This past summer Walrus and Carpenter Oysters held a series of dinners at their farm in Ninigret Pond in Charlestown, Rhode Island. Rhode Island aquaculture is a rapidly expanding form of farming and having the opportunity to dine on a sandbar in the salt pond is a rare experience. Couple that with a multi-course dinner prepared by some of Rhode Island’s best chefs and you have a evening that is highly unique.
News updates on the best local food and drink businesses in Rhode Island: Easy Entertaining Inc., Sin, Farm Fresh RI’s Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market and Farmstead, Inc.
Three current news releases—Eat Drink RI is not the source for these items—please follow any links for more information. Tallulah’s Tacos Tallulah’s Tacos Is Happy To Announce The Grand Opening Of The Shack at Dutch Harbor! Tallulah’s Tacos brings fresh, traditional Mexican style tacos and burritos that embrace the flavors reminiscent of the West Coast. Homemade Horchata, Melon de Agua,… Read more →
EAT DRINK RI FESTIVAL RHODE ISLAND’S FIRST-EVER THREE-DAY LOCAL FOOD CELEBRATION COMES TO PROVIDENCE Friday, April 19 through Sunday, April 21 PROVIDENCE, RI (March 1, 2013) – Celebrating the best of the culinary world in Rhode Island, the Eat Drink RI Festival is set to take the stage as the state’s very first three-day local food festival. Taking place Friday,… Read more →
One of the better restaurant wine deals that I’ve come across in a while is going on now, through September 4, at The Capital Grille in Providence. The Generous Pour Summer Wine Event lives up to it’s name. For $25, with dinner, diners may have as many of nine specially selected wines as they like. You can try all nine… Read more →
Share Our Strength returns to Providence on June 12th with A Tasteful Pursuit dinner to benefit the No Kid Hungry Campaign to end childhood hunger in America by 2015. The dinner will be hosted at Bacaro by Chef Brian Kingsford and Co-owner and Beverage Director Jennifer Matta, along with event chairs Ken Romanzi, the Chief Operating Officer of Ocean Spray… Read more →
Once a month, though not during the summer busy season, the Ocean House in Westerly invites a notable local chef to prepare a three-course dinner paired with wine. As you would imagine from the “Farm” part of the dinner series title, a serious attempt is made to use all local ingredients. In May the guest chef was Derek Wagner chef/owner… Read more →