Flicks and Fare on Washington Square

Admission: $79 pp (with or w/o alcohol)

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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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Best of Rhode Island on a Budget – 11 Things to Do in March

Emma Sullivan | March 20, 2017 | Culture, Food, Things To Do

We’re always looking for fun and interesting things to do in Rhode Island, no matter if you live here or are just visiting. Most of the time we’re looking for fun, interesting AND cheap things to do in R.I. To make your

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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 Food and Seafood Festivals in Rhode Island to Plan Your Trip Around in 2017

Emma Sullivan | March 8, 2017 | Culture, Food, Things To Do

12 Food and Seafood Events in Rhode Island to Plan Your Trip Around in 2017 It’s no secret that people in Rhode Island love and appreciate delicious food. A lesser known fact is that we love a great party — and what

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A Very Rhode Island Valentine’s Day

Emma Sullivan | February 4, 2017 | Food, Places To Stay, Things To Do

Valentine’s Day is meant to be shared with loved ones. February 14th is a day for celebrating love, whether it’s romantic, familial or friendship. Remember, there’s always Galentine’s Day on February 13th for celebrating lady power and female friendship! This year, there

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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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