St. Clair Annex Restaurant for some ice cream, a bit of dessert after all that seafood.
The history of this restaurant extends back to 1887, and it remains family-owned by the Nicholas family. They serve breakfast and lunch, but the highlight is obviously their ice cream, which has been made the same way for multiple generations. It is produced on the premises, in small batches, and uses many local ingredients such as cream from a Rhode Island dairy and chocolate & candy from a local Chocolatier. The restaurant has that flair of an old-style ice cream parlor, but how is the ice cream?
Yeah, you should stop by this nearly 130 year old ice cream parlor if you visit Watch Hill.