Rhode Island's beach playground

Swimming, ocean kayaking, and of course, surfing — Narragansett RI is truly New England’s beach playground. The deep sea fishing is the best on the northeastern seaboard and Narragansett is the hopping off point for a day trip to adorable Block Island. This special stretch of sand and community now has its first boutique hotel – The Break

Our Lark Hotel in Narragansett

The Break


Centrally located to all Narragansett beaches, Point Judith Lighthouse, the Port of Galilee -- and a quick ferry right to Block Island -- our Narragansett RI hotel is the perfect base for a Rhode Island beach getaway.

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Where to Dine

Chair 5

(401) 363-9800   View Website   1208 Ocean Road, Narragansett, Rhode Island 02882

The signature restaurant of our Narragansett hotel! An elevated -- yet casual -- beach inspired bistro menu includes contemporary fare ranging from smoked chicken wings, fish tacos and Point Judith calamari to hanger steak and charred salmon. A raw bar offers fresh lobster and oysters right from the docks and dessert will take you back to summers as a child with homemade popsicles and a s'mores ice cream sandwich.

Two Ten Oyster Bar & Grill

(401) 782-0100   View Website   210 Salt Pond Road, South Kingstown, Rhode Island 02879

Hand-shucked, locally farmed raised oysters are delivered to your plate within hours of harvesting. Choose between ice cold on the half shell or chargrilled and sizzling in garlic butter. This vibrant location is the ideal hot spot with one of the best waterfront views in South County. Clam chowder, clam cakes and stuffed lobster are all great bets.

Spain of NarragansettNoteable

(401) 783-9770   View Website   1144 Ocean Road, Narragansett, Rhode Island 02882

A block from our Narragansett hotel, this Rhode Island treasure has a well-earned reputation for great food and great service. Steak, seafood and Spanish favorites (including absolutely killer Paellas!)

Crazy Burger

(401) 783-1810   View Website   144 Boon Street, Narragansett, Rhode Island 02882

Featuring more than 20 style of burgers (various hoof, fin, claw and veggie versions!) as well as soups, salads and entrees of all sorts, this BYOB joint is always hopping.

Aunt Carrie’s Restaurant

(401) 783-7930   View Website   1240 Ocean Road, Narragansett, Rhode Island 02882

Stroll right down the street to this iconic local seafood restaurant featuring chowder and clam cakes from Carrie’s original 1920’s recipes. Fun and filling for all ages.

Matunuck Oyster BarBuzz-Worthy

(401) 783-4202   View Website   629 Succotash Road, South Kingstown, Rhode Island 02879

A favorite of our Narragansett hotel’s owners, this full service restaurant features a signature raw bar, farm-to-table food and a curated wine list. Outdoor waterside dining in season. Want to learn more about how oysters and clams are cultivated in local waters? Ask about the Tour and Lunch package, which will find you sampling, learning AND wading into a 7-acre shellfish farm.

Where to Drink

Mews Tavern

(401) 783-9370   View Website   456 Main Street, undefined, Rhode Island 02879

Home to 69 craft brews, burgers and wood-fired calzone and pizzas, Mews is a Rhode Island must for beer lovers.

Charlie O's Tavern

(401) 782-2002   View Website   2 Sand Hill Cove Road, Narragansett, Rhode Island 02882

The specialty of the house is a strong and sweet sangria, but wines, cocktails, local craft beers and domestic bottled brews also reign supreme.