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Providence’s New Seafood Shack: Dune Brothers

Dune Brothers is serving clam cakes and chowder, fish and chips, oysters and more from its takeout window.

Dune Brothers Seafood serves clam cakes and chowder and fish and chips. The chowder is just as good, if not better — dare I say it?— than your favorite Rhode Island clam shacks.

Save the Date for the Sustainable Seafood Symposium

Ted Talk-style discussions will contemplate our complex seafood food system, some of the challenges we face and explore creative opportunities and solutions to the issues.

The program will be followed by a reception stocked with local oysters, sustainable California caviar, champagne and Foolproof brews.

Tiverton’s Red Dory Serves Up Seafood and Tapas

The bayside eatery is preppy without pretense.

1848 Main Rd., Tiverton, 816-5001, Open Wed.–Sun. for dinner, Sundays for lunch / tapas. Reservations recommended. Wheelchair accessibility is negotiable. Lot parking. Cuisine Waters of New England dominate but there’s a sprinkle of international spice. Capacity Ninety-four, and another two dozen on the deck to boot. Vibe Preppy without the pretense. Prices Appetizers $8–$13; entrees $12–$25; dessert $6–$7. Karen’s…

28 Best Seafood Restaurants in Rhode Island

Hemenway’s What to Order: Who says the business lunch is dead? Go with a group and share the Shellfish Tower (serves four to six) bedecked with local oysters plucked from New England shores, littleneck clams, cold baby lobster, jumbo shrimp cocktail and the kicker, Alaskan King Crab legs. Just two of you? The shellfish platter will do. What’s Special: We…

July 2014 Seafood Issue: Oyster Farm Video Tour and Cooking Clams on the Beach

A Rhode Island shellfish adventure, including an oyster farm tour and clamming and cooking on the beach.

Looking across Ninigret Pond in Charlestown, you’d never know there are enough oysters underwater to host a raw bar for quite possibly the whole state. Jules Opton-Himmel of Walrus and Carpenter Oysters is taking us out on his boat for a tour of his oyster farm. There are six oyster farms located here, within the biggest pond in Rhode Island….

Seafood Shares

Rhode Island fishermen bring fresh seafood directly to consumers through Community Supported Fishery and aquaculture programs.

Rhode Island fishermen bring fresh seafood directly to consumers through Community Supported Fishery and aquaculture programs. This chart is part of Rhode Island Monthly's June Summer Guide. Interested in seeing the whole feature? Download it here. Business Who How it works Rhode Island seafood varieties Contact Ocean State Fresh CSF President A. Ross Pearsall has a law degree with a…