Rhode Island February 05, 2018
These 7 Classic Fish And Chips Joints Are So Perfectly Rhode Island
There’s nothing like a basket of perfectly breaded and fried fish and chips. Lucky for us in Rhode Island, we’ve got some of the best fish and chips in the country! Here are a few of the best places in the state for fish and chips, in no particular order.
1. George's of Galilee
Overlooking Block Island Sound, George's of Galilee has been serving fish and chip and other delights since 1948. This charming boat to table restaurant even has its own beach.
George's of Galilee is located at 250 Sand Hill Cove Road, Port of Galilee.
2. Stadium Fish & Chips
This traditional fish and chip joint offers take out or eat in for old fashioned lunches and dinners.
Find Stadium Fish & Chips at 1079 Park Ave in Cranston.
3. Amaral's Fish and Chips
For fish and chips prepared in the Portuguese tradition, head to Amaral's. Find fish and chips, mouthwatering seafood specialties, and Mom's Portuguese sweet bread.
Amaral's is located at 4 Redmond Street, Warren.
Iggy's is a Rhode Island tradition with fish and chips fried to perfection. Find waterfront views and award-winning chowder, clam cakes, and dough boys.
Iggy's has two locations, 889 Oakland Beach Ave in Warwick (open year-round) and 1151 Point Judith Rd in Narragansett (open March - Columbus Day)
5. Aidan's Pub
This traditional Irish pub in the heart of historic Bristol offers delicious fish and chips, a great beer selection, and small town pub atmosphere.
Find Aidan's at 5 John Street, Bristol.
6. Ye Olde Fish & Chips
Ye Olde has been serving English style fish and chips using their families batter recipie since 1922. It has not changed in 90 years, and they make their English style chips daily.
Ye Olde Fish & Chips is located at 25 S Main Street, Woonsocket
7. Flo's Clam Shack
Flo's may have been famous for clams since 1936, but they also serve up a fantastic plate of fish and chips.
Flo's Clam Shack has two locations, 4 Wave Avenue in Middletown and on Park Avenue in Portsmouth.
Now that we’re all craving fish and chips, this gives you a good place to start if you’re searching for the best in Rhode Island. Did your favorites make the list?