Dining Guide

Everybody Knows Your Name at Twin Willows

Share a delicious meal with old friends and new at the "Cheers" of Narragansett

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People who live in Narragansett already know about Twin Willows. In the northern part of town, away from the biggest tourist crowds, is a casual restaurant where people gather to relax and have a great meal, amongst great people. Celebrating its 33rd year this year, Twin Willows was started by Phil and Pat Durigan; now, Pat and her son David run the business. This year, they brought in a new chef, Ben Brokew, who has been keeping the restaurant’s beloved food traditions alive – think elevated pub food, with lots of fresh seafood – while adding his own twists to the menu. They’ve got a great selection of shareable apps, burgers and sandwiches, pastas and steaks – plus tons of classic and modern seafood dishes. Their chowder, served in three varieties, always keeps people coming back for more.



Sunday Funday, Every Day
Twin Willows is a great place for a family meal, but it’s also a great place to kick back and have some fun. There’s always a game on in the bar area - there are even televisions in the bathrooms so guests won’t miss a minute of the action. The restaurant also hosts live musicians on weekends (when there isn’t a Patriots game, of course.)

Get Yah Lobstah

Lobster Salad
Over house greens with choice of dressing

Point Judith Shore Dinner
Lobster, steamers, stuffie, chowder, corn on the cob

Single, Twin or Triple Steamed
Lobsters, drawn butter, lemon, red bliss mashed potatoes, vegetables

Lobster Roll
Lobster salad, lettuce, grilled roll, fries

Hot Lobster Roll
Lobster meat, drawn butter, grilled roll, fries

Lobster BLT
Lobster salad, bacon, lettuce, tomato, grilled roll, fries

865 Boston Neck Road, Narragansett 401-789-8153