We eat here every year on our annual visit. Pub fare but delicious and some great local brews. Staff is always friendly.
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Was the perfect spot for a nice drink and good tavern food. The staff was great, the atmosphere was perfect and the food fantastic. The only draw back was being seated near the door and having frequent episodes of very chilled air every time someone...More
We’re here in the far off-season (November), so it’s an off-season review. This a nice warm pub under the Kelly House. The beer selection is excellent (mostly New England craft brews), and the food is classic pub food. I had bangers and mashies. The bag...More
We went there during the "shoulder season," so our experience may not be typical of the Summer. This pub has an authentic feel and would not be out of place in Ireland. It was lively, with patrons of various ages, mostly local. The food is...More
I love coming here and have been coming here for the past 5 years. It always seems to be raining when I get on Island and this place is the perfect spot to duck into. A warm relaxed and casual atmosphere with comfort food galore....More
Given that we visited during last weekend of Oct, we found most of the places closed. But we were glad to find Newes, as it was a cozy place with nice staff. Enjoyed their lobster rolls and local beer.
We came here for lunch. The grilled chicken, bacon, cheddar sandwich is OMG delicious with a thin, crispy marinated chicken breast loaded with toppings. Sweet potato fries were yummy. Parmesan fries were yummy. Nice sized portions. Reasonable prices. Excellent attentive, friendly service. Basement pub atmosphere....More
We had drinks and an appetizer with Chris the bartender as our server. The Newes was comfortable rustic location. We spent a few hours chatting on off with a local couple who entertained our inquiries about the local area. Definitely worth a visit it your...More