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What the Locals Know

by in May 2008
What the Locals Know
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Jamestown residents, from the town doctor and the judge to fishermen and society folk, head to “the Ganny” or “the Narry” — the Narragansett Cafe — on weekends for 25-cent pool games and the live eight-piece horn band (no cover charge). It’s perhaps the last of a dying breed of local hangouts.
25 Narragansett Ave., Jamestown.

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