Welcome to the Narragansett Café website. Thanks for stopping by.
The Narragansett Café is a comfortable, small-town tavern in Jamestown, Rhode Island that’s been sharing good drink, tasty food, and great music with our neighbors near and far for more than twenty-five years.
We’re open 365 Days a Year, and we feature live music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, as well as on Sunday afternoon. And there is NEVER a COVER CHARGE.
We are proud to say that we won the ‘Best Blues Hangout’, ‘Best Neighborhood Bar’, ‘Best Place for Live Music’, and Best Brunch awards from Rhode Island Monthly Magazine. We won Best Sunday Blues from Yankee Magazine as well.
When you come to the ‘Ganny, you can watch all the big games on our 11 widescreen HD-TVs, catch a quick lunch or dinner, and enjoy the best live music in Rhode Island on Friday and Saturday nights. Then come in again for Sunday blues. It’s all happening at the Ganny.
In the winter, join us for Blues, Bloodies & Brunch every Sunday from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
During the Summer, we put a ‘spin’ on Blues, Bloodies & Brunch. We call it “Swizzle Sundays” from 4:00-7:00 p.m. every Sunday starting around Memorial Day Weekend. Don’t miss out on the best Live Blues in Rhode Island. Check out our RUM and Frozen Drink menu along with special BBQ menu items.
Every Thursday during the summer, you are invited to our popular Summer Music Series. The music’s a little more mellow, jazzy, swingy, Americana, acoustic, etc. Every Thursday from 8:00-11:00 p.m. all summer long. And great food too!
Don’t forget — we serve Black Angus Sirloin Steaks ‘cut to order’ every day of the week.
Stop in for lunch and check out the daily lunch specials.
On Mon. and Tues. come in for “Wing Night”. 25 cent wings from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Variety of flavors.
You’ll also love breakfast every Saturday and Sunday starting at 7 a.m.
There’s always good food at the Ganny.
At the Narragansett Café, new stuff is going on all year ’round. Check the website regularly, or sign up for our email to keep up to date with “What’s happening at the Ganny.”