Yacht Club Bottling Works "Soda Pop Poll" 2020, photo by David S. Dadekian

With Only Weeks to Go Until Election Day, the Yacht Club “Soda Pop Poll” Delivers an Update

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Yacht Club Bottling Works, The Official Soda and Water Company of Rhode Island, is releasing some preliminary results from this year’s Soda Pop Poll, and depending on your taste in candidates, the results may be shocking. You might cry, “FAKE NEWS!” but as of mid-September, Donald’s Big League Punch holds a commanding 52% lead over Joe’s Berry-Blue Lemonade at 36%. Perhaps even more [….]

The Thirsty Beaver

An Open Letter to Governor Gina Raimondo from the Owners of the Thirsty Beaver

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As we reflect 24hrs after Governor Raimondo’s latest weekly press conference, we felt obligated to express ourselves as members of the community who earn a respectable living in the restaurant and hospitality industry in the State of Rhode Island. At our locations, we have done all in our power to comply with State mandates. We [….]

Kelley McShane and Nick Carr of The Granny Squibb Company, photo courtesy of The Granny Squibb Company

Eat Drink RI The Show with guests Kelley McShane and Nick Carr of The Granny Squibb Company

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Season 1, Episode 14 of Eat Drink RI The Show, an interview series with guests from our local food & beverage community. In this episode, Eat Drink RI’s David Dadekian interviews Kelley McShane and Nick Carr of The Granny Squibb Company based in Providence, Rhode Island. Please check out the entire series page or view [….]

Black-Owned Food and Drink Businesses in Rhode Island

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Eat Drink RI supports the non-violent protests in response to the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, David McAtee, Ahmaud Arbery and countless others. This list is an attempt to highlight any Black-owned food and drink businesses in Rhode Island for your support. The Eat Drink RI platform is 10-years-old with a wide reach, so [….]