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The Fifth Element

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The Fifth Element, in its new incarnation, is a casual-hip dining hangout populated by locals, destination diners and tourists alike. The interior is finished with a winning combination of rustic and industrial decor. Its wide open space is hardly cold or sterile. It is warm and welcoming, made so by earth-toned paints, water walls, touches of soft upholstered furniture and a prodigious bar built from reclaimed old growth pine. Like the space in which it is served, the food of The Fifth Element is multi-textured. Chef Olivia Lamusta builds flavors that evoke satisfying feelings of home cooking but done by the hand of a pro. In no way is her food homespun. It is well thought out. It is seasonal. It is fresh. Simply, it is food you crave.

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Chas & Em
Chas & Em
July 5, 2018
Bar meets Grill with live Jazz on Mondays. Dinner & Sunday brunch.
February 24, 2018
Good music and great appetizers
January 5, 2018
Great bar, live music. Check web site for music schedule, Jazz brunch on Sundays.
June 13, 2017
Great location on Broadway. Across the street from 4 more fantastic restaurants (Salvation Cafe-Pad Thai and the Tiki Bar; Noreys-chicken wings and an ever-changing, amazing craft beer selection; Malt-great food and interesting cocktails; Caleb and Broad-Mussels and the Steak Salad). You can't go…
April 28, 2017
Great casual bar atmosphere to enjoy fabulous drinks, good service and live music

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Historic Site
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Point of Interest
“If you’re trying a beach in Newport, go to Second Beach, but Easton’s has a fun carousel and boardwalk to stroll. It also has a small aquarium that’s fun for kids. Best part is it’s across from Flo’s clamshack...”
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111 Broadway
Newport, RI 02840
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