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Open nightly from 5pm
Bar from 4pm Friday, Saturday, Sunday
(May 1–November 11)
Wednesday–Saturday from 5pm
Bar from 4pm on Friday & Saturday
(November 11–May 1)
41 Bowens Wharf
Newport, R.I. 02840
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Gretchen Ertl | The New York Times
Fluke, a New American restaurant above Bowen’s Wharf, where the cocktail list includes signature drinks invented by Jerri Banks, the mixologist behind the Juniperotivo at the Taj Lounge in New York.
Critics agree, Fluke Wine, Bar & Kitchen is one of the best restaurants in Newport, Rhode Island. Please read recent press and Newport restaurant reviews below.
Today on The Rhode Show we learned how to make Shrimp Skewers with Pineapple and Bacon with Chef Kevin King from Fluke Wine, Bar & Kitchen. Makes 8–10 skewers.
Grab a sunset Cuba Libre in the attic-like, third-floor bar at Fluke, above Bowen’s Wharf.
With almost 40 rums alone, it’s clear that Fluke means business with its bar program.
Located on bustling Bowen’s Wharf on Newport Harbor, Fluke Wine Bar & Kitchen offers an inviting atmosphere along with a creative, contemporary menu.
Savor Newport’s legendary hospitality when Newport Restaurant Week returns this spring with affordable and delectable dishes April 5 through 14.
To paint the town red, I hit… Usually Fluke Wine Bar & Kitchen, but most of the time I like to stay in and relax.
We’re cooking Rabbit Orecchiette with fava beans, tomato, caramelized onion and mint with Chef Kevin King of Fluke Wine, Bar and Kitchen. Serves 4.
An award-winning cocktail menu and wine list are the first flavors to tempt your palate before a simply delicious menu of locally harvested seafood, meat, and produce.
An innovative wine list, rotating small plates menu and handmade cocktails are the appeal at stylish Fluke.
You can find a lot of things on Craigslist: You can find an apartment. You can find a car. You can even find a first-rate executive chef if you’re Geremie and Jeff Callaghan. That’s exactly what happened two years ago, when the owners of Fluke Wine Bar & Kitchen were looking to hire a new chef.
After dinner, swing by Fluke Wine, Bar & Kitchen, where the classic cocktails are bested only by the second-floor view of Narragansett Bay.
With its summer cottages the size of palaces and its century-old status as a yachting capital, Newport is the quintessential playground of American aristocracy. Ambitious upstart restaurants, a boisterous night life and a beachy surf culture belie Newport’s staid reputation.
“Now I know why they call it ‘fine dining,’” Bill said, as we drove away from a recent dinner at Fluke Wine, Bar & Kitchen. “Fine indeed! Wunderbar!”
Being a head chef or cooking on the line is white-knuckled zen, pure and simple.
Overlooking Newport Harbor, the seating is tight in this three-tiered marina location, serving a Mediterranean and American menu matched with a globetrotting wine list. The twang and snap of halyards can be heard as they hit the tall masts of the big yachts in port.
Chef Neil Manacle demonstrates how to prepare his signature Shellfish Pan Roast.
Located in the heart of historic Bowen’s Wharf, Fluke Wine, Bar & Kitchen in Newport, Rhode Island focuses on relaxed modern American cuisine. The restaurant, owned by the personable Jeff and Geremie Callaghan, features the talented Chef Neil Manacle in the kitchen, an inspired cocktail menu, and fresh farm, and ocean to table cuisine.
Chef Neil Manacle of Fluke Wine, Bar & Kitchen in Newport, Rhode Island shows his style with his recipe for Grilled Lamb T-Bones with Fried Hummus, Dates, Figs, and Apricots that reflects his philosophy of relaxed modern American cuisine.
What is there to like about Fluke Wine, Bar and Kitchen? It’s set on two floors above Bowen’s Wharf in Newport, facing the lovely harbor. During sunlight hours, the rays bounce off the water and at dusk sunsets can be exquisite. Sit on the top floor in the bar and you’ll wish you had an easel and paintbrush — and the talent — to capture it all on canvas.
One doesn’t simply drink a daiquiri. One sips this classic cocktail and channels Ernest Hemingway. One transports to old Havana. One savors the fresh flavors.
As promised, here is another cocktail recipe from Fluke and cocktail expert Jerri Banks.
Restaurateurs Geremie and Jeff Callaghan have done a remarkable job of making Fluke on Bowen’s Wharf in Newport into a signature restaurant. With their concept of small plates and large plates to share, have a quick bite or a decadent dinner, and fabulous cocktails designed by Jerri Banks, it fast is becoming a favorite of locals and returning summer guests, along with folks who have just heard the “word.”
Skip Newport’s summer throngs and check out its charm in the off-season.
Newport’s new ‘in’ spot, Fluke, may have just what it takes — trendy small plates and lots of wine — to stand out in the city’s crowded casual dining scene.
When the young woman welcomed us to Fluke — the new restaurant where Le Bistro used to be — she said, “The rest of us are upstairs — would you like to join us?” And so we did.
James A. Tollefson of Middletown wrote: “I ate last night at a new restaurant in Newport called Fluke. I had the most unbelievable, flavor-packed sandwich — the Fried Shrimp Po-Boy. It had some kind of slaw on it and a great dipping sauce.”
On the Saturday night of Newport Jazz Festival weekend — and my friend’s birthday — the choice for dinner was the 6-week-old Fluke Wine Bar & Kitchen, located over the Wharf Pub on Bowen’s Wharf. This new “hot spot” focused on “relaxed modern cuisine,” but that night it was rocking. We knew we were fortunate to get a table and parking space near the wharf.