Evelyn’s Drive-In opens for the season today, with owners Jane and Dom Bitto celebrating their 30th anniversary of owning Tiverton’s iconic roadside seafood stop.
It seems like Simpatico Jamestown, one of our favorite Rhode Island restaurants, continues to grow and change with every new season.
The screens of the old Castle Theater on Chalkstone Avenue may have gone dark, but Billy and Christine Manzo put on quite a show this week for the opening of their second Federal Hill Pizza location in the old movie house.
The bar at Trio in Narragansett has been a popular hangout since the restaurant opened several years ago. And now it’s bigger and better, after the restaurant closed for a few weeks for renovations. In addition to expanding the bar into a modern and roomy rectangular space with white top and cozy cushioned red leather…
You can ring in spring in a most tasty way with Newport Restaurant Week March 27 through April 7, with about 50 eateries participating throughout Newport and Bristol counties. Diners can get three-course, prix fixe lunches for $16 and dinners for $35 at the expanded 12-day event.
Tickets are now on sale for our favorite foodie event, the 6th Annual Eat Drink RI Festival.
We’ve had some great burgers in the city by the sea, but there can only be one best burger, and this year the honor goes to one of our favorite Newport eateries — Jo’s American Bistro.
Steak is the secret ingredient in the excellent burgers served up at Feast Sandwich Shop, a new East Greenwich eatery that’s done a booming lunch business and has a growing cult following of people who love what comes between two buns.
Providence Winter Restaurant Week is actually “weeks” — two of them, with dining deals at top Providence eateries on the menu between Jan. 15 and 28.
We happened on the Wharf Pub in Newport one chilly winter afternoon, not having been there before. It’s always good to hit unfamiliar spots in places you know, and for decent pub fare on a cold day, Wharf Pub’s a worthy alternative.
If you went into weenie withdrawal after Sparky’s in East Providence — a long-time mainstay on the state’s hot-wiener scene — closed about a year ago, fret no more. The culinary creations are back in the form of E.P. Weiners, owned and operated by Rhode Islanders, for Rhode Islanders — and anyone else craving the…
Sometimes, one bad thing leads to something good. We were overnighting in Narragansett recently and had booked a room at a local B&B, but upon inspection found it woeful, outdated and rudely mismanaged. We scrambled to find alternate Friday-night accommodations for our party of four and bam, stumbled onto The Break, a stunningly beautiful 16-room…