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28 Best Seafood Restaurants in Rhode Island

Aw Shucks: RI Oyster Farms

Meet Rhode Island’s oyster farmers (and taste some serious shellfish, too).

Q&A with the Local Catch

Captain Rich Cook sells fresh seafood at farmers markets across the state.

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!

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36 Things that Prove You’re From Rhode Island

We’re a little biased, but our list was compiled by real Rhode Islanders (okay, okay, and some people who have just lived here for awhile).

Will Work for Wine

Diamond Hill Vineyards in Cumberland is looking for help with its harvest this fall.

The Modern Homesteader

A jam session and forest feasts at URI’s Fall Garden School.

The Dish: A Day in the Life of a New Restaurant Owner

Chef Eli Dunn talks about a typical day at his restaurant, Eli's Kitchen in Warren.

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GoPro Video: Providence Roller Derby
The Old Money Honeys face off against the Sakonnet River Roller Rats.


Archive »Dining Out - Restaurant Reviews

Bistro 22

Don’t be misled by its suburban surroundings; the menu at this Italian bistro is rustic, playful and delicious.

Midtown Oyster Bar

Slurping oysters and drinking in the Newport view are the primary attractions but even carnivores will be happy here.

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.

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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.