Bringing fresh Cold-Pressed Juice, Acai Bowls, and Real Fruit Smoothies to the City of Warwick.
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2424 WEST SHORE ROAD
Warwick is one of the photogenic areas of R.I. Depending on your interests, you can achieve great shots of many subjects: Scenic salt water views, Scenic Fresh water,Upland Views, Historic Sites, Victorian and Lighthouses or simply look to the sky over Warwick’s 39 miles of coast for spectacular sunrises and sunsets.
Offering a unique venue for customers to socialize in a comfortable environment while enjoying Alicia’s signature confections: cupcakes, cake pops, cookies, chocolate dipped sweets, and specialty desserts. Enjoy a full breakfast and lunch menu, created around farm fresh and locally sourced ingredients. Also specializing in custom order desserts, weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, and other special events.
10 MUSIC LANE
Founded in 2018 by four-time world champion female boxer Jaime “Hurricane” Clampitt Hayes and a team of highly trained personal and boxing trainers, On the Ropes combines the sweet science of boxing and unique fitness classes in a fun, supportive and motivating environment.
Oakland Beach’s cozy, neighborhood eatery with a full bar. Serving breakfast all day, lunch and dinner T-Su; they close at 2PM on Mondays. Specialities include: classic breakfasts and comfort food, shepherd’s pie, stuffed quahogs, and on Fridays fish and chips!
805 Oakland Beach Ave.
Open to all! Seasonally inspired New England classics are served with an Italian twist and river views. Choose breakfast favorites, fresh seafood, sumptuous entree, wood-fired pizzas, and specialty cocktails – all crafted with talent and NYLO flare. For the private occasion, there’s space for up to 150 guests. From quick meetings to multi-day events, let Loft @ NYLO Hotel take care of logistics, catering and more.
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400 KNIGHT STREET
Y|J Contemporary Fine Art is a distribution company dedicated to providing stunning original works of art exclusively to select galleries throughout North America, Europe, and China. The works in their collections have been created by some of the world’s leading contemporary artists each with their own distinct oeuvre. Working with over 5,000 artists, Y|J hand picks top artists to be displayed in their 30,000 sq/ft gallery space, the largest in Rhode Island. Sister company Blazing Editions provides high-quality imaging services for professional artists.
42 Ladd Street, Suite 107
Although they aren’t open during the day, Meritage can accommodate parties of up to 130 people during that time. Evening events are hosted in one private or one semi-private room, which require a minimum of 30 guests. The “Wine Tasting Room” is also available and has its own 10-seat bar.
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5454 POST ROAD
Boasting unobstructed views of the bay, Chelo’s Waterfront can accommodate up to 100 guests in their private banquet space, which is equipped with a dance floor and dedicated bar. Portable project screen, podium, and microphone are available; however, this space is unfortunately not handicap accessible. Open April – September Only.
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1 MASTHEAD DRIVE
A family-owned, Rhode Island chain known for its homestyle fare, Chelo’s can also accommodate up to 220 guests at their location adjacent to T.F. Green Airport. Whether your requirements are for buffet or plated and served meals, Chelo’s supports the event with ample parking, dedicated bar, coat room, dance floor, and all the audio/visual equipment for any presentations.
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2225 POST ROAD
O’Rourke’s Bar and Grill offers Breffny’s, located on their second floor. Available for a wide range of receptions, functions, and events for up to 65 participants, Breffny’s is a spacious room overlooking Pawtuxet Cove. Offering a wide variety of banquet options and menus, Breffny’s includes its own full bar, fireplace, and private restroom.
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23 PECK LANE
The Iron Works Tavern is built on the preserved offices of the Malleable Iron Works, which dates to 1867. The two private dining rooms and one main, spacious Great Room with its own bar for larger partiers are comprised of the old main offices of the company and offer a unique, historical setting for events. Audio visual and other supporting resources are also available.
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697 JEFFERSON BOULEVARD
Small-batch beer and good food is the connector for what Apponaug Brewing Company calls a “third place”, a place that’s not home, not work, but where people gather to enjoy meeting with old and meeting new friends.
334 KNIGHT STREET
Blazing Editions provides high-quality imaging services for professional artists. All aspects of fine art capturing and reproduction are available through their state-of-the-art facilities including: scanning, color correcting, proofing, archiving, publishing, and printing on all substrates (canvas, metal, photo paper). Additionally, sister companies Blaze Publications represents some of the leading regional artists and Y|J Contemporary is the largest contemporary art gallery in Rhode Island with over 30,000 sq/ft of wall space.
