Feast On Stuffed Quahogs And Classic New England Seafood At Top Of The Bay In Rhode Island

Once upon a time, in 1908, a Rhode Island governor named D. Russell Brown had a summer house built at Oakland Beach in Warwick. Many decades later, it was converted into one of our favorite seafood spots. Top of the Bay Restaurant is still going strong, and their local delicacies are better than ever.

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Did you know that Top of the Bay Restaurant is located inside an old governor’s summer home? The next time you’re there, take a look around and imagine what life was life in Rhody in 1908.

Address: 898 Oakland Beach Ave, Warwick, RI 02889, USA