Fat Belly’s…Where Everyday is like St. Patrick’s Day

I can’t seem to get enough of Fat Belly’s lately…and apparently I’m not the only one. Even with 6 different locations throughout Rhode Island, this popular pub is consistently packed. Thirsty for a pint of Guinness? Hungry for some quality pub grub? Not looking to spend a boatload of cash? Well, that probably explains why so many people, including myself, love Fat Belly’s.

Just about every item on the menu is priced under $10, making this pub one of the best cheap eats in town. And the best part…the food is delicious too! Feast your eyes on the Big Belly Burger above. Weighing in at a whopping 1/2 lb, this tasty sandwich of meat and cheese will not disappoint. Accompanied by truffle fries which are sprinkled with Parmesan cheese (by request instead of traditional fries), it’s one of my favorite items to order.  You can never go wrong with it…trust me!

A perfectly poured pint of Guinness Stout…now that’s a thing of beauty.

A relaxing bar scene during the day / A party at night.

An Outside Look of the Warwick Location

Not sure where to go on St. Patrick’s Day? It shouldn’t even be a question! Fat Belly’s is officially the place to be. With affordable prices, a great selection of imported beer, and some quality food, why would you visit another bar? That’s why I can’t seem to get enough of Fat Belly’s lately.

Enough said…you know where to find me this weekend…and just about every weekend for that matter :)

Fat Bellys on Urbanspoon

Fat Belly’s Pub on Urbanspoon

Fat Belly's on Urbanspoon

Fat Belly's on Urbanspoon

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2 Responses to Fat Belly’s…Where Everyday is like St. Patrick’s Day

  1. Fred Mudd says:

    Nothing on their menu is Irish. Nothing. It is all American dishes with cute little tourist names. I am a chef, born and raised in Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland. Nothing on this restaurant menu is even remotely Irish.

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