42 LADD STREET
This small park on Narragansett Parkway overlooks the Bay and hosts many of the vents for Gaspee Days. Recently renovated but the City of Warwick, Salter Grove is a beautiful place to spend the day. (You can bring Fido, preferably on a leash and be responsible pet-parent.)
Bellani Maternity was formed by a group of child development professionals in order to create a special place that has been helping families since 2006. Classes from expecting parents, to infant and child CPR, to baby music and dance all help support and educate expecting, new, and returning parents and kids. They also make available a wide range of high-quality products, toys, and gifts.
1276 BALD HILL ROAD
Located in the Bald Hill Place, the Once Upon a Child chain of stores is a marketplace for gently used items for children including clothing, shoes, and toys. They both buy and sell items, so bring what you don’t need anymore and pickup those can’t-do-withouts.
1245 BALD HILL ROAD
The Gamm is one of the region’s premier professional theaters and a cultural asset since its founding in 1984. Through a range of education and community programs, The Gamm promotes lifelong literacy for thousands of K-12 students, as well as underserved audience members each year. Humanities forums and post-show talkbacks further enhance the intellectual and cultural life of the community.
Season 34 (2018-2019) marks The Gamm’s first in its permanent home in Warwick. With more seats, as well as greater comfort and potential, this newly renovated venue promises to improve the experience for performing artists and the audience.
1245 JEFFERSON BOULEVARD
BOX OFFICE: (401) 723-4266
Fitness center chain focusing on comprehensive health and wellness. Facility includes swimming pool, free weights, machines, classes, and coaching. Their stated goal is to: “make fitness an extension of your lifestyle, not an obstacle.”
2191 POST ROAD
The newly renovated 40,000 sq. ft clubhouse is the perfect setting for formal occassions with spectacular views of our golf course. An elegant wedding for 250 in the ballroom is uniquely poised to offer you and your guests an event to remember.
251 NEW LONDON AVE
Despite the changes of the 21st century, Pontiac Village managed to retain much of its 19th century identity, which was dominated by the Pontiac Mill aka Fruit of the Loom. Today, the village is home to shopping malls and a refurbished Pontiac Mill, now a hotel and restored historical center on the Pawtuxet River.
Daycare for those 4-legged family members at this 1800 sq/ft facility offering three separate indoor play areas to ensure Fido is surrounded by dogs complimentary to their size and temperament. Ruff Riders also has an outdoor area complete with faux grass, lawn chairs, and plenty of games.
317 BALD HILL ROAD
Open seasonally during the spring / summer and early fall, this spot offers some nice variety when it comes to annuals in six packs and veggies as well. It’s tucked next to Dave’s Market on West Shore Road, so drive slowly to find it!
2687 WEST SHORE ROAD
Open for hobbyists from casual to connoisseur, Apponaug Color & Hobby Shop has been supporting the electric train and modelling community since 1950. They also will buy old trains and make repairs to those that have to spend some time in the shop. Plan to spend some time when you go, there’s lots to see!
1364 GREENWICH AVE.
Wallcovering Outlet has been serving New England since 1953 with their full-service consultation and architectural support to make your dreams reality at home or for your business. Wallpaper and updated window treatments can completely transform a space.
1689 WARWICK AVENUE
This interactive improv show welcomes voluntary audience participation! You can participate in one of three ways: Applaud for a scene you like, yell out fantastic suggestions, or if you feel you’re ready, jump up and get involved with us on stage!!! Family friendly comedy shows every Friday at 7:00 PM followed by Late Night Comedy (PG-13) starting at 9:00 PM at the Warwick Center for the Arts. Tickets ($8 adults, $5 seniors, military, or children 12 and under) are available online.
3259 POST ROAD
The mother/daughter team of Cheryl and Carrisa are the creative force behind the floral fireworks that are sure to delight recipients and admirers. For this team, fresh flowers simply make people happy and making people happy brings them their greatest satisfaction. Whether arrangements are for anything from weddings, to corporate events, to new babies, or even funerals, Petals are the way to go.
103 TILLINGHAST AVE.
Fridays from 9AM to 1PM from early May through late harvest season to the end of October, Goddard Park Farmers Market offers the best produce, meat, seafood, dairy, and artisanal offerings from throughout the area (including for our four-legged family members).
