Eat Local in Southern Rhode Island

September 12, 2015
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Celestial Café
567 S. County Trail #101, Exeter
401.295.5559
Open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through Sunday
Café

The Cooked Goose
92 Watch Hill Rd., Westerly
401.348.9888
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday through Sunday
Deli

George’s of Galilee
250 Sand Hill Cove Rd.
Narragansett
401.783.2306
Open for lunch and dinner Monday through Sunday
Seafood

Matunuck Oyster Bar
629 Succotash Rd., East Matunuck
401.783.4202
Open for lunch and dinner Monday through Sunday
Seafood

Plum Pt Bistro
1814 Boston Neck Rd.
Saunderstown
401.667.4999
Open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday
Contemporary American

The Sea Goose
265 Post Rd.
Westerly
401.315.0788
Open for lunch and dinner Monday through Sunday
Seafood

Seasons at the Ocean House
1 Bluff Ave., Westerly
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday through Sunday
Contemporary American

Ten Sandwiches
98 Bay St.
Westerly
401.315.2620
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday through Sunday
Deli

Trio
15 Kingstown Rd.
Narragansett
401.792.4333
Open for lunch and dinner Monday through Sunday
Contemporary American


Bakeries: These bakeries produce everything from fresh bread to cupcakes. You can enjoy coffee and tea on many of their premises.

Cafés/Delis: Some of these informal restaurants offer a range of hot dishes while others serve made-to-order sandwiches and coffee.

Caterers: Rhode Island has a budding catering scene with everything from raw foods to homemade ice cream available. Whether in a ballroom or for an intimate family event, these caterers will use local ingredients to suit your needs.

Contemporary American: Contemporary American cuisine uses a variety of cooking styles and draws influence from both traditional European and Asian cooking. The focus is on fresh, seasonal and locally produced ingredients. Find everything from upscale comfort food to fine dining.

French-inspired: These restaurants use classical French cooking techniques and offer traditional dishes with contemporary twists.

Italian: The offerings at these restaurants reflect Rhode Island’s local ingredients in traditional and inspired Italian cuisine. Look beyond Federal Hill to uncover these Italian gems.

Mexican: These Mexican-inspired restaurants offer a casual fare packed with flavor.

Seafood: Rhode Island is famous for its outstanding seafood and these restaurants offer quality local fare. Try Rhode Island’s legendary oysters and clams.

Taverns: Gather in these cozy venues for a drink and a hearty meal or some simple snacks.

*If you find we need to update any of the information on our list, or if we’ve missed one of your favorites, please email us at info@ediblerhody.com. Thank you!

Article from Edible Rhody at http://ediblerhody.ediblecommunities.com/eat-local-southern-rhode-island
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