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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19 Events to Welcome Spring – May Lil Rhody Round-Up

Emma Sullivan | April 30, 2019 | Culture, Food, Things To Do

Spring is certainly in the air this month. We’re looking forward to getting outside and enjoying all that this season has to offer. In particular, we’re looking forward to spring festivals, The Office-themed bar crawl, yard sales, and Derby Day! We also

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13 Sweet Events to Love all Month long – February Lil Rhody Round-Up

Emma Sullivan | January 29, 2019 | Culture, Food, Things To Do

Love is the air… the love of food, that is. February is a great month to be a foodie in Rhode Island. Between Valentine’s Day dinners, the Newport Burger Bender, and another Sucrée event hosted by Gracie’s, we’ve already got our foodie fill.

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11 Events to Jump Start the New Year – January Lil Rhody Round-Up

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

We don’t know about you, but we are ready for some foodie fun in the New Year! Our January Lil Rhody Round-Up includes cooking classes, Providence Restaurant week, foodie fundraisers, and some non-foodie (but still fun!) events. Jump into the New Year

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Treat Mom to a Food Experience this Mother’s Day

Emma Sullivan | May 7, 2018 | Things To Do

We’ve all been there… Mother’s Day is right around the corner and you’re stumped for gift ideas. She’s got all the candles and bath bombs that she could ever need. You could take her out to eat, but you’ve already been there

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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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