Goddard State Park
345 IVES ROAD
With panoramic views of beautiful Narragansett Bay, Warwick Country Club offers an unparalleled experience for up to 250 guests. The Club is a perfect venue weddings and the experienced sales team will ensure all of your expectations are met, with personalized touches throughout.
394 NARRAGANSETT BAY AVE
Located at Prime Marina, Rhode Island Paddle Sports offers kayak and stand-up paddle board rentals for single, double, and fishing excursions! All boat and board rentals include personal floatation devices and they can accommodate large groups.
1 WATER STREET
The imPOSSIBLE DREAM Playground is play friendly for children of all physical abilities. Open April through October from 10:00AM to 3:00PM daily there is no admission fee for families, but donations are welcome; there is a nominal fee for field trips and pavilions are available for birthday and other parties.
575 CENTERVILLE ROAD
Centrally located on Post Road in Apponaug, the historical granite building housing this branch of The Warwick Public Library is a throwback and has many niches and cozy spaces to read a book, tablet, or contemplate. Due to the space limitations, the overall collections are comprehensive but limited; there is a computer available. Stories for kids 3-5 every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. as well as other events are happening, but note that they are closed on Thursdays and Sundays. Street parking is available in front of the library with additional parking available in the two municipal lots behind the building.
3267 POST ROAD
Built to protect commerce through the Bay in the 1800’s, the Warwick lighthouses continue to guide nautical navigation through some rocky waters. The best way to see them is from the water, so if you’re interested check out the Save the Bay lighthouse tours.
Off I-95, this extended-stay hotel is about a mile and a half from T.F. Green Airport offering relaxed rooms ranging from studios to 2-bedroom suites, which come with fully equipped kitchens and free WiFi, as well as pull-out sofas, desks and flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels. Suites add separate living areas and additional TVs. There’s free hot breakfast and evening social with snacks, as well as a grocery delivery service and 24/7 convenience store. Other amenities include an indoor pool, a hot tub and a fitness center, plus free parking, a 24/7 business center and laundry facilities.
500 KILVERTS STREET
Next to T. F. Green train station and a mile from T. F. Green Airport, this modern hotel offers airy rooms with neutral decor featuring free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, and seating areas with pull-out sofas, plus mini fridges and coffee makers; some have city views. Suites add separate living rooms. Breakfast, an airport shuttle, and parking for cars, trucks and RVs are complimentary. There’s also 24-hour dining, a coffee shop/cocktail bar, as well as an indoor pool and a 24-hour gym.
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800 JEFFERSON BOULEVARD
Offers affordable horseback riding in beautiful historical Goddard Park for the whole family. The park has 18 miles of scenic trails overlooking East Greenwich Bay and also offers beach bayside rides. So if you ride or want to learn, come and enjoy!
1095 IVES ROAD
Overlooking beautiful Narragansett Bay, the seventy-room, French chateau hosts a unique blend of European artistry and craftsmanship reflecting an era of yesteryear. Situated on seventy acres, The Aldrich Mansion is the perfect setting for a wedding reception.
836 WARWICK NECK AVE
(401) 739-8650 ext 102
This 9-hole public course offers golfing set against picturesque Warwick Cove. A member of the U.S. Golf Association, there is a PGA pro on staff for lessons or advice. There is also a restaurant, lounge and pro shop on premises.
150 GRAY STREET
The Conimicut Lighthouse sits offshore on a rocky ledge at the edge of Conimicut Point Park, and is not open to visitors. Built in 1868 to help aid boats in the dangerous rocky waters between Rocky Point and Bristol, the lighthouse had no quarters; keepers were forced to take rowboats out to the lighthouse each day. The first quarters were built in 1874, but were soon destroyed by an ice floe and never were reconstructed.
In 1960, this was the last lighthouse in the country to be electrified; prior to that, it’s bright white light, which signals every 2.5 seconds, was powered by kerosene. Today, it stands proudly in the distance for those viewing it from the park.
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Located at the very bottom of Warwick Neck, the Warwick Neck Lighthouse has always played an important role in helping to direct sea vessels in the upper part of Narragansett Bay. Even during colonial times, some sort of light beacon was always present at the point to aid the ferries that traveled between Warwick and Prudence Island and then onto Newport.
