Fodor's Expert Review White Horse Tavern
The first tavern opened here in 1673, and ever since, almost without interruption, the premises have by turns served as a tavern, boardinghouse, or restaurant—at one time used as the meetinghouse for Colonial Rhode Island's General Assembly. Today, the tavern provides an intimate fine-dining experience, the mood set by the low dark-beam ceilings, cavernous fireplace, and uneven plank floors. The White Horse is known for its beef Wellington and wine list.
26 Marlborough St.
Newport, Rhode Island 02840, USA