Hey, Trendy Travelers: Here’s what’s up with our local scene . . .
Rhody Beer & Cheese Pairing: Feb 18, 19, & 25 6:30-7:30PM & Feb 26, 5:30-6:30pm
Back by popular demand! Newport Storm Brewery and Narragansett Creamery are teaming up to bring you the best of local flavor. Experience a local beer and cheese pairing with five locally brewed beers and five locally made cheeses to show off the best Rhode Island artisan agriculture has to offer. Tickets available here.
Full of hysterical characters, hilarious games, and side-splitting musical numbers these shows will leave you wanting more every time. No two shows are ever the same. Everything is truly made up on the spot from YOUR suggestions so don’t miss a single laugh!
Touted as “New England’s Largest Winter Extravaganza,” the annual Winter Festival will take place February 17th-26th, 2017 throughout Newport and Newport County. Featuring over 150 events, the Festival offers a unique winter experience combining food, festivities, music, and fun for all ages.
If you’ve never experienced a Saint Patrick’s Day in Newport, you’re really missing out on loads of fun and excitement! Newport’s distinguished Irish immigrant history makes for authentic traditions throughout the month of March leading up to New England’s loooongest St. Paddy’s Day parade. Hundreds of floats, flogging dancers, leprechauns of all sizes, bands from all over New England, reenactments, fifes and drums, and of course, the bag pipes! Basically, it’s a BLAST!! And the Fitzroy is smack dab in the middle of all the action! Truly, one of a kind experience!
Fireside Friday at Newport Vineyard
An extended evening wine tasting! Set in the Tank Room overlooking the patio firepits, enjoy live music from Silverteeth while you taste up to five Newport Vineyards wines. Then head upstairs to cozy up by the Brix fireplace for Executive Chef Andy’s special Fireside Menu and $10 wine -OR- beer flights.
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This mild New England weather has got us thinking Spring! We can almost smell the daffodils!
Springtime: When all things begin anew. Starting with The Newport Daffodil Days Festival. Before we know it the daffodils will begin to bloom. This 10 day affair of spectacular displays of heavenly, yellow floral blankets spread delightfully along the Cliff Walk, around the Mansions and over just about every park, street corner, storefronts and outside of the city’s best eats! Oh, wait, we have a Spring Package you just can’t beat!!
Yesterday is gone. After 42 years in business, Newport said goodbye to a longtime favorite as Yesterday’s Restaurant closed its doors back in September. However, the space won’t remain unoccupied for too long. Stoneacre Pantry plans to move from its current location on Thames Street into the 5,000sf space in Washington Square. In addition to running a restaurant, they will also run a butcher shop and New York style deli out of the space. The brasserie-style restaurant will serve lunch and dinner daily and brunch on the weekends. The butcher shop and deli will open daily at 7 a.m.