When Providence became the state’s most important seaport, the need for an actual lighthouse at Warwick Neck grew. In 1826, three acres of land was purchased from the Greene family for $750, and in 1827 the first lighthouse was built, followed two years later by the gatekeeper’s cottage. The cottage was remodeled in 1889 into it’s present six-room form.
In 1932, the cylindrical cast-iron light tower, standing 51 feet high, was erected, and this light tower has the distinction of being the last traditional lighthouse built in Rhode Island. The original location was 75 feet closer to the water, but because of extensive damage suffered to it’s foundation in the Hurricane of 1938, the lighthouse was moved back to it’s present spot.
Currently operated by the Coast Guard, this lighthouse has served as the site of the Easter Sunrise Service hosted by the Shawomet Baptist Church, since 1923, and it’s green light, signaling every 4 seconds, remains a visible symbol of Warwick’s early seafaring days.
For more information, visit www.lighthouse.cc/warwick/history
All slips include freshwater, electrical service, and free WIFI. Plenty of parking and dumpsters are available as well as well-maintained, keyed bathrooms. Winstead’s has been in business for over 50 years and operated by the same family (2nd generation).
SLIPS: 190, MOORINGS: 0
472 TIFFANY AVE.
Ponaug Marina is a small, family-owned marina located on Apponaug Cove offering easy access to Greenwich Bay, Newport, and Block Island. They offer offer seasonal slip rentals and winter dry storage, and are also home to the Crow’s Nest Restaurant.
SLIPS: 150, MOORINGS: 0
ARNOLD’S NECK DR.
Plan to spend the day or drop in for a round of golf, a swim, cocktails, a meal or to simply share a relaxing evening by the fire pits enjoying the stunning views and sunsets over Narragansett Bay. Harbor Lights Marina is a full-service destination with available maintenance and repair services, slips, and winter storage.
SLIPS: 225, MOORINGS: 0
200 GRAY STREET
Cowesett Marina, a Safe Harbor marina, offers modern amenities including laundry, showers, swimming pools, onsite restaurant, and ship’s store. Cowesett is located near groceries and supplies, as well as many renowned restaurants. When fall rolls around, Cowesett Marina can provide full-service winter storage, both in-water or out.
SLIPS: 765, MOORINGS: 0
1 MASTHEAD DR.
The docks in the North & East yards are newly-built, meticulously-maintained, wooden floating docks with power and water connections. Hot showers, restrooms, and laundry are available. The North Yard boasts dockside gasoline and diesel fuel service with pumpout facilities. On The Dock Grille offers three meals daily and a unique bar. A Safe Harbor marina.
SLIPS: 380, MOORINGS: 0
252 SECOND POINT RD.
Centrally located along Narragansett Bay, The Apponaug Harbor Marina is a sailor’s delight with fresh southerly breezes most afternoons in the summer. There are many harbors, coves, and inlets that can easily be sailed to for a day trip or weekend overnighter. The Apponaug Harbor Yacht Club is also headquartered at the marina.
SLIPS: 348, MOORINGS: 30
2 SHATTOCK AVE.
Fishing, sightseeing, dinner cruises, scuba diving, scenic tours, romantic sunset cruises, and more are all charter options. The boatworks side of the business offers all sorts of fabrication capacity, railings, T- or HD-tops, and other customized solutions.
661 WEST SHORE RD.
Salve Regina offers bachelor’s degree and certificate programs that meet the needs of the adult learner. Programs are available in a variety of formats, including classroom-based semester-long courses, compressed seven-week courses, and hybrid courses that combine online learning with the classroom experience.
Courses are offered at the Center for Adult Education in Warwick, RI, which is centrally located and provides easy access from I-95, I-295 and Route 4. At only $870 for a three-credit course (plus registration fees), tuition is affordable, and financial aid and flexible payment options are available.
Additionally, Salve Regina offers 13 master’s degree programs, a doctoral program in humanities and the Doctor of Nursing Practice, for more information, click here.
New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) is a private, non-profit technical university offers degrees in over 50+ Masters, Bachelors, and Associates programs including: Information Technology, Health Sciences, Building Technologies, and Automotive & Transportation. With three campuses in the Warwick area, NEIT supports residential, commuter, and online students diving into their majors with industry-specific labs using the latest technology and equipment.
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With an enrollment of 15,000 students, Community College of Rhode Island is one of New England’s largest and most comprehensive community colleges and the only associate degree-granting institution in Rhode Island. CCRI offers programs in academic and vocational-technical areas as well as a full complement of programs and services for full and part-time students, for recent high school graduates, and for older, adult learners.
