Newport is 180 miles far or close to three hour drive from New York City, located on Rhode Island. It is a beautiful sea-facing village rich in natural beauty and historical summer stone mansions there are absolute beauties built by some of the wealthiest Americans.
The most popular and most frequented dining spots are Mooring Seafood Kitchen and Bar for all types of light snacks, Lobster Shack for seafood, Goat Island, Midtown Oyster Bar, Roof Deck Bar and Umi Asian Cuisine. These provide stunning views of the ocean and sunsets with roof-top accommodations. There are many options to explore in the town as well. For history lovers, Newport Art Museum have some of the oldest American paintings and Touro synagogue nearby is America’s oldest synagogue.
The area around Newport mansions has some of the oldest stone-made mansions built during the 18th century; some of them have Italian style interiors with marbles. For a more adventurous trip, head to Easton Beach and Bay, The Landing and Newport’s Cliff Walk which offer rocky terrains, water sports and long walks along the Atlantic coast. If you feel like dancing there are pubs, pop discos and studios around like Boom Boom Room or Newport’s Café.
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