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It isn't Newport without Mo's

Many things in Newport have changed since Mo’s Restaurant opened on the Historic Bayfront in 1946, but the principles and philosophy behind the original little seafood eatery have not.

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

Thanksgiving has come and gone. When driving through Newport, you’ll find that we have trimmed our Yuletide tree and decked the halls, but you will also find it’s beginning to look a lot like crab season.

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Local Ocean Adapts to pandemic

“As people care more about what they’re eating and what they’re putting in their bodies and looking at the whole socioeconomic system in general, the more you look into it the more you care about where your food comes from and the details surrounding it,” Local Ocean Seafoods General Manager Tony Bixler suggested. 

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Let’s take a hike at Mike Miller!

While the coast is known for its sandy beaches and salty ocean air, just across Highway 101 lies a coastal forest just waiting to be explored.

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Fishing or Hiking- Big Creek Reservoir

Grab your fishing pole and head out to the deep blue sea or head out to this well-stocked pond!

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Time to get wild!

Get yourself peddling on over to Wilder Ranch for some Mountain Biking.

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Travel Newport Magazine

2019 Edition