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. In truth, 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-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: New Tokyo Japanese Restaurant in Plymouth, MA
New Tokyo offers a wide variety of the finest Japanese dishes, including katsu, tempura, ramen, fried rice, sushi, and more. If you’re in the mood for hibachi or other Asian cuisines, this is the perfect spot!
Cape Cod & Islands: Jason’s Tavern in South Dennis, MA
Jason’s Tavern is where locals and visitors alike can come together and enjoy delicious food! The restaurant thrives in the heart of mid-cape at Patriot Square Plaza in South Dennis and has won several awards over the past 30 years.
South Coast: The Bayside Restaurant, Westport, MA
The Bayside Restaurant serves awesome food crafted from local sources, often organic, that are always fresh and delicious. They proudly serve seafood fresh off the boats of New Bedford and the Boston waterfront.
West Bay & South County: Palo in Providence, RI
Palo is a laid-back, rustic Spanish eatery that offers tapas, seafood, charcuterie, meat plates, and a variety of delicious cocktails! This restaurant brings authentic Spanish tapas to the historic Providence setting, in the tastiest way!
East Bay & Aquidneck Island: Bar & Board Bistro in Newport, RI
Bar & Board Bistro is a truly eclectic blend of Newport vibes, from the historic ban vault behind their marble bar to the Bellevue Ave-inspired details in their lounge. Their cocktails bring you back to the Newport of a bygone era.