16 Things To Do in Rhode Island with Mom for Mother’s Day
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by amq-editor
2M ago
As Mother’s Day approaches, it’s time to honor the special women in our lives and show them just how much they mean to us. There are a plethora of things to do in Rhode Island for Mother’s Day, where diverse, delightful experiences await. From scenic cruises to elegant brunches, Rhode Island offers something for every mom or maternal figure in your life. Here’s a curated list of the best ways to celebrate Mother’s Day in Rhode Island. Enjoy a Food Tour in Newport or Providence! With so many foodies in families today taking mom on our Downcity Providence Food Tour or Newport Neighborhood Food ..read more
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Indulge in Rhode Island’s Best Brunch Spots
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by amq-editor
3M ago
Brunch is a time to leisurely devour delectable dishes, and perhaps sip some signature libations. Rhode Island, with its vibrant culinary scene, offers a plethora of brunch options that cater to every palate. From cozy cafes to upscale eateries, the Ocean State boasts an array of hotspots where you can savor the best of both worlds. Join us on a gastronomic journey as we explore some of the best brunch spots in Rhode Island. Nick’s on Broadway, Providence, Rhode Island Nestled in the heart of the capital city, Nick’s on Broadway is a culinary gem known for its inventive cuisine and welcoming ..read more
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Must Have Sweets & Cookies for Christmas in Rhode Island
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by amq-editor
3M ago
Bûche de Noël In the heart of Rhode Island, where winter’s chill embraces the holiday landscape, Christmas cookies take on a special significance during the holidays. From the quaint kitchens of Providence to the coastal towns lining Narragansett Bay, the artistry of cookie-making becomes a cherished ritual both at home and by talented local bakers celebrating Christmas in Rhode Island. Whether baking from scratch or buying a selection from their favorite bakery, Rhode Islanders, known for their warmth and community spirit, elevate the seasonal cookie exchange to an art form. In many cases, ea ..read more
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Must Have Holiday Sweets & Cookies in Rhode Island
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by amq-editor
7M ago
Bûche de Noël In the heart of Rhode Island, where winter’s chill embraces the landscape, Christmas cookies take on a special significance, marrying the joyous season with delectable traditions. From the quaint kitchens of Providence to the coastal towns lining Narragansett Bay, the artistry of cookie-making becomes a cherished ritual both at home and by talented local bakers. Whether baking from scratch or buying a selection from their favorite bakery, Rhode Islanders, known for their warmth and community spirit, elevate the holiday cookie exchange to an art form. In many cases, each confectio ..read more
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A Culinary Journey Through November’s Bounty in Rhode Island
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by amq-editor
9M ago
This month, embark on a delectable culinary journey through November’s bounty in Rhode Island, where the state’s rich agricultural heritage and coastal abundance converge to create a gastronomic paradise. Rhode Island, with its thriving community of dedicated farmers, skilled fishermen, and passionate foragers, celebrates the bounty of the harvest season in a truly remarkable way. As the crisp autumn air sweeps through the picturesque landscapes, the local harvests flourish, offering a diverse array of fresh produce, succulent seafood, and foraged treasures. From the fertile farmlands to the ..read more
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Brewing Up a Buzz: The Coffee Scene in Rhode Island
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by amq-editor
10M ago
Rhode Island, known for its stunning coastal scenery and vibrant culture, also boasts a thriving coffee scene that has been percolating its way into the hearts of locals and visitors alike. With a rich history, an array of artisanal roasters, and cozy cafes to explore, the Ocean State offers much more than just a caffeine fix. In this post, we’ll dive into the coffee culture of the Ocean State, highlighting some of the must-visit coffee shops across the state. Sipping Through the Ocean State Rhode Island is no stranger to the art of coffee brewing. As the smallest state in the U.S., it may co ..read more
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The Best Pizza in Rhode Island and Most Loved Pizzerias
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by amq-editor
11M ago
While many cultures claim to have been the first to introduce pizza to the world, Naples, Italy, seems to have the most credibility – but Rhode Island has a rendition all its own. Sure Chicago has its deep dish, New Haven its brick oven pizzas (Frank Pepe’s or Sally’s? A war never won), and New York City its iconic hand-tossed dough with a hint of crisp and oozing cheese is hard to beat, but have you heard of the Rhode Island “pizza strip?” Sometimes called “bakery pizza,” the cheese-less strips of chewy bread topped with tomato sauce is practically an Ocean State delicacy.  But Rhode Is ..read more
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March Madness: Rhode Island Restaurants, Artisan Foodmakers, Brewers and Distillers Making Buzzer-Beating News
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by amq-editor
1y ago
If you live in Southern New England, or you’re visiting here, you basically have the luck of the Irish. That’s because Rhode Island, despite being the smallest state, is making big food news. While we love our iconic eats and drinks, including stuffies, calamari, coffee milk, Del’s Lemonade and Olneyville New York System Weiners, Rhode Island restaurants, artisan foodmakers, brewers and distillers are always keeping it fresh with new finds and flavors. From Rhode Island coffee shops and bakeries to desserts and distilled spirits, we’ve got you covered. In the spirit of March Madness, we’ve ro ..read more
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Romantic Rhode Island: The Best Restaurants and Hidden Gems to Feel the Love
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by amq-editor
1y ago
What Rhode Island lacks in square miles it makes up for in romance. Rhode Island is  chock full of art and architecture, Gilded Age mansions, hundreds of miles of coastline, century old libraries (if you don’t think libraries are romantic, you need to sit down and watch Breakfast at Tiffany’s stat), and idyllically placed tables for two from Woonsocket to Westerly.  At Rhode Island Red Food Tours, we work so closely with the culinary community that we have an insider’s view when it comes to some of the best places to wine and dine. Whether you’re meeting up with a longtime friend wh ..read more
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Rhode Island Food and Drinks to Bring to Thanksgiving Dinner
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by amq-editor
1y ago
Rhode Island is home to a lot of firsts, but perhaps Rhode Island’s list of “firsts” runs longest in the culinary space. The country’s first “food truck” was a horse-drawn cart owned by Rhode Islander Walter Scott in 1872. He’s credited with being the founder of the diner, pioneering bringing readily available affordable food to the working class. The business found a permanent address in 1893 at the corner of Dorrance and Washington streets in Providence. That business had been known as Haven Bros since 1893, and the mobile diner remains steps from its original location today.  Another ..read more
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