Kerry Yang

    • Morning
      • Java Madness

      • Great coffee and snacks right by the marina, outdoor seating, and occasional live music by local bands
    • Afternoon
      • Narragansett Beach

      • Grab some snacks from the nearby shops, park on the seawall, take a stroll down the wall, and plop down on some beach to enjoy the sun! One day's beach pass is $6, and parking on the wall is limited but free
      • Coastguard House

      • Delicious buffet brunch that overlooks the water, just steps away from the Narragansett Beach. Make sure to bring a separate set of clothes to change into for the beach!
      • Newport

      • If you have the entire afternoon, you can take a drive over the bridge to Newport, where you can take a walk along the cliff, see the Newport mansions, and shop in the historic town. About 25 minutes drive from Narragansett
    • Evening
      • Crazy Burger Cafe & Juice Bar

      • Delicious burgers and smoothies, within walking distance to the beach
    • Night
      • The Tower at Rt 138 and Rt 1

      • Climb the tower at night and see all of RI from the top - the Newport Bridge, the beaches, Providence
      • Narragansett Rocks

      • Bring a blanket and some snacks, and watch the moon rise at night. Park your car on Hazard Street, and walk a few minutes through the brush till you get to the rocks.
      • Mews Tavern

      • 69 beers on tap range from $3-$5, and the space is one of the largest in RI. There are several large bar spaces with different vibes, in addition to a restaurant area
      • I would stay at: King's Rose Inn

      • Located on Rt 138, this is right next to the University of Rhode Island and close to downtown Wakefield and the Beach - but avoids the crowds of Narragansett

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