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: ThreeV Restaurant in Plymouth, MA

ThreeV offers eclectic cuisine, made with fresh ingredients, and served in Plymouth’s historic Cordage Commerce Center. They also feature special events and live entertainment on the weekends! Stop by, order a hand-crafted cocktail on the outdoor patio, and relax! 


Cape Cod & Islands: Courtyard Restaurant and Pub in Cataumet, MA

Courtyard Restaurant and Pub is open year-round for lunch and dinner. They are a full-service restaurant and bar featuring fresh Local Seafood and Classic New England fare, as well as tempting specials. They have a comfortable and friendly atmosphere with a newly renovated courtyard area featuring state-of-the-art heaters – perfect for evenings! 


South Coast: Cultivator Shoals in New Bedford, MA 

Cultivator Shoals is a neighborhood watering hole where classic cocktails and delicious bar food are served in a historical setting. Cultivator Shoals is also a rich fishing area on Georges Bank, frequented by the world-famous New Bedford Fishermen. 


East Bay & Aquidneck Island: Tavern on Broadway in Newport, RI

Tavern on Broadway is in the heart of Newport’s Historic District in a renovated 200-year-old colonial building. The owners are passionate about the restaurant and creating a family atmosphere for both staff and guests. 


West Bay & South County: The Hot Club in Providence, RI

The Hot Club is the perfect place to visit in the summertime! They have the best burgers around, drinks on the deck, and fun events such as Karaoke Mondays, Trivia Tuesdays, and Industry night on Wednesdays. Plus, you can have a fun night out on the town with DJs every weekend! 


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 to 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?”