Narragansett Pastry Chef Jamie Chernesky

Pastry Chef Jamie Chernesky Jamie Chernesky is back to her childhood roots and wrist-deep in flour as the Coast Guard House’s first pastry chef. Every dessert is made by Jamie, who began her pastry chef career baking for friends and family growing up in rural New York. Though raised by a family of nurses, she […]

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Local Beer Selection

We Like Local When it Comes to Our Seafood…and Our Beers For generations, The Coast Guard House has attracted lovers of fresh, local seafood, summery cocktails on the deck and sweeping views of Narragansett Bay. Fresh, local beer is another reason to stop by, no matter the weather. The craft beer business is huge in […]

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History Dinner Peeks Into Narragansett’s Colonial Past

The Coast Guard House is offering a colonial Narragansett history dinner, the first in a series, that features seafood specialties from the past with a modern twist. The reservations-only dinner, set for 7 p.m. Friday, April 5, will start with a talk by Jim Crothers, executive director of the South County Museum, and will proceed […]

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Ocean Front Dining by Candlelight

Ocean Front Dining by Candlelight All of the Romance, None of the Work A gourmet meal, wine and your special someone bathed in the warm glow of candlelight. Who wouldn’t love it? Sure, you could try pulling off this superhuman feat at home, but let’s face it, most mere mortals are just not equal to […]

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Best Beaches Narragansett

Best Beaches Narragansett Two major publications have validated what we’ve known all along: Narragansett in the summertime is hard to beat. Boston Globe readers ranked Narragansett as New England’s best beach town, and Town & Country magazine places Narragansett Town Beach among the top 10 in the region. That’s no surprise to us here at […]

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