One of the great things about going to South County is the food. Clam shacks line the beaches offering up their famous chowders, clam cakes, and scallop rolls. Most of the time, whatever I get from one of these hole-in-the-street places is delicious. Usually greasy, creamy, and comforting. However, my experience at George's of Galilee in Narragansett was really nothing but greasy.
I had the fish sandwich:
It was a big piece of deep-fried scrod that was just flavorless and left me feeling heavy and unsatisfied. It was definitely a disappointment- I went with some of my cousins that were visiting from Georgia and they didn't seem to impressed with their food either. Most of them had chicken sandwiches, so not traditional Rhode Island beach food, but everyone was too hungry to protest. At least George's was on the opposite end of the beach from where we were laying, so we had a long stretch of sand to walk off the food!