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Founded in 1638 by Anne Hutchinson and two other dissenters of the original Boston Colony, Portsmouth is home to many historic sites, public golf courses, marinas, antique shops and more. Portsmouth also encompasses four islands: Prudence Island, Patience Island, Hope Island, and Hog Island.
The Beachcomber, Located in Portsmouth RI, is a Legendary Party Spot located on Island Park with live music and games. The beach bar has been a favorite spot for locals and out of town visitors for years. It doesn't seem like a day on the beach until you've popped in and played a competitive game of corn hole, ring toss, pool or air hockey and video games with kids. We have a pleasant menu with delicious 22 appetizers, pizza, burgers, seafood, sandwiches, entrees and daily specials.
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Reidys Diner Breakfast, lunch & dinner. Breakfast served all day. (Waffles & poached eggs 'till 1:00.) Burgers, seafood & more. All you can eat fish and chips every Friday!
3351 E Main Rd, Portsmouth, Rhode Island (401) 683-9802
Middletown is a town in Newport County, Rhode Island, United States. The population was 16,150 at the 2010 census. It lies to the south of Portsmouth and to the north of Newport on Aquidneck Island, hence the name "Middletown"
Newport is a city in the New England state of Rhode Island, set on Aquidneck Island. Its yacht-filled harbor hosted the America’s Cup, a renowned annual regatta, for many years. Newport is also known for the Gilded Age mansions lining Bellevue Avenue, some of which are now museums. Perhaps the most famous is The Breakers, an 1895 mansion patterned after a Renaissance palace.
"Travelers from east to west "
St. Johns Lodge No. 1
81 Sprague St.
Portsmouth, RI 02871
St. Johns Lodge No.1, A.F. & F.M.
Constitution granted December 17, 1749
Grand Lodge Charter granted April 26, 1793
Stated Communication: First Monday of each month except July and August.
Annual Communication: Third Monday in December.
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