CCRI opens its facilities for public use, sponsors programs on issues of public concern, and offers workshops and seminars for small businesses, for government agencies, and for individuals seeking to improve their skills or enhance their lives.
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400 EAST AVENUE
The Warwick Center for the Arts (WCFA), located next to City Hall in Apponaug, is a nonprofit organization that brings original works of art to the community with a full calendar of rotating group and solo theatre, including Bring Your Own Improv, and independent film is also part of their commitment to artistic excellence in Warwick.
This boutique venue hosts an art gallery that can accommodate standing cocktail receptions for 100 guests, seated dinners for up to 64, and presentations with audience-style seating for up to 60. There is also a lower level, accessible, classroom that can accommodate 15 students to work comfortably, and community meetings for up to 24 attendees.
General admission is free, except for certain events. Please call for registration information. WCFA welcomes class and group tours.
3259 POST ROAD
Visit our large, upgraded library with meeting rooms, computers, and a coffee shop on the premises. The Library’s Mission Statement: Warwick Public Library is the hub of community learning where every child can be a reader; every resident can connect to the digital world, and every life is enriched by lifelong learning.
600 SANDY LANE
If you’re looking for a fun, unique, and memorable experience for your group or organization, whether young or young-at-heart, Launch Trampoline provides an easy-to-plan event tailored for your group size, budget, and preferences!
920 BALD HILL ROAD
Apple Cinemas is a first-run movie theatre with 12 screens located at the Warwick Mall. All screens are equipped with state of the art laser projectors and Dolby 7.1 sound systems. Luxury, recline-able seating and a full service bar round out this top-notch movie going experience. Kitchen and in-seat dining coming soon!
Take a shopping pause and catch a movie, or make it a destination.
400 BALD HILL ROAD
This first-run movie theatre is located at the corner of Quaker Lane and Division St. A newly expanded 20-screen cinema, there are early shows, matinees, bargains daily, and late shows on Friday and Saturday nights. There are also group rates for 20 or more.
1200 QUAKER LANE
Valley Country Club is a private 18 hole, par 72 course with picturesque views, challenging greens, and pristine fairways. This heavily bunkered course has both large and small greens that can be fast. Water hazards (ponds) come into play on a number of holes. Geoffrey Cornish designed nine new holes, which were added in 1963.
251 NEW LONDON AVENUE
Warwick Country Club offers waterfront luxury, exquisite dining, a Donald Ross designed 18-hole golf course, 2 hard, 2 clay, and 1 paddle tennis court, aquatic center and clubhouse with all the amenities. Family, individual, social, dining, and corporate memberships are available, as well as non-residential memberships for those who live more than 60 miles from the 1924-established club. Facilities also available for weddings and other celebrations.
394 NARRAGANSETT BAY AVENUE
Tying the knot at Harbor Lights is an unforgettable experience. Professional planners delicately orchestrate every detail allowing you to celebrate the happiest moments of your life. We specialize in curating an occassion that is both uniquely yours and top quality in every way.
150 GRAY STREET
Potowomut is a private, 18-hole regulation course named for the Pottowomuit Tribe that camped there. From the longest tees it offers 6,380 yards of golf for a par of 71. The course was designed by Walter Johnson and opened in 1927. The course rating is 70.6 with a slope rating of 128. Potowomut is a private equity facility golf course with a ‘Accompanied By Member’ guest policy. The facilities are also available for staging events such as weddings and other celebrations.
439 IVES ROAD
Every year since 1966, from May through June, Pawtuxet Village plays host to the Gaspee Days Celebration, an event marking America’s First Blow For Freedom, the burning of the Gaspee. The festival features an arts & crafts fair, a colonial gala ball, a children’s costume contest, a colonial encampment, and the annual Gaspee Parade along Narragansett Parkway. A mock Colonial battle ensues, culminating with the symbolic burning of the Gaspee.
Call (401) 781-1772 for information about the dates and times for this year’s festivities.
Home of duckpin bowling in Warwick for over 60 years. Duckpin uses a smaller, hole-less ball and shorter, fatter pins. Call first—Meadowbrook runs leagues, has parties, events, and tournaments. Great fun for the whole family.
2530 WARWICK AVENUE
Featuring 35 pool tables (25 9-foot tables on the main floor) with free lessons Monday nights. There’s a pro shop, private room rentals, 17 TV’s with one big screen, video room, dart lounge, snacks, and a bar. Call for hours, daily specials.
