(Warwick, RI)

Crows Nest Restaurant

The Crow s Nest, located at 288 Arnold s Neck Drive in Warwick has been the home of a restaurant since the mid sixties. It was originally opened as a chowder house by the marina owner and a partner. They called it the Crow s Nest Restaurant and featured many of the same items we do today! The building was sold 2-3 times over the years but always kept the name Crow s Nest. Sometime in the 1980 s the building sustained a fire and was rebuilt the way it is today. In the spring of 1992, after being closed for 2 years, my family took ownership of the building. This gave my husband and I the opportunity to have our own business. We both had been in the restaurant business for many years. Even though the restaurant business can be difficult we decided to give it a try. Because the location is not on a main road, but down a side street by a marina, we thought the best course of action was to keep the name Crow s Nest as there would already be some name recognition. Somehow we survived the first years and now in 2007 we are still here and going strong. We are fortunate to have many dedicated employees both in the kitchen and the front of the house. Thanks to their ability to go the extra mile for the customer we can look forward to another 15 years!

Lola's Tequila Bar & Cantina

Lola's Tequila Bar & Cantina is your one-stop-shop for mouth-watering, authentic Mexican cuisine & deliciously creative hand-crafted cocktails. Our huge outdoor waterfront patio, vibrant d cor & fun staff only add to the blast you'll have when you visit us! We look forward to seeing you real soon! ARE YOU A LOLA? Lola is fun, flirty, sassy & spirited. She is playful, full of pizzazz & always the life of the party. We believe there is a little Lola in everyone & would be simply delighted if you shared your Lola pics with us to add to our "Are You a Lola?" facebook album.

Newport, Rhode Island

Perhaps the most attractive characteristic of Newport is the ability that the destination has to appeal to a variety of traveling styles. Newport is home to miles of scenic coastline ideal for exhilarating sailing excursions, relaxing beach time, and rejuvenating walks.

For visitors looking to take a bit of Newport style home with them, the city's quaint wharves and cobblestone streets are a mix of unique shops and galleries. Complementing it all is a year-round calendar of special events ranging from nautical events to music festivals to professional sports tournaments, ensuring that there is always something happening in Newport! 

Enjoy a wide selection of restuarants and pubs from which to choose - or maybe just an ice cream to cool off before the ride home.


The Boathouse Restuarant

The Boat House is the quintessential seafood spot taken to a new level of innovation and excellence. Located within the gates of the Villages on Mount Hope Bay condominium complex, enjoy outdoor, covered seating with picturesque views of the Sakonnet River and the good life as you sample some of the best local seafood in New England. The cuisine boasts a menu of fresh seafood and local produce, taking its cue from the picturesque backdrop of the Sakonnet River.

For more information please call 401-624-6300.

Wharf Tavern

Excellent seafood, water view

Whiskey Republic

Ken Casey has shipped down to Providence. Frontman for popular punk band the Dropkick Murphys and his friends took over 515 South Water Street to bring you The Whiskey Republic. Part Irish pub, part sports bar and a whole lot of fun, we're happy to be here and we're ready to rock. Irish Roots :: Rock + Roll Style The Whiskey Republic features a stage fit for a rockstar (with the sound system to match), 20 HDTV's for your sports viewing pleasure, a full-service kitchen, waterfront location and the best staff in town. Check out our site calendar for upcoming events and promotions and make sure to sign up for our newsletter to be in-the-know.

Historic Wickford Village

Nestled along the waterfront of Wickford Harbor, historic Wickford Village offers a taste of New England as it was a century or more ago.

Wickford, on the western shore of Narragansett Bay, is a welcome change.

Its 1700's historic homes, churches, gardens and picturesque harbor offer a glimpse of our nation's early history.

Our local businesses invite you to discover their distinctive offerings from around the world and from here in New England.

Wickford is a thriving commercial village with a wonderful sense of history.

Walking among Wickford's historic homes and churches during the summer, strolling during the Christmas holiday season, enjoying the sights and smells of spring, are all pleasures of coming to Wickford.

Come watch the boats, enjoy lunch at an outdoor cafe,browse through the shops, walk the tree-lined streets and even feed the ducks.

In July, Wickford is host to the annual Wickford Art Festival and in December, the village is aglow with holiday spirit for the Festival of Lights. View photos of Wickford throughout the seasons - click here.

You will want to return to Wickford Village again and again.


Cogshell Cove

  • Patience island, RI

If you are simply looking to get away for a quiet afternoon without a lot of neighbors floating nearby - Cogshell Cove is the perfect spot. 

Mackerel Cove

  • Jamestown, RI

Potter's Cove

  • Prudence Island, RI

A favorite for FBC members.  This well protected cove is ideal for dropping anchor, family picnics, swimming, and simply relaxing.

Bristol Harbor

  • 1221 Marina Village Circle
    Vero Beach, FL 32967

Jamestown Lighthouse

  • Jamestown, RI

Ohio Ledge

Battleship Cove

  • Fall river, MA

Don't just learn about history-live it! At Battleship Cove, you will experience firsthand what it was like to serve on board a Navy warship in WWII. You can sound the diving horn on Submarine Lionfish before you slip below the sea...you can crank the handwheels on Big Mamie's 40-mm guns as you knock enemy planes from the sky....

But your journey doesn't end there. Sail through the Cold War on USS Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. and learn how the ship's unmanned helicopter hunted Soviet submarines. Or climb on board a high-speed missile corvette that the Soviets designed to fight us.

Whether you're a die-hard naval history buff or a casual enthusiast of military hardware, you'll have much to discover at Battleship Cove!

Beavertail Lighthouse

Conimicut Lighthouse

Freedom Boat Club - Warwick

  • 1 Masthead drive
    Warwick, RI 02886

Freedom Boat Club - RI's Warwick location is also available to members who join primarily to boat out of Warwick.

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Keri Hannouch
(401) 626-1292

1 Masthead Drive
Warwick, RI 02886

(401) 626-1292


Brewer Greenwich Bay Marina

1 Masthead Drive

Warwick, Rhode Island 02886

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