Newport Creamery

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About Newport Creamery, Cranston

Newport Creamery is a chain of restaurants in Southern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The company is based in Middletown, Rhode Island. The restaurant was founded in 1940 when a local dairy owner named Samuel Rector founded a small restaurant in Middletown, Rhode Island. In the 1950s and 1960s, the restaurant was franchised and 33 restaurants were opened during the succeeding decades. Rector's family sold the restaurant in the late 1990s. The company filed for bankruptcy in 2000, with all but 12 stores closing. The company was bought by The Jan Companies, a local Burger King franchisee, in late 2001. Joe Rogan worked at a Newport Creamery in his youth.

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Overview of Newport Creamery

Newport Creamery lies in the city of Cranston in United States. If you have enough time to explore the interiors of the city, you will pass by Newport Creamery.

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  • Good food but it is absolutely too cold you need a winter coat in the summer. I was freezing and heard many other people complaining. You just want to eat fast and leave to warm up

  • Went for ice cream with my daughters and couldn't seat outside because of the rain, ask the cashier if we can sit down inside and she said yes, the place was almost empty, we sat and some guy just told us "next time if you sit here you have to be serve" with a fake smile. Not coming back for sure!

  • Breakfast was pretty good, service was fast and friendly and that price was nice.

  • The reason i gaved it one Star is because the server was very nice to us. My mom came all the way from Florida and asked me to bring her somewhere to go get her favorite Pistachio Ice Cream. I paid for a half gallon of pistachio Ice Cream and cupe and spoon. Mom decided to seat outside the patio to eat the ice cream. A server came out and asked MY MOM, MY FRIEND AND I to leaved THE PATIO because it's for dine in only. I paid for the ice cream and this is how he treated us. They guy came less then a minute later to asked us if we are leaving yet. I think this is unexceptable. I am freaken heated right now. I had to Pack my ice cream and leave the patio and go seat across under the gazebo.

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  • Very hit or miss here which leads me to say mediocre at best, you just don't know if you're going to get an on par waitress/waiter who's going to be kind and attentive or some teenager who's just there to get enough money for another bag of weed which add in how busy this place can get can result is some pretty high wait times. Food is fairly good with some fun options like the super crunchy grilled cheese which has mozzarella sticks in the middle of a grilled cheese sandwich. If heading here just be aware might get a server who's not all too friendly/attentive and may be waiting for a good while.

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