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We’re always trying to build community – through our cooking, our conversations (virtual and in-person), and our hospitality. Thanks for being a part of it!

Here are some of our favorite places to eat, drink coffee, window shop, and enjoy great conversation right here in our neighborhood:

Seven Stars Bakery, Providence – my obsession

Garden Grille Vegetarian Restaurant – their lunch “B”LT is one of my faves

Blaze – I can’t resist their thin crust pizza

Wildflour Vegan Bakery – the gluten-free brownies are to die for

Three Sisters Ice Cream – handmade ice cream with seasonal flavors

Rasoi – one of our favorite Indian restaurants of the many

Studio Hop – vintage furniture, local art and jewelry

Kreatelier – handmade fabric crafts, custom furniture and home designs, and sewing classes

Stock Culinary Goods – thoughtfully curated kitchen tools and gifts for foodies

Olive del Mondo – olive oil and vinegar tasting room


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