If you had a secret, would you share it?

That’s the question Michael & Maddie asked this morning after hearing about Jack Teixeira, the 21-year-old North Dighton native suspected of uploading hundreds of highly sensitive US military documents online.

It wasn’t the smartest move on Teixeira’s part, but sometimes when you have something juicy, you just have to share it.

Michael, Gazelle, and I do not have access to top-secret government information, but we do have some knowledge about the SouthCoast that outsiders would benefit from knowing.

When it comes to living on the SouthCoast, there are dozens of best-kept secrets that out-of-towners (like myself) would love to be a part of, and with the help of you, we made the ultimate list of best-kept secrets for SouthCoast visitors.

“I would probably tell a visitor about the New Bedford/Fairhaven bridge schedule,” said Michael. “People have lived here their entire lives and still get stuck.”

“Did you know that you can get fresh pops at 3 am at Holiday Bakery in New Bedford?” asked Gazelle. “After a late night at the bar, those fresh pops hit.”

I, for one, have very few secrets about the SouthCoast as I still consider myself the new kid on the block, but I could give you plenty about Rhode Island.

For example, if you plan on visiting Narragansett Beach this summer, get off the highway and take Route 1-A. It’s the scenic route that avoids gridlock beach traffic. You can thank me later.

So, do you have any secrets about living on the SouthCoast?

Keep scrolling to uncover our favorite submissions.

Spilling the Beans: These Are the Best Kept SouthCoast Secrets

Dighton native, Jack Teixeira, decided to leak highly sensitive U.S. military documents online, and it got us thinking. What kind of secrets would we spill about the SouthCoast? We asked and you didn't dissapoint.

Your Complete Guide to Outdoor Dining on the SouthCoast

We compiled a list of all of the restaurants on the SouthCoast that offer outdoor dining. That's right. We did all the legwork for you. Now all you have to do is pick one and call to make that reservation so you can dine al fresco tonight.
*UPDATE: This post was revised in April of 2023.

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