Newport Neighborhood Food Tour

General Admission: $69 no alcohol
Adult Admission: $84 alcohol included

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Downcity Providence Food Tour

General Admission: $69 pp (no Alcohol)
Adult Admission: $84 pp (with Alcohol)

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26 Gifts & Experiences for Last Minute Shoppers 2018

Emma Sullivan | December 12, 2018 | Culture, Food, Things To Do

The holidays are hands down the busiest time of year. There are always cookies to bake, kids to chauffeur, family to see, and gifts to buy. To make your holidays a little easier, we compiled our favorite gifts and experiences for last

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Summertime and the Livin’ is Easy in Rhode Island – July Lil Rhody Round-Up

Emma Sullivan | June 30, 2018 | Culture, Food, Things To Do

July marks the “official” start of summer. But if you’re a Rhode Islander, you know summer started as soon as Del’s reopened for the season. Continue your summer fun with these 17 events. We’ve rounded up this month’s best walking tours, festivals,

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September Spotlight on Belle’s Cafe and Ellie’s Bakery

Emma Sullivan | September 28, 2017 | Culture, Food

Rhode Island’s cafes and bakeries are perfect for everything from a quick cup of coffee to weekend brunch. Belle’s Cafe in Newport and Ellie’s Bakery in Providence are two of our fan-favorite food tour stops in Newport and in Providence. Belle’s Cafe

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Wonder Women! 13 Woman-Owned Businesses in Rhode Island That We Admire.

Emma Sullivan | March 13, 2017 | Culture, Food, Things To Do, Uncategorized

March is Women’s History Month. It is the perfect time to reflect on our successes and rally for progression. Rhode Island is ranked third best state for gender-equality in the United States. There is still a glass ceiling to break, but the

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12 Best Pumpkin Muffins & Desserts in Rhode Island

Paula Silva | November 9, 2015 | Food

Local chefs know pumpkins are good for much more than lattes.  Don’t get me wrong; Rhode Island locals love their pumpkin lattes as much as anyone, but we know a good thing when we see it. With so many small farms in

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