Note: The Wheel House Tavern closed in April 2011, however, this listing page is kept on here for historical…More purposes.
The Wheel House Tavern has one of the best scenic views in Galilee. Located right on the water next to the Block Island Ferry Terminal, guests can enjoy delicious seafood and American cuisine on its spacious outdoor deck during summer and fall months.
Cozy seating is available inside, year round, where entrees of mouth-watering lobster fresh off the fishing boats in Galilee are served along with fish and chips, scallops, burgers, sandwiches and chowder and clamcakes. The Wheel House Tavern also serves breakfast and lunch.
On Friday and Saturday evenings, The Wheel House showcases live bands and recently refurbished its entertainment/lounge area with a state-of-the-art sound system. Tickets and show schedules can be pre-purchased/viewed on the restaurant's website.
Although The Wheel House Tavern is open year round, their hours of operation do change during the winter months.
South Bay Manor 1959 Kingstown Rd, South Kingstown, RI02879 This retirement complex offers studio and one-bedroom apartments for independent and assisted living. Residents are…More provided with meals, laundry service and housekeeping. Skilled nursing care and a medical staff is available 24 hours a day. Tours and open houses are held frequently.
Holiday Inn 3009 Tower Hill Rd, Saunderstown, RI02874 Located at the Route 1 & Rt 138 gateway to South Kingstown, this chain hotel is close to the beaches and the…More University of Rhode Island. This hotel is a half-hour drive from the airport, and a 10-minute drive to the Kingston Amtrak station. A banquet/event room is available for conferences and private parties. The in-house restaurant, Liliana's, provides room service and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Experience Real Estate 23 Arnold St, South Kingstown, RI02879 Experience Real Estate, led by owners Kathy Schmitt and Jill Lawler, is licensed in Rhode Island and Connecticut and…More offers buyers and sellers detailed property listings, MLS searches and open houses, and work with short sales and foreclosures. Visit its website to view its latest listings.
Bluebird Cafe 554 Kingstown Rd, Wakefield, RI02879 New Orleans native Bart Shuemaker brought a taste of Louisiana to South Kingstown with Bluebird Cafe. It opens early…More with hearty breakfasts and offers daily specials and homemade soup for lunch. Dinner is served on Friday nights only and always includes the house specialties, seafood dishes and jambalaya. Customers may bring alcoholic beverages, as they are not sold here.
University of Rhose Island Keaney Gymnasium 85 Keaney Rd, Kingston, RI02881 The Keaney Gymnasium at URI, while primarily serving as a university-only facility, also hosts various events that are…More open to the public. The complex houses multiple athletic offices and team facilities, but members of the public are invited to attend home games and other events, including robotics competitions and more.
The Coast Guard House restaurant is rich in history. Originally built as a life-saving station for the U.S. Coast…More Guard, in 1945 an addition was built to transform the building into a delightful oceanfront restaurant. In 1979, the building was completely renovated into a year-round eatery with a fantastic deck that is open from mid-April through October.
Using only the freshest seafood delivered daily from the nearby Port of Galilee, The Coast Guard House serves delectable seafood dishes and American cuisine such as NY strip steaks and pan-roasted organic chicken.
Known for its outdoor deck where panoramic ocean views can be seen for miles, the spot is also known for its inspired cocktails such as the Beachcomber and Chocolate Aviator.
The Coast Guard House is also famous for their outstanding Sunday Brunch.
Kingston Station 1 Railroad St, Wakefield, RI02879 On the heavily traveled Northeast Corrider, the historic Kingston Station has operated continuously since 1875. It was…More placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. Sixteen Northeast regional Amtrak trains per day stop at the station. The Acela trains do not stop but do pass by daily at 150 mph. The station also houses the Rhode Island Railroad Association Museum, which is open to the public on Sundays from 1 to 5 p.m. or by appointment.