Sakonnet River Grille is a family owned restaurant and bar in Tiverton, RI. It was opened in October 2015 by Dave, his brother James, and his parents. The name comes from the Sakonnet River which runs along the coast of Tiverton. They wanted to pick a name that represented the community they love. The family is not new to the business of owning a restaurant. Their first place was Four Corners Grille which opened in 1998, and is still going strong. They opened up Sakonnet River Grille because they wanted to branch out, create a different menu, and have a full bar. They atmosphere is more modern and urban, whereas Four Corners is more country. Dave handles most of the management and front of house duties and James is the chef for both restaurants. Dave says his favorite part is the people. He loves his customers and staff who he says are loyal, fun, and overall great people. Sakonnet River Grille serves casual, but high quality food. All of their food is homemade and perfectly prepared, and offered at an affordable price. One of their newer features is the ability to slow roast their meats. Customers love their slow roasted prime rib special on Fridays and Saturdays. Dave loves serving the prime rib, because he said that is an old favorite that is becoming popular again. Other slow roasted favorites are their ìfall of the boneî baby back ribs and their roast beef sandwich. Dave also recommends any of their fresh seafood dishes. Sakonnet River Grille has a varied menu and a full bar, so their is something for everyone on any occasion. Sakonnet River Grille is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. Four Corners Grille offers breakfast on the weekends. Check them out for high end food in a casual and fun environment!
524 Main Road
Tiverton, RI 02878