Best Burger Restaurants in Narragansett

What comes to mind when you think of the East Coast? Perhaps images of rocky shores, old lighthouses, and fishing ports. We can assure you there is all that and much more. 

Narragansett, Rhode Island, is one of the most scenic seaside towns on the East Coast, and it has plenty of family-friendly activities. From beach days to shopping trips, you certainly won’t be bored! And you won’t go hungry either. Check out the Narragansett Farmers Market for fresh, local produce, or spend an evening at one of many delicious local restaurants

Naturally, seafood is a local specialty, but in case you get cravings for some classic American-style food, here are a few of the best burger joints in and around town.

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Chair 5 – The Break Hotel

Offering 2 different (and delicious) burgers, Chair 5 is the upscale restaurant at the Break Hotel. This is an indoor/outdoor dining spot that offers a unique blend of fine-dining with beach casual. Show up in sandals and your shorts and enjoy incredible cuisine while overlooking the ocean waves.

One of the most popular menu items is the Break Burger, which is elevated with ingredients like Vermont cheddar and a brioche bun. They also have a vegan burger complete with avocado and black bean salsa, but there are plenty of other amazing entrees so everyone in the family can find something they love. Don’t forget to try one of their signature cocktails while you are there!

Open for lunch and dinner, you will want to stop by if you aren’t staying at the hotel. New specials every Wednesday – Sunday and deals happening all week long. There is also live music 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. on weekends.

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Crazy Burger Café and Juice Bar

This local favorite has been serving Narragansett since 1995. With over 20 years of experience under their belt, they’re among the best, and they’re constantly expanding their menu. 

Stop by for breakfast and order fried eggs, omelets, breakfast sandwiches, pancakes, and much more. The burger menu has something for everyone. There’s the Freaky Fajita Burger, Luna-Sea Burger, Ma-Ma-Mumbai Turkey Burger, Moo-Moo Melt, Quirky Cajun Burger, and many, many more. The menu is constantly changing and occasionally features exotic meats like buffalo and ostrich. 

While a burger joint might not seem the ideal place for vegetarians and vegans, the café provides many mouthwatering options. Most breakfast options are vegetarian or provide a vegan alternative. Vegan burgers include Quinoa Vegan Burger, Poco Loco Vegan Burger, Birdie Mae Burger, and the Wild & Crazy Mushroom Burger. There are also many gluten-free options, which are specially marked on the menu. 

Finish off the meal with a dessert and mouthwatering beverage. Smoothies are their specialty! 

Crazy Burger is located at 144 Boon Street, close to many other popular restaurants and the waterline. It is open from Sunday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. 

Mews Tavern burger

Mews Tavern

Once a small fishermen’s tavern, Mews has since transformed into a renowned Rhode Island restaurant and bar. It offers locally-sourced seafood, meat, and produce, which are available seasonally, meaning the food is always fresh and you’ll never get bored. 

Sample some delicious starters, such as Sweet Chili Calamari or Truffalo Tots. Order nachos with some wings and tenders before working your way up to the burgers. There’s the Rhody Red Eye Burger, Grindhouse Pub Burger, Slammin’ Salmon Burger, and more. A vegan option, the Black “Bean-oa” Burger, is available. You can also build your own burger, combining black Angus beef with your selection of toppings, cheese, and premium.

Visit Mews Tavern at 456 Main Street, Wakefield. They’re open daily from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. While in the area, consider checking out the town of Wakefield and its natural and historical sites, such as Beavertail Lighthouse and Park. 

Brick Alley Pub burger

Brick Alley Pub

This local treasure has been declared a Newport Landmark and voted both “Best Restaurant” and “Best Bar” in Rhode Island. It’s the perfect spot for a dinner date or a night out with friends. 

Start off with a nacho plate and salad before deciding on a burger. There’s the Bacon Jammy Jam Burger, Sedona Burger, Patty Melt, Quinoa Boston Bib Veggie Burger, classic Cheeseburger, and plenty of others. Alternatively, you can opt for a sandwich or pizza. 

Top the meal off with Cheesecake, Brownies, or Coconut Sorbet and head over to the bar for some top-notch beer or wine. 

You can find Brick Alley Pub at 140 Thames Street in Newport. They’re open every day starting at 11:30 a.m. Newport, just a 30-minute drive from Narragansett, is the perfect place for a day outing with friends or family. Enjoy the Cliff Walk or Newport Art Museum while you’re in town. 

Narragansett Vacation Rentals 

For your East Coast vacation, consider our wide range of vacation rentals. Our Rhode Island beach rentals and waterfront rentals allow you to enjoy the beautiful coast up close. We offer a variety of rentals to meet every need and budget, so don’t hesitate to book your vacation today!

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815 Pt. Judith Rd.
Narragansett, RI 02882

Phone: 401-789-6659
Fax: 401-789-6705

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