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October 18, 2018

Midtown Oyster Bar

Bike Newport Night

Bike Newport Night at Midtown Oyster Bar Will Raise Funds for Bike Safety Education

{Event poster designed by Newporter, and bike enthusiast, Steven Sabo.} Reportedly the best winter party in Newport, Bike Newport Night is back! In its fifth year, the event will again raise funds for dedicated bike-friendly initiatives – Thursday, March 3rd from 6-9pm at Midtown Oyster Bar, 345 Thames Street in Newport.   [contextly_auto_sidebar] Funds raised at past

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Upcoming Beer, Scotch and Wine Dinners Include Revival Brewing, Donelan Family Wines and Brooklyn Brewing

Discover Where To Experience A Beer, Scotch or Wine Dinner in Newport Whether your drink of choice is beer, scotch or wine, Newport has an abundance of dinners to keep you entertained over the next few weeks. Four Newport restaurants are offering some unique multi-course dining experiences over the next few weeks. January 20th, 2016

Rhumbline

Owners of Midtown Oyster Bar Purchase Rhumbline Restaurant

According to reports and records, the fate and future of Rhumbline Restaurant has become a little bit clearer. The restaurant that operated for decades in the Point Section of Newport closed permanently on October 9th, The property was purchased by Larry Silverstein and Patrick Kilroy, co-owners of Midtown Oyster & Surf Club (formerly Perry Mill Tavern). Patrick Kilroy

6 Best Places for Oysters in Newport

Photo: Midtown Oyster Bar Oysters – they’re filter-feeders, bottom-dwellers, and just downright delicious. The What’sUpNewp Crew has got the lowdown on the top six oyster joints close to home and how much dough you should bring when you go. 1. Benjamin’s Old Benny’s never failed us before and they continue to knock our socks off every summer.