Fall on Block Island is a truly captivating season. As the summer crowds disperse, the island takes on a mystical quality. The beaches become quieter, making it an ideal time for peaceful walks along the water, birdwatching, or hiking along a trail. These are just a few things that can reel you in to the fall on Block Island. After a summer of non stop hustle and bustle, this season is what many patiently wait for.
While most businesses have buttoned up for the winter and anxiously await re-opening for summer 2024, other businesses are still open and ready to welcome you throughout the fall and winter season.
Take a look below to see what's still open on Block Island!
Ellen's At The Airport - Open daily from 6:30 am - 2pm.
Odd Fellows Cafe - Open daily from 7am - 3pm.
Kimberly's Restaurant - Open Wednesdays - Saturdays at 5pm.
McAloon's - Open Wednesday through Friday for dinner at 4pm. Open Saturday for lunch and dinner, and Sundays for lunch only.
Poor People's Pub - Open daily until Sunday October 29th.
Block Island Bodega - Open daily from 7am - 9pm.
Old Island Pub - Open daily from 12-12.
Block Island Grocery - Open daily 9am - 6pm.
Red Bird - Open Monday 10am - 7pm. Open Tuesday through Saturdays 9am - 7pm. Open Sundays 10am - 6pm.
Eli's - Open until Thanksgiving, Friday - Monday from 6pm - close.
Winfield's Restaurant - Open until October 28th from 6pm - close.
The Barn at Spring House - Open daily from 5pm - 10pm.
DiamondBlue Surf Shop - Open daily from 11am - 5pm.
Star Department Store - Open on weekends through November from 10am - 5pm.
Solstice - Open 12pm - 3pm Monday through Friday through Veteran's Day.
B.I Tees - Open 12pm - 3pm Monday through Friday through Veteran's Day.
The Island Free Library - Closed Sundays and Mondays. Open Tuesday 11am - 7pm. Open Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays open from 10am - 5pm. Open Saturdays 10am - 3pm.
**This list is subject to change, hours and dates are flexible and will be updated accordingly.**
As always, for more information, please visit https://www.blockislandinfo.com/!
Photograph by Ross Draper.