Updates on current local food and drink news in Rhode Island featuring: Newport Vineyards Opens Restaurant, DEM Farm Viability Grants, Cook & Brown Public House Wins National Competition
There is something in the air of autumn—perhaps the smell of it—that calls forth in us a desire for celebration and reflection. Food Day, a national celebration, can be a time for both celebration and reflection in our own state.
On Sunday, October 19, from 4 – 7 p.m., Chefs Collaborative is assembling some of Rhode Island’s best “farm-to-fork” chefs to promote awareness of local and sustainable ingredients available in the Ocean State.
Updates on current local food and drink news in Rhode Island featuring: Providence Named in Saveur Culinary Travel Awards 2014, Renee Bessette’s The Lil Rhody Clam Cake Crawl, George’s of Galilee Annual Lobsterfest
In August, Eat Drink RI produced two Town Hall style forums, one with the candidates for governor of Rhode Island moderated by David Dadekian and Wildwood co-owner Jessica Wood, and one with the candidates for mayor of Providence moderated by Dadekian and Easy Entertaining owner Kaitlyn Roberts.
Updates on current local food and drink news in Rhode Island featuring: Hope & Main Announces First Group of Local Culinary Entrepreneurs, RI Food Policy Council Call for Nominations
Updates on current local food and drink news in Rhode Island featuring: Dave’s Coffee Exclusive, Fox Point Pickling Company, Fit2Cook4Kids at Whole Foods Market
Simone’s is pleased to announce that Chef/Owner Joe Simone has been named the 2014 Signature Chef for the March of Dimes Rhode Island’s 13th Annual Signature Chef Auction, taking place Thursday, September 18th at the historic Providence Art Club.
Updates on current local food and drink news in Rhode Island featuring: Hope & Main Readying to Open, Farm Fresh RI Farmers Markets, New Attractions in Newport & Bristol Counties
The second Rhode Island Food Fights event of 2014, the 3rd Annual Incredible Ice Cream Throwdown, was held this past Sunday, June 22nd at the Rhode Island Eye Institute in Providence. Eleven ice cream makers competed to see who had the best.