Last week our friend Marla wanted to go out for a martini at 4:45 when the husband and I got out of work. We all agreed, 4:45 was the time. At 3:30 we each got a picture of a half drank Ketel One dirty martini with extra green olives from the KitchenBar on Hope Street in Providence. Was this a test? Do we drop everything and rush out to start our Friday night early? No, we both have to work so Marla can wait until the time we had agreed upon.
This weekend our friend from California came to visit. My partner and I always take her out to dinner and we usually like to bring her to someplace new, different and amazing and its really not that difficult having so much right here in Providence.
The public is invited to come shop at the Eat Drink RI Central Market preview on Saturday, August 6, 2016 from 2 to 6 p.m. Stop by anytime to purchase directly from local food and drink businesses, experience the waterfront location, show your support for a public market in Providence, and be among the first to see the concept drawings of the Market, designed by Providence’s Union Studio.
Celebrated Austin, Texas Chef Sonya Coté of Eden East is returning to Rhode Island this summer for the second annual Rhode Island Round-Up dinner series produced by Eat Drink RI on August 12th and 13th. Coté, a Rhode Island native, will partner with Chef Chris Kleyla of Bristol’s newest restaurant, the Statesman Tavern, to prepare the dinners. The culinary experiences will be held at Horseshoe Farm, a private estate surrounded by miles of fences along the coastal countryside in Westerly, RI.