Dining
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By DON FOWLER The recent passing of Gregg's founder Ted Fuller brought back many fond memories of Gregg's restaurant, the Warwick institution that grew in size, service and splendor over the years to gain its rightful place as a Rhode Island icon. We more
Restaurant review by DON FOWLER In researching restaurants that have disappeared from Rhode Island over the past 40-plus years, I have noticed that many of them were in and around the airport. Bertucci's is the exception. The popular Italian/brick oven more
By DON FOWLER I tasted my first Weck last week. It was one of the best sandwiches I have ever eaten! What is a Weck, you ask? Take a Kimmelweck roll, add six ounces of thinly sliced, slow cooked roast beef, and top it with horseradish and au jus sauce, more
By Restaurant Review by DON FOWLER We fell in love with Cajun cooking on our first trip to New Orleans and always look forward to the Chili Brothers booth at the Rhythm & Roots Festival. A Cajun restaurant came to Cranston last year, but quickly closed. more
Restaurant Review We have always thought of Warwick's IHOP as a breakfast place, famous for their many varieties of pancakes. We recently heard about their "e;Hoppy Hour,"e; actually eight hours featuring eight different meals for $5 from 2 to more
Restaurant review by DON FOWLER When I asked Joyce where she wanted to dine on her 80th birthday, there was no hesitation - Matunuck Oyster Bar! An easy ride south down Interstate 95 to Route 4 to East Matunuck Road, past the colorful trees takes you to more
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