafood, steaks, pasta, sandwiches, Asian specialties and a variety of salads.
Enjoy traditional New England fare, with a flair — the amazing setting that makes the Narragansett Inn so memorable.
Known for its steaks and its ocean-side dining, the venerable “National” offers fireside drinks and tapas on the back patio.
This island favorite offers a varied, reasonably priced menu for lunch and dinner, and features their extensive sushi bar.
'Good Grief' is the slogan of this charming eatery, where you can meet Brigid. Yes that's how she spells her name.
For pastries, desserts, ice cream, coffees and full breakfast, look for Aldo's on Weldon's Way.
Vermont’s famous ice cream is here on Block Island! — New location this summer, just 100 yards from the ferry!
This bed and breakfast is convenient to both Old Harbor and New Harbor, the airport, shops, restaurants, beaches and ferries.
You can step into yesteryear with a stay at The 1661 Inn & Hotel Manisses. Great locations, top-notch guest services.
The Sullivan House offers the best of Block Island—elegance, natural beauty and fine cuisine.
Whether you are looking for an elegant wedding for 300 or a casual clambake, look no further than Block Island’s favorite catering team, Kimberly and Norman.
Live music, beachside bar and shore-dinner-style seafood. At the end of the breakwater, just 100 yards from ferry dock.
Right on the beach and in the center of town, the Surf features a full-service restaurant that offers drinks inside or at the beachside bar on the deck.
Frosty brews and mixed drinks at affordable prices. Friendly staff and laid-back atmosphere make the PPP a favorite for late night and pre-partying.
An island tradition for generations. By the dozens or one at a time, these homemade donuts are KILLER!
This local’s favorite has craft beer on tap, serves casual pub food and features a large patio that’s great for for mingling on summer days.
Offering locally sourced meats and seafoods, unique wine lists and rotating craft beers on draught.
Kimberly & Norman Ward, and crew have a new restaurant! The warm, friendly ambiance is topped by a fresh and sophisticated menu.
Captivating views, great food, good company and the recreation that abounds on Block Island will reinvigorate you. Choose from 50 luxury rooms in the hotel, barn suites or townhomes.
This ship-shape cafe sits high above Ocean Avenue, in airy space with views as pleasing as the coffee. Excellent menu.
This Block Island landmark was open during prohibition, and the fun hasn’t stopped since! Situated just off the beach, with an outside deck.
Enjoy lunch with a view of Crescent Beach at this outdoor Mexican restaurant, on the deck at Yellow Kittens Tavern. A well-honed menu featuring a tasty combination of Tex-Mex and traditional Mexican items.
Fine dining in a historic tavern setting. Chef Berke Marye combines French cooking with a Southern twist. Small plates and salads are part of a fusion menu featuring seafood, beef, lamb and vegetarian items.
Enjoy Tapas, cocktails and beautiful sunsets on this Victorian Inn’s veranda and lawn, then finish the evening with a romantic candlelight dinner.