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Summer Ales

Local brews to sip in the sun.

Entertaining with Claudine

Claudine Pepin and Rollie Wesen throw a backyard dinner party — one for the books — at their home in Barrington.

Cocktail Party

Craft cocktails are all the rage, and Rhode Island’s scene is getting bigger as fast as you can say, “Hey bartender!” We imbibed far and wide to find some of the best libations, locally made liquors and bar food. It's five o'clock somewhere!

BYOB: 22 places for good food, booze sans the big check

We love going out to eat but then we get the check and — yikes — half of it is for the liquor. That’s why we like places that are BYOB. We can satisfy our craving for good food (and experiment with a new wine or beer) without going broke.

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Good Eats at the Best of Rhode Island Party

Your ticket includes unlimited food from local vendors, two Svedka martinis, wine and Narragansett beer.

Cooking Like Kinnan

A twelve-year-old from Pawtucket cooked his way to the White House with a tasty Middle Eastern-inspired meal.

The Dish: Jamie Oliver at Home in Rhode Island

Jamie Oliver – the internationally known British chef and television personality – launched his home collection in the United States a year ago right here in Rhode Island.

Featured Video

Beach Feast: Jules Opton-Himmel of Walrus and Carpenter Oysters takes us on a tour of his oyster farm, then he and chef Ben Sukle of birch restaurant dig clams, and demonstrate how to grill them on the beach using a simple recipe.


Archive »Dining Out - Restaurant Reviews

Ken’s Ramen

Ken’s Ramen offers simple Korean cooking with a hipster vibe.

Denden Cafe Asiana

Flavorful Korean dishes guarantee satisfied diners at Denden Café Asiana.


Malt is the happy mash-up of a friendly Newport bar with a sleek and successful dinner menu.

Sea Goose Grill and Raw Bar

At this friendly restaurant, the menu draws from local waters, offering familiar dishes as well as occasional forays into the more exotic.

Rasa: Traditional Meets Exotic Indian on Main Street

A newcomer to E.G.’s restaurant row offers a crowd-pleasing Indian menu that’s both exotic and accessible.

Succotash: Frickles, DIY Cocktails, Brunch With a Southern Accent

This Jewelry District outpost cooks up Southern dishes as they were meant to be; decadent, delicious and over the top.

Public Kitchen

Trendy ingredients plus a sense of humor add up to dishes with maximum appeal.

Basta on Broad

A Cranston trattoria unveils a successful renovation and a lively, updated menu that’s equally appetizing.

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The Dish

The Dish is a monthly newsletter covering Rhode Island’s food scene and includes recipes, restaurant openings, events, and Q&As with local chefs.