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Urban Greens Co-op Market to Open Late June

The grocery store brings nutritious, affordable food that is sustainably sourced, culturally inclusive and supportive of local food production to Providence's food desert.

Owned entirely by members, this $2.2-million-dollar project takes form in an 8,000-square-foot space on the West Side of Providence and is expected to generate twenty-eight new jobs.

Binge on Bivalves at Newport Oyster Festival

The shellfish-packed weekend supports a worthy cause – the health of Rhode Island's marine life – and each ticket includes six local oysters, a beverage, live music and more.

Held on Bowen’s Wharf and sponsored by Moët and Chandon, the event promises to be a fun-filled weekend to support a worthy cause – the health of the marine life of Rhode Island.

Sunday Jazz Brunch at the Ocean House

The famous Sunday brunch features bottomless mimosas, and it's a culinary adventure everyone should experience at least once.

The majestically restored Ocean House hotel sits on the bluffs of Watch Hill with a dining room that overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and views as far out as Block Island and Montauk. Its famous Sunday brunch — from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (jazz starts at 11:30 a.m.) — features bottomless mimosas, and it’s a culinary adventure everyone should experience…

Quick Cafes

Grab an easy morning meal at these three counter-service spots.

Photography by Angel Tucker.Rebelle Artisan Bagels By now you know Rebelle makes boss bagels of the hand-rolled and boiled variety, but the bakers have also been playing around to make some fun breakfast treats, like pop tarts. “We had some dope berry jam and we needed a vehicle for it,” owner Milena Pagan says. “We grabbed some pie dough, made…