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Founded in 1954, Quito’s started as a local fish market. Later, a few tables were added and family recipes were relied on for the basic fare. As it’s popularity grew so did the dining room. Today, there is a cozy indoor dining area with a fireplace and during the warm months, the patio opens up to beautiful sunsets in Bristol harbor.
$12 - $42
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Drinks
American, Seafood, Soups
Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service, Waterfront
Have been going to Quitos for years and every meal has been superb. Fresh, perfectly cooked seafood accompanied by delicious broccoli and smashed potatoes is our usual fare, but we've eaten across the menu and it is all excellent. A jewel in the bosom of...Bristol.More
I've driven by this a million times but heard it is a local favorite. Easy to find, plenty of parking. This is right on the water. We went during the reopening phase of COVID-19. The place was abiding by the reopening rules which was good....The service was good, the food was good, the view was extraordinary. Overall it was a good experience.More
Got take out instead of outdoor dining , only tables available were at noisy entrance for outdoor ,with questionable distancing. . While getting take out , during order process the girl at register had her mask hanging below her nose , just about covering her...mouth . The signage outside the building states wear a mask for patrons
.I feel insulted when the management does not adhere to their stipulations.
Otherwise the food was fine but could only give a 3 for health safety.More
What a mess! We ordered coconut mango shrimp - everyone spit it out as it tasted like bleach! The waitress said she “took a bite of ours”???? What!!! And said we may. It be used to the mango!!!
Our food came out and 3 or...the 4 orders were wrong. The baked stuffed lobster was terrible (the stuffing was like glue).... the coleslaw tasted “fruity”
Out Bill was 230.90 for lunch and it was literally the most horrible meal we have had in years!!! Great atmosphere, location and nice staff but DO NOT GO HERE until they get a real chef who know how to cook
Lastly,,,,, the food gave three of us Montezuma’s revenge -
Go across the street and eat at Portsidr Grill!!!More
The menu has everything you could expect from an ocean side seafood restaurant. The lobster role (buttered version) was delicious with a healthy portion of meat that makes the market price less scary. I really enjoyed the fried fish sandwich and those french fries that...came with the meal were delicious, so good ketchup was not necessary. Grab Quitos takeout and walk 10 steps to the boardwalk and enjoy it while watching the sun set over the harbor. It's a must do for the summerMore
Every once in a while you have a defining meal in a restaurant and today was it. My meal at Quito's today was one of the worst meals I've ever had. I paid $27 for the mess shown in the photos; the scallop plate. $27...dollars for 9 lukeluke warm scallops, 2 tablespoons of coleslaw, broccoli, and....it came with about 1 teaspoon of tartar sauce. There literally wasn't enough tartar sauce for the 9 scallops. If you're going to pay $3 per scallop the least they could is make sure to give you enough tartar for entire meal. But to make up for it they have curbside service, great right, with the covid-19 situation. Unfortunately they don't tell you they charge you 10% for the curbside service and then ask if you want to leave a tip. We've had about 10-12 meals during the pandemic and have used the curbside service at other places. Not once, NOT ONCE, have we been charged for curbside service. One of my top 5 worse meals experiences ever. Will never eat here again!!!More
Response from 777grandma777 | Reviewed this property |
I just did an Internet search for Quito's crab dip recipe and found 2 versions. I did not try the crab dip but these two recipes made me wish I did! I will definitely try these two and the next time I am in Rhode Island I... More
I just did an Internet search for Quito's crab dip recipe and found 2 versions. I did not try the crab dip but these two recipes made me wish I did! I will definitely try these two and the next time I am in Rhode Island I will get some. Thank you for the suggestion!
Response from 581alyssaq | Property representative |
We are not a counter type restaurant but we do have 11 tables inside and a deck featuring 15 tables. So yes we do not have many tables but we do what we call, "call ahead seating" for parties of less than 6 people and for... More
We are not a counter type restaurant but we do have 11 tables inside and a deck featuring 15 tables. So yes we do not have many tables but we do what we call, "call ahead seating" for parties of less than 6 people and for parties of 6 or more we do take reservations. We just don't take reservations for the fall and spring but we do for the summer months. "Call Ahead" seating means you call the restaurant before you are planning on coming to eat and we add your name to the wait list before you arrive so when you do arrive you are only waiting a few minute for a table vs. an hour. The number to call is 401-253-4500. I hope that helps explain how we handle reservations. Thank you for asking
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