33 LAMBERT LIND HIGHWAY
AC Moore Arts and Crafts | Applebee’s | Blue Cross/Blue Shield | Christmas Tree Shop | Enterprise Rent-A-Car | Five Below | Five Guys | Gamestop Prestige | Mattress Firm | Moe’s Southwest Grill | New Asia House | Petco | Sally Beauty | Stop and Shop | US Marines Recruiting
The Yard Works has had a comprehensive garden center in addition to their landscaping and architectural services since 1983 offering a large selection of ornamental plants, trees, annuals, perennials, hard goods, and gifts. Open 7 days a week year-’round, they also have a full-service florist for every occasion with local and world-wide delivery.
1309 WARWICK AVE
Recognized for their signature style blending international infused cuisine with casual charm, The Catering Gourmet is one of Rhode Island’s premier catering companies offering a full range of services for over a decade.
Their secret? They just love great food. From weddings, to birthdays, to corporate events, The Catering Gourmet is sure to bring their a-game. How about wood-grilled pizza stations? Or dueling pianos catering? Let them help with that long to-do list and sit back for the compliments!
333 STRAWBERRY FIELD ROAD
This family-run business brightens up every holiday season by offering the finest quality items at reasonable prices. At The Gift Box, you’ll find unique and stylish collections of Christmas gifts and decor, ornaments, trees, wreaths, lawn displays, hand painted glasses, and a wide variety of lights.
319 BALD HILL ROAD
The Bridal Shoppe has been serving New England brides for over 20 years as a full-service boutique offering elegant styles from traditional to couture. They are known in the area for their ready assistance in a bride’s search for the perfect gown as well as supporting comprehensive, high-quality alterations. All with a respect for budgets and affordability.
1719 WARWICK AVE
Two and a half acres of highbush blueberries established in 1984. Farm stand is open during picking season. Season usually begins in mid July. Picking continues until late August, or until the blueberries are gone. Picking hours: 7 days a week, 7 am to 12 noon. And from 4 pm to dusk on Thursdays.
130 ROCKY POINT AVE
Following in their mother’s sweet footsteps, the brother/sister team of Tom and Lucia produce some of the sweetest treats in the Ocean State! RI Rocks can be found at retail outlets throughout the state, including these Warwick locations: Food Chalet, Hospitality Shop at Kent Hospital, Sweet Indulgence, T-Shirt City, TF Green Airport, and Walgreens. The Rocks are an irresistible chocolate candy made with pretzels, raisins, and peanuts.
Custom cupcakes, cakes, and a wide variety of gourmet desserts without limits imagined, designed, and created under the direction of their clients. On the retail side, they present irresistible treats such as bonbons, cannolis, chocolate bark, and a cookie dough bar with at least 5 varieties every day.
1800 POST ROAD
If you’re visiting Rhode Island or want to give a special gift produced right here, then Ocean State Apparel and More is the place to find it. Expect to be treated like a guest with free coffee, hot chocolate, or tea, and without the high-pressure sell. Hand-crafted, local apparel, coffee mugs, buttons, candies, and gift baskets for the entire family and even those fussy, difficult-to-buy-for people.
2105 POST ROAD
Founded in 1915, Morris Farm is a 43-acre farm run by generations of the Morris Family. They grow vegetables, run greenhouses, and care for cows, chickens, and horses. Visitors are welcome to walk around the farm and see the animals; discussions of methods to organically control weeds and pests always welcome! Group planting tours in the spring and pumpkin picking in the fall. Birthday parties with horse rides and trailer rides to visit the cows. Farm fresh vegetables in-season, sweet corn, summer squash, cucumbers, peppers, eggplant, beans. In addition to the flora, Morris Farm has a chicken coop where providing fresh eggs every morning and beef from their Black Angus cows.
2779 WARWICK AVE
Overheard in the stacks that another patron loves Mary’s Paperbacks, but the only downside is that they buy too many books for such a value! You can always find the one, or five, or 10 books that you were (really!) looking for for as little as $20.
2426 WEST SHORE RD
Candy Land Warehouse has been serving up confectionary delights since 1953 from it’s Warwick location, as well as a roadshow! From old-fashioned candy lines such as “Candies of Yesteryear”, which include perennial favorites including Circus Peanuts and Lemonheads, to every gummy imaginable, to novelties like candy buttons and rock candy sticks, and literally everything in between, they have it all! Check ’em out, but, maybe not mention it to your dentist….
