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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38 RI Gifts & Experiences for Everyone on Your Shopping List 2019

Emma Sullivan | November 22, 2019 | Culture, Food, Things To Do, Uncategorized

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-minute

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22 Festivities to Keep You in the Holiday Spirit – December Lil Rhody Round-Up

Emma Sullivan | November 13, 2019 | Culture, Food, Things To Do

There are many magical months in Rhode Island but we think December is the most spirited. After Thanksgiving, the white lights, evergreen wreaths, and red ribbons are rolled out. And we can’t overlook the decked-out Christmas trees and Hanukkah menorahs lighting up

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Top 24 Events to Savor this Summer – July Lil Rhody Round-Up

Emma Sullivan | July 1, 2019 | Culture, Food, Things To Do

Summer has arrived in Rhode Island. The days are hot and the night’s are cool. Del’s Lemonade is open, the beaches are busy, and the Rustic Tri View Drive-In is screening the summer’s top movies. It’s the season to drive with your

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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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8 Things To Do This July – Lil Rhody Roundup

Emma Sullivan | July 3, 2017 | Culture, Things To Do

Summer is in full swing. That means ice cream runs, beach trips, and fireworks. If you didn’t know already, Rhode Island loves, loves, loves the Fourth of July. It’s practically a month-long celebration! Any excuse to wear red, white, and blue while

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