Britt’s Best Bites of the Week

For true foodies, there is nothing more exciting than trying out a new restaurant, especially in a beautiful, fun location! Visiting a new restaurant gives you the opportunity to visit a new place that you have not been before as well as be introduced to some unique dishes and drinks that you have never tried. And what is better than trying out a new place that you know is “foodie accredited?” This week, we’re featuring some of “Britt’s Best Bites’” favorite coastal locations that are an absolute must to add to your restaurant bucket list. If you are in any of the following areas, be sure to give these restaurants a try (you won’t regret it!):


South Shore: Sweet Lemon Restaurant in Weymouth, MA

Sweet Lemon Restaurant serves a great combination of Thai dishes with the freshest and finest ingredients. Experience the liveliness and excitement of their exhibition kitchen, their fast and friendly staff, and their delicious menu! 


Cape Cod & Islands: Sea Street Café in Hyannis, MA

Sea Street Café serves all-day breakfast and an assortment of specialty lunch items you can’t find elsewhere. Whether you’re in the mood for eggs, French omelets, sandwiches, griddled specialties, or more, Sea Street Café has you covered!


South Coast: Two Brothers Pizza & Mexican in Sandwich, MA

Two Brothers Pizza & Mexican is heralded as cutting-edge and unique, while holding on to the great taste and spirit of a traditional pizza parlor. Since 2004, the restaurant has been the recipient of acclaim by locals, publications, and critics as cutting-edge and unique.


West Bay & South County: Salted Slate in Providence, RI

Salted Slate does not cut corners or compromise. They focus on highlighting  the best qualities of every ingredient while utilizing every part of them. You can visit Salted Slate for brunch, lunch, or dinner! 


East Bay & Aquidneck Island: 15 Point Road Restaurant in Portsmouth, RI

15 Point offers casual seaside dining with an enchanting moonlit river view. They have a traditional menu, strongly influenced by the local bounty, as well as house specialties that are ever-changing, innovative, and contemporary.