Both simple and sophisticated, this glass-fronted restaurant on the Bayfront serves fish and seafood so fresh that you can ask what boat it just came in on. The front opens out onto the sidewalk for summer dining, otherwise it’s small tables in the colorful, streetside dining room with a showcase of fresh seafood to greet you as you enter. All of the seafood is locally sourced and sustainably harvested; no farmed fish is served. My suggestion here is to order three small plates and share them: maybe the fresh mixed-greens salad, an order of panko-crusted pan-fried oysters, and a couple of fish tacos. The fish and seafood is cooked with a minimum of fuss but has some nice spicy additions in the fish tacos. This is my favorite restaurant in Newport, but it doesn’t take reservations, and at peak times you will probably have to stand in line. If you have the time, do it.