Food

Rory’s Market Opens Downtown

Friday morning at 9am these doors will swing open to reveal aisles of colorful produce, groceries, beverages, meats and cheese, and prepared foods, when Rory’s Market and Kitchen opens its third location, downtown at the intersection of Washington and Mathewson Streets. (It has two markets in Massachusetts.) From InDowncity: Throughout the Grand Opening Weekend on …

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Oktoberfest At GACS

(9.25) Unpack your umlauts, it’s time for singing and dancing and beer outside in a biergarten or indoors in a bierhalle. Tickets are still available for this weekend’s Oktoberfest at the German American Cultural Society of RI just over the line in Pawtucket. Go here for the lineup of beers that will be on tap, …

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Matunuck Oyster Bar On CBS

In a feature today about the excellent Matunuck Oyster Bar, CBS Morning Show host Jeff Glor tried to keep up with the overflowing tank of energy behind the operation, Perry Raso. Following a childhood spent bull-raking clams and trapping eels, Raso headed to URI where he studied aquaculture and fisheries technology, graduating with a bachelors …

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Celebrate Kin Anniversary

(3.30) There’s your comfort food trifecta right there: fried chicken, collards, mac ‘n’ cheese. Head downtown this Wednesday to help celebrate the first anniversary of Kin Southern Table and Bar on Washington Street. Kin specializes in Southern Comfort food – “Soul Food.” Popular menu items include their delicious fried chicken wings, catfish, handmade biscuits with …

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RI VegFest At WFAC

(2.13) Meat-free donuts! This I can get behind. I pulled up the RI VegFest website to write about this upcoming two-day event at the Waterfire Arts Center only to see: “VIP and general admissions tickets have sold out.” But procrastinating vegans, vegetarians, and the merely “plant curious” should not despair: “Late entry tickets are now …

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