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Restaurant Review by DON FOWLER On the advice of a reader, Joyce and I checked out DiVine Italian Bistro on West Shore Road online and discovered a number of Italian and seafood menu items that piqued our interest. DiVine has recently reopened after more
By DON FOWLER While most restaurants are struggling to stay open, along comes a new restaurant built right at the entrance to a struggling cinema complex that has opened one new movie in five months, and just down the road and across the street from more
By LAURA WEICK Providence Restaurant Week will look a bit different this year: by teaming up with an up-and-coming Warwick delivery business, this year's event will help Rhode Islanders "e;Stay Local, Eat Well."e; WhatsGood is a Warwick-based company that more
By DON FOWLER While dining out has become one of the few forms of entertainment left to us these days, most of us cannot afford a steak at Fleming's, baked stuffed shrimp at Twin Oaks, or lobster at the Coast Guard House every night of the week. Even more
South County Distillers has announced the launch of its inaugural batch of spirits, including vodka and gin. The sister company of Grey Sail Brewing of Rhode Island planned production of spirits this winter, but when COVID-19 hit they quickly turned more
Joe Mangione choked up as he talked about reopening day at JP Spoonem's - Edgewood's popular breakfast-lunch establishment where, like Cheers, "e;everybody knows your name."e; "e;I am so thankful from the bottom of my heart for our loyal more
With Theatre-by-the-Sea dark, the Rhythm & Roots Festival canceled, and a desire to avoid the crowds at the South County beaches, the summer was already half over before we ventured south to Galilee to visit Champlin's, more
Dreams of traveling to exotic lands have been put on hold this summer, but we can still enjoy their cuisine right in our backyard, as many ethnic restaurants have reopened for take-out, delivery and dine-in service. Rhode Island is blessed more
The Commercial Fisheries Center of Rhode Island, Eating with the Ecosystem, and the Rhode Island Food Policy Council are joining together to launch a new series of online cooking classes, "Cook a Fish, Give a Fish!" These online classes not only raise more
You wouldn't know there is a pandemic if you took a drive to Oakland Beach. Parking lots are full at Iggy's, Iggy's Boardwalk and Top of the Bay, as well as the beach, picnic area and playground, are filled with people looking to get out of more
After a three-month withdrawal from Nime Chow and Crispy Pork, my favorite Asian restaurant has finally reopened - at least for take-out. "e;A lot of people have called and asked me if I was all right,"e; Lemongrass owner Shang Wong told me more
By DON FOWLER Cranston's beloved Twin Oaks restaurant has survived fire, flood, the Great Depression, and now the coronavirus pandemic, remaining resilient to the challenges of operating a restaurant during these difficult times. "e;We never closed,"e; said more
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