Reviews on Bar food in Westerly, Rhode Island, United States. Sitting on the south shore of Rhode Island, the town of Westerly is a quiet residential community in the winter, swelling in the summer to accommodate tourists eager to explore the local beaches, Narragansett Bay and the Rhode Island Sound. Just over the border from Connecticut, Westerly is conveniently located to the Aquarium at Mystic, as well as the Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods Casinos. Nearby, the picturesque village of Watch Hill features ocean views, ice cream shops, and craft boutiques.
Things to do in Westerly
4 based on 817 reviews
Lovely view,had been there before,however last week I ordered the French Onion soup. Had to differentiate between ,bowl,cup, crock! Ok,when it arrived,looked ok, but Wham there was something odd! Waitress told me they add saffron,paprika and oregano! I could not eat it! She was kind enough to remove it from the bill,but I then ordered the New England clam chowder ,which was blah..Had to stop somewhere for Pizza in the way back
4 based on 128 reviews
Downtown Westerlyâs crafted comfort brewpub. The menu consists of locally sourced seasonal ingredients while the bar offers handcrafted cocktails and 24 draft craft beers featuring house brewed beers.
We had a very good meal complimented by very good service. I had shrimp over penne and my wife had salmon encrusted with everything. The food was served timely, hot and perfectly cooked both appetizer and the meal and the dessert was very nice too. The server was hard working, friendly with a great personality. You canât ask for more. We will be back.
4 based on 243 reviews
Been back today for 2nd visit. $20 to park with $10 in vouchers for food and drink. Drink specials are great with a $5 beer and $7 mixed drink. The food was once again excellent: the Lobster sandwich was FULL and tasty, coleslaw was perfectly zingy, the steak sandwich was large, stuffies were very good just need a little bit of seasoning, and chicken Ceasar was large and filling. Slow service, but don't mind as we were sitting enjoying the sunshine and views of the beach. Had a drink after we ate while the boys went into the water!. Great day.
4 based on 144 reviews
Tucked away downtown Westerly, inconspicuous, but don't pass this place by. Meg was our server, delightfully warm and friendly, attentive and efficient, made us feel welcome and comfortable. The restaurant setup is uniquely different from any other we've experienced, booths and tables, very comfortable and an attractive bar. Cocktails are generous as well as the food portions, all of which are outstanding. We will be back!
4 based on 48 reviews
had eggs benedict,wife had cheese omelet with toast,both had tea and the breakfast came out hot,toast was buttered nicely,asked for extra butter,came with no problem. only one problem,had asked for my eggs to come on a grilled english but it came toasted instead. not a big deal and it was still very good.Tea was hot.Not expensive and the service was fine. I will go there again.
4 based on 317 reviews
We came here based on tips from lifetime Westerly locals. The buildings and land scraping are beautiful. People hold weddings at this venue. We got there early (4:45) and got right in but it was packed by the time we left. They do run 4 or 5 seafood specials that change often. We started with âStuffiesâ (stuffed Quahog clams) and they were very good; 2 for $8.00. My wife had the clam al a sham and I had the lobster roll (started with the Halibut special but had to send it back). The lobster roll here is a good size and more reasonably priced than most places we have been, 16.99. Have it warm or cold; I did warm and it was delicious with plenty of claw meat. My wifeâs clam linguine had a lovely white wine sauce and the chorizo gave it a good depth of flavor (16.99). Kids menu is 6.95 but is a little small (or maybe my kids are getting bigger). 2 entrees, 1 appetizer and a kids meal cost around $50.00. The service was good, place was clean. Would go back if in Westerly again.
4 based on 255 reviews
We're pretty lucky in this little corner of the world. Sandwiched between the fishing fleets of Stonington and Point Judith, we are fortunate to have access to some of the best and freshest seafood in the world. Oysters from Charlestown. Tautog and strip
Many seafood items to choose from, plus more. Everything is cooked to perfection, the wait staff is very friendly and attentive. Attractive restaurant featuring an oyster bar.
4 based on 405 reviews
Opened in 2010, in historic downtown Westerly Rhode Island, Bridge Restaurant is perched over the Pawcatuck, where the river meets the sea. Our menu features meats and produce from local farms, and our seafood and shellfish are sourced from nearby waters
We decided to return here after a long hiatus and several ownership changes having heard that it had improved a lot. Unfortunately that was not our experience. The waitress seemed very accommodating while taking our orders and the daily specials sounded good if somewhat pricey. Unfortunately my dish did not arrive as ordered and the waitress did not return to ask if all was OK. Water was refilled to only some of us and others were ignored until requested. Rolls had to be requested. So while the location is attractive, right on the river, with outside and inside dining, and an inclusive menu, the lack of attention paid to detail of the orders was disappointing. High prices were also a turn off. We will not rush back.
4 based on 249 reviews
My husband and I came in here as part of a small event. The place was very accommodating and nice with lots of space available. There was a singer there that night (he was amazing) so it was very crowded. The owner was very hands on and we saw lots of employees working hard. They have an excellent tap list available. My one complaint is based on a handful of the servers that were there. Since the rest of the servers and bartenders were so friendly I didn't mark the experience down since I don't believe that this is the norm. I was going up to pay so I went over to the side where the register was located. It overlapped a little bit into the area where the servers wait for their drinks to be made, but all I was doing was handing the bartender my credit card to close out so I wasn't too worried that my elbow was in their space. A couple of the servers were clearly annoyed by this (I was there for 2 minutes and the register was located there so it didn't seem like a big deal) so they put up a line separator/blocker while I was there, nudged me with the thing and didn't apologize (the entire time muttering annoyances under their breath). I understand when a place is packed and you're trying to get around customers that you can get frustrated, but you're in the service industry and having a packed bar is a good thing. Other than that the experience was great.
4 based on 118 reviews
Located in historic Downtown Mystic, just steps from the drawbridge, Chapter One features 24 locally crafted drafts, signature cocktails, and a diverse wine list. Our kitchen is open daily featuring a variety of meals. Our menu offers a range of entrees i
Burgers are amazing!! Devils in horseback are also amazing!!! Caesar salad was meh. Vegan paella was great. Just took aWhile to get the drinks and food and check. Very very nice people!!Hi chrissJ6238OB, thank you for your review! We greatly appreciate the feedback. We strive for excellence, from food to decor to service, and are always grateful when a guest has enjoyed their experience & what they feel we could have improved upon. We apologize your service wasn't as prompt as it could have been. We'd love to send you a gift certificate to try Chapter One again, on us this time! We're confident you'll have an enjoyable meal and quicker service next time. What is the best email to reach you on? Thanks again & hope to see you soon!
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