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Narragansett in the Winter

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Day Two
==Day Two==
Start the morning off like the locals. Follow the directions to Bonnet Shores and grab a coffee and breakfast sandwich at Coffee Connection. A family owned and operated business, Coffee Connection is loved by the locals as the cheapest, most delicious coffee in ‘Gansett, with equally cheap and delicious breakfast sandwiches. For non-coffee drinkers, Coffee Connection also has teas, hot chocolate, and various other drinks, as well as many food options.
 After your morning coffee, head to Narragansett Beach following Bonnet Shores Road/RT 108 straight to the beach. Hang out by the Narragansett Beach wall and watch the waves. If the weather is nice enough, grab ice cream at Nana’s (ADDRESS) while you watch. Nana’s is slightly pricey and is known for its out-the-door lines in the summer months, but the ice cream is held in high regard.
While in the area, peruse the local shops in the Narragansett Pier. The shops are great for souvenirs and trinkets to remind you of the Narragansett lifestyle.
 
For lunch, head across the street from the Pier to The Picnic Basket (ADDRESS). The Picnic Basket is a popular local spot with a large sandwich menu, not to be compared to Subway or Quiznos. It is small and not typically a sit-down restaurant, though there are tables and chairs inside. Note that The Picnic Basket is only open Tuesday through Saturday and closes at 5 p.m. during winter hours – if your travels fall on a Sunday or Monday, see list of alternatives for lunch options.
 
==Alternative Eats==
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