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Laughing & eating all the way: That’s the way we welcome the holiday season to New England …yep, with eating! Newport Restaurant Week (November 2-11, 2018) celebrates Newport’s cuisine scene and this year local seafood plays a starring role. 22 Bowen’s, Diego’s and Wharf Pub Newport present prix fixe 2-course lunches for $20 and 3-course dinners at $50. Fluke created premier 3 course ($50)

In April, Newport sailors put finishing touches on their boats and get ready to launch. We all welcome milder temps. Festivals and local businesses participate in outdoor activities that inspire works of art. Bowen’s Wharf is home to amazing art galleries that explore spring after a long New England winter. Our galleries & shops are influenced by Newport events and

“We always dreamt about a separate bar room, a new space, for private parties and now we have it!” The newly renovated upstairs of Diego’s can accommodate 60 people.  Having outgrown their ground-floor patio restaurant, Scott & Adrienne Kirmil, decided it was time to expand and improve. When Roger King Fine Art gallery downsized and decided to move off-wharf the Kirmil’s jumped into

Bowen’s Wharf and Newport waterfront restaurants are known for their fresh and local flavor. Wonder where the fresh, local seafood comes from? The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management’s Division of Agriculture manages the Rhode Island Seafood website, and besides being a presence at our Seafood Festival they also work closely with many local restaurants, such as our own Fluke Wine, Bar, & Kitchen.

225 years ago, on the morning of August 17th, 1790 George Washington arrived in Newport, Rhode Island. Washington’s commitment to religious liberty, the involvement of people in the new democracy, and the campaign for the Bill of Rights all came together that day in August. The result is the Letter to the Hebrew Congregations of Newport, a profound statement of