86 WARWICK INDUSTRIAL DRIVE
Since 1990, Harris Blinds and Shutters has been providing window treatment and design to customers all over Southeastern New England. Harris Alkins, proprietor, and his team are resources through the entire design, selection, implementation, and follow-up process, making sure that the customer’s vision is clearly realized and their satisfaction is 100% with Harris’ custom creations. (All measurements, estimates, and installations are provided free of charge.)
1638 WARWICK AVENUE
Grandpa’s Train Depot has been providing train modelers and slot car racers supplies, parts, and services in Warwick for over 20 years. They stock the latest from American Flyer, Atlas, Walthers, and more, including accessories, transformers, buildings, and woodland scenics. If you need to spruce up your current configuration, Grandpa’s also has full-service repairs.
1415 WARWICK AVE.
Noon Design Shop produces a lifestyle brand of simple and timeless jewelry, letterpress greeting cards, home goods, and body products all produce in the USA. Founders Nora Alexander (jewelry designer) and Maie Liis Vaga (graphic designer) both were graduated by the Rhode Island School of Design and opened their first storefront in San Diego in 2009. (Alexander is a native Rhode Islander.)
18 POST RD
Tucked into Arnold’s Neck, Changing Tides Gift Shop is a hub of crafts, souvenirs, and gifts for all occasions. How about making that person who has absolutely everything a in-class-made basket filled with objets d’art like handmade glass and driftwood sailboats, quilted pictures, and an assortment of scented and unscented candles? Looking for the out-of-the-ordinary, that one-of-a-kind? You can found it at Changing Tides.
355 ARNOLD’S NECK DRIVE
For the four-legged members of the family, Bow Chika Wow Town offers over 8000 sq/ft of indoor, climate-controlled play space with an additional 1000 secure sq/ft outside. From self-wash stations, to obedience training, to daycare, to doggy hotel services for extended stays, many of the staff are certified Professional Animal Care Providers to ensure that Fido has an exceptional experience.
27 MEADOW STREET
AA Hobbies has been in business serving Rhode Island hobby enthusiasts since 1991 and their friendly staff have a wealth of knowledge. Their inventory includes HO Trains, detail parts, plastic models, military models, hobby tools, books, supplies, and die-cast vehicles. Police and fire vehicles are their specialty when it comes to the die-cast segment.
655 JEFFERSON BOULEVARD
Busy travelers appreciate easy access to the T.F. Green Airport (PVD) with 24-hour shuttle service provided by Radisson Hotel Providence Airport. Make reservations at our hotel and enjoy convenient amenities like airport parking packages, free Wi-Fi and a full-service restaurant. Each room or suite helps you feel at home with plush bedding, cable TV and coffee facilities, and is a perfect place to rest before or after a busy day of travel.
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2081 POST ROAD
Off Interstate 95, this is straightforward, budget lodging near the T.F. Green Airport and major transportation arteries. The standard rooms include TVs with expanded cable channels, plus WiFi. Kids 17 and under stay free with an adult family member. There’s also an outdoor pool, an onsite restaurant, and a coin laundry, in addition to free morning coffee and truck parking.
20 JEFFERSON BOULEVARD
Come experience the newly renovated Hotel. Now part of Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, Inc. Hotel is located right off I-95/Exit 15 Jefferson Boulevard. Easy on/easy off. Upper mid-scale Hotel brings a new contemporary look and feel to the guest experience. In-room amenities include mini-fridge, microwave and ultra-fast high-speed Wi-Fi. Complimentary hot daily breakfast. Seasonal outdoor pool and fitness center. Complimentary airport and local business shuttle. Pet friendly. Hotel features Wyndham Rewards, the award winning guest loyalty program.
36 JEFFERSON BOULEVARD
This newly renovated all-suites hotel by Hilton boasts 82 studio, one- and two-bedroom suites each with full-size kitchens, pillow top mattresses, and pull out sofas. Wake up to complimentary hot breakfast served daily or wind down at the evening social including beer and wine served Mon-Thurs. Unrivaled amenities include a heated indoor pool, hot tub, fitness center, sports court, patio with grills, business center, guest laundry, and free WiFi. Limited weekday shuttle service available.
