Andrew visits Rhode Island, where local eats are a blend of old traditions and high-tech creations. From the beloved quahog to monkfish liver mousse, the food in this tiny state is packed with flavor.Go to Episode
Antonelli's Poultry Co.
Providence, RI, home cooks who are looking for freshly butchered chickens come here.
62 De Pasquale Ave, Providence, RI 02903
Chef Matt Jennings celebrates New England food at Farmstead by understanding its history and preparing dishes like grilled mackerel in a miso paste sauce with fresh greens -- all from local ingredients.
186 Wayland Ave, Providence, RI 02906
Inventive hot dogs, sausages and sandwiches are on the menu at this Providence, RI, food truck, serving a pork belly club sandwich with house-made bacon, cranberry mayo and cheese sauce.
This luxury boutique hotel in the heart of Providence's arts and theater district boasts of historic New England charm and contemporary flair.
139 Mathewson St, Providence, RI 02903
Rhode Island is famous for its clams, especially the hard shell variety known as quahogs. In fact, they happen to be Iggy's specialty, whether in the shell or stuffed, otherwise known as "stuffies."
889 Oakland Beach Ave, Warwick, RI 02889
The oysters and clams come from chef Perry Raso's aquafarm, or from pond to plate, as they say. Stuffed clams, are prepared with mixed herbs, onions, bread and peppers, and the little neck clams are served with white beans and Portuguese sausage.
629 Succotash Rd, South Kingstown, RI 02879
For an introduction to Providence, RI, food culture, stop at this hot dog hot spot for the "hot dog all the way," topped with ground beef, mustard, onions and celery salt and prepared on your server's arm!
20 Plainfield St, Providence, RI
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