|Address:||13 Narragansett Ave, Jamestown, RI 02835, USA|
|Opening hours (Edit)|
|Wednesday:||5:00 – 9:00 PM|
|Thursday:||5:00 – 9:00 PM|
|Friday:||5:00 – 9:00 PM|
|Saturday:||5:00 – 9:00 PM|
|Sunday:||5:00 – 9:00 PM|
Simpatico Jamestown is located in Newport County of Rhode Island state. On the street of Narragansett Avenue and street number is 13. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (401) 423-2000. You can get more information from their website.
The coordinates that you can use in navigation applications to get to find Simpatico Jamestown quickly are 41.4961261 ,-71.3681584
Beautiful setting, great food! Had salmon tapas which were delicious followed by the sole, that was AMAZING . Great raspberry lemon drop as well.
Great food, service, and location. Always feel welcome there even during the busy season.
While the food is very good, our service was pretty bad. The waitstaff were taking our dishes without asking if we were done and several times we weren't. Asked us if we wanted desert but never offered coffee.
Good food but will think hard before going back.
Hi Amy - We were a party of 5 that sat at the round table that's at the server station in the indoor/outdoor dining room. We sat at 630pm. we decided as a group to do a "sharing" type of dinner and ordered 4 apps and 3 entree's and eventually 3 desserts.
And to start of the night, we disc0vereded aphids falling into our waters from the fern above us. Our only issue with that (things happen and that didn't bother any of us) but when the staff member came to remove the fern, they didn't excuse themselves nor asked my sister to please stand so they could get it, they reached over her to take it down and nothing else was said about it.
And lastly, it seemed to us that, as the night went on, the waitress was less friendly over the course of time.
Now to give you some background, I spent 25 years in Food Service in all venues from schools and hospitals to fine dining restaurants so I am well versed in the fun and joy of working with new staff. I truly understand how things work and we still tipped 20% on our bill. We just all had the same reaction when we left.
Good Luck this season, we're Rhody folks and have been here off and on for years.
They tout their calamari as winning several awards, but it's just ok, there are many others within just a few miles that are far better and executed with more skill. I ordered the lamb "lollipops" medium rare, I received some lamb jerky so well done as to be hardly recognizable. They were seasoned well, but the balsamic glaze added nothing, it's just lazy cooking; a phoned-in garnish with no nuance. No deeper flavors to compliment what was a beautiful piece of meat before someone left it on the grill until it was moments from becoming charcoal. The mashed potatoes were skin-on, which I prefer, as long as you wash the dirt off them first. The highlight of the meal was oddly the asparagus, which was cooked and seasoned to absolute perfection, it was the only thing I finished on the plate. The place seems nice, full of locals on this April evening. The owner greeted several groups by name before she treated one table to a very loud, long, brash, threatening treatise on her rules to instantly fire any employee caught parking in a company parking spot. She seemed lovely. I'd be willing to give it another chance, but I certainly wouldn't wait for a table.
Cozy bar inside with attentive service during the cold season. Place is often mobbed in the summer with a huge and vibrant outdoor patio with bar.
Had the tuna tacos with sushi quality tuna, sesame soy slaw and wasabi cream. Also had the plum glazed pork ribs which are then deep fried and served with peanut scallion dressing. Both were small plates and were excellent. Many other appealing small plates so I'll be back soon to try.
Good wine list. The owner was handing out samples of a new menu item of swordfish skewers. Yum.
Everyone there was enjoying themselves. A gem and a real Jamestown institution, frequented by locals and tourists alike.