Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Bristol, Rhode Island: Quito's Restaurant and Bar

This past weekend the family and I took a trip to Rhode Island and stayed in the lovely town of Bristol on the water. I knew that we would have to go to a seafood restaurant since everyone is obsessed with fresh seafood so I did my research and came up with Quito's (when we asked the hotel, they also mentioned Quito's as one of the best places in Bristol).
Quito's is located on the water and they have indoor and outdoor seating. We decided to enjoy the weather and sit outside (luckily it is covered so it was nice and cool).
I decided to order the White Sangria and it was pretty good but I wouldn't consider it sangria, more of a fruity punch. 
Jeff and my uncle ordered the lobster meal (whole lobster with sides). They both loved it.
My mom and split the crab cake appetizer and ordered 3 sides to go along with it. The crab cakes were delicious, mostly crab meat.
My aunt ordered the crab cake sandwich which came with a side of fries. The crab cake was delicious but the bun to cake ratio was way off, and for this being a meal, the size of the crab cake was a little small.
For sides we got french fries, sweet potato fries, spinach and coleslaw. Everything was pretty good except for the spinach which was just average.
The quality of the seafood in this place was great, definitely recommend it for the seafood lover. They had a few options for land lovers, but the menu is mostly seafood. Service was pretty decent, hit and miss at times.

411 Thames Street
Bristol, Rhode Island


  1. Mia @ The Chronicles of Chaos July 17, 2013 at 12:19 PM

    Aw man, I haven't had decent seafood in such a long time! I want some now. :)

    Hope you had a nice time in Bristol!

  2. Ramona W July 18, 2013 at 3:44 AM
    Wow.. look at that lobster... I love crab cakes too. What a fantastic meal. :)

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