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What better way to spend summers in Rhode Island than in Newport? Read on for tours and attractions available through our Pilot House, things to do morning, noon, or evening,  free outdoor music series at Bowen’s Wharf and ways to stay active this summer!   Book Tours & Attractions at Pilot House!  You’ve definitely gone by our Pilot House while walking along America’s Cup Avenue, but

It’s June, so with confidence we are happy to say that summer has arrived here at historic Bowen’s Wharf! There’s so much going on in Newport and we can’t wait to celebrate all summer long, starting with Father’s Day.   Father's Day Finds Shopping  Surprise your dad this Father’s Day with a day together on Bowen’s Wharf! Head over to his favorite shops like the Narragansett and Sail Loft for awesome finds, from

A Shucking Good Time!  Bowen’s Wharf was bustling for the 2019 Oyster Festival! Thank you to all who came out to enjoy the weekend with us — our sponsors, local growers, volunteers, sponsors, musicians, attendees, and special guests! Together we raised over $7,500 for The Nature Conservancy of RI, Ocean State Aquaculture Association and Oliver Hazard Perry. This festival broke the record for the three

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