Many restaurants continue to offer take-out and delivery options, as well as outdoor dining. Please consider supporting our renowned restaurants if you are able and enjoy a delicious meal.
Phase II dining guidelines & restrictions:
- Parties limited to 15 people or fewer.
- Seating by reservation only (outdoor reservation booths allowed for walk-up customers.
- 8 foot spacing between table edges.
- Guests should wear masks especially when not seated at their table.
- Bar seating is allowed with restrictions.
- Indoor dining is allowed
- Avoid gathering in waiting areas
- Contactless/cashless payment when possible.
- Pre-ordering and window/curbside pick-up encouraged for takeout.
Rhode Island has a culinary scene second-to-none. The New York Times, Gourmet and Travel + Leisure and other pubs have applauded the state for everything from deluxe farm-to-table restaurants to classic iconic comfort food. With the Atlantic Ocean as our backyard, it's not surprising that visitors come from near and far to enjoy the absolute freshest seafood. Rhode Island's diverse culture means, French, Portuguese, Near Eastern and Asian cuisines come together in mouthwatering style. The state is also home to Johnson & Wales University, one of the nation’s foremost culinary education institutions.
All efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the information on this website, however it is subject to change. Information is updated in an ongoing manner in partnership with local tourism offices, individual businesses and organizations and via a direct feed from goprovidence.com, discovernewport.org, southcountyri.com and Yelp.com.