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33 INTERNATIONAL WAY
(800) CALL HOME
1 mile from the T.F. Green Airport, this hotel offers traditional rooms have desks, cable TV and free WiFi. Suites add kitchenettes. Kids 19 and under stay free with an adult. Amenities include free breakfast, an indoor pool with hot tub and a fitness room. There’s also a business center and meeting room. Parking and an airport shuttle are complimentary.
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901 JEFFERSON BOULEVARD
Less than a 1-mile drive from T.F. Green Airport, this modern hotel’s rooms feature contemporary decor, custom-designed beds, and flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels, plus mini fridges, microwaves, desks and free WiFi. A cooked-to-order buffet breakfast is available for a fee, there’s an onsite American restaurant, as well as a clubby bar and a 24/7 pantry. Guests can visit the fitness center, indoor pool and whirlpool. Additional amenities include meeting rooms and a business center, plus a free airport shuttle and parking.
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1 THURBERS STREET
173 guest rooms and suites at this property adjacent to T.F. Green Airport. Breakfast available daily, 24-hour fitness center and indoor swimming pool with whirlpool, and free WiFi throughout the hotel. Standard guest rooms as well as suites available with complementary 24/7 airport shuttle, nearby car rental for day or extended excursions.
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2100 POST ROAD
Located at T.F. Green Airport, the Fairfield Inn and Suites is just steps away from the terminal via an exclusive covered breezeway. This central Rhode Island location is conveniently accessible to I-95, I-295, and RT4. Rooms include desks, for those on business, free WiFi throughout the hotel, exercise facilities, free breakfast, and a lobby bar.
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1940 POST ROAD
Whether travel is for business or pleasure, if the duration is for longer than a night or two, Extended Stay America is designed to exceed your expectations and stay within a budget. All rooms are studio suites with fully equipped kitchens, WiFi, onsite coin-op laundry facilities, grab-and-go breakfasts, and pet-friendly rooms are available.
268 METRO CENTER BOULEVARD
94 studio suites, each with full kitchen and oversized desk area. Complimentary breakfast on weekdays, Manager Reception Monday through Wednesday, High Speed WiFI, complimentary local and toll-free calls, coin-operated laundry on property, guest pantry, work out room, sports court, hot tub, and outdoor patio with BBQ grill. Easy access to I295, I95, and near shopping centers with free shuttle within a 5 mile radius running from 7am to 9pm.
245 WEST NATICK ROAD
This polished, conference hotel is about 2 miles from T.F. Green Airport. The Crowne Plaza offers 266 well apportioned rooms featuring free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, and desks. Amenities include The Crossings Italian restaurant and the adjacent Alfred’s Lounge, which is a library-style lounge with a fireplace. There’s also an indoor pool, a fitness, and a business center, as well as 21 meeting rooms comprising 45,000 square feet of meeting space and free parking. Pets are permitted for a fee.
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801 GREENWICH AVENUE
Contemporary, select-service hotel offering rooms with one king or two queen beds. In-room amenities include mini-fridge, microwave, and complimentary high-speed internet. Large lobby with fireplace, TV, and business center. Outdoor gazebo in professionally landscaped, fenced area. Relax in the indoor pool and whirlpool or workout in the fitness center. The Courtyard Cafe offers a daily breakfast buffet, while a 24-hour marketplace is located in the lobby. Several restaurants are within walking distance, while a complimentary shuttle is dedicated to the airport and available upon request. Marriott Rewards Program.
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55 JEFFERSON PARK ROAD
Off Highway 1/Post Road, the Best Western hotel is a 3-minute walk from T. F. Green Airport. Surprisingly quiet given its proximity to major transportation, breakfast starts at 4AM for those catching early morning flights. The relaxed rooms offer free WiFi and flat-screen TVs, plus desks and coffeemakers. Some rooms add microwaves and mini fridges. Complimentary amenities include continental breakfast, area/airport shuttle, and parking for trucks and RVs. There’s also a 24/7 fitness center and a business center.
2138 POST ROAD
The birthplace of Revolutionary War General Nathaneal Greene, son of a Quaker farmer and smith, and a direct descendent of founders of Warwick, and his families farms and forge, Potowomut peninsula today is home to Goddard Memorial State Park and the Potowomut Golf Club.
Pawtuxet Village is not only the oldest village in Warwick; it’s the oldest village in New England, settled in 1642. The most serious early act of defiance of the American Revolution occurred in Warwick, off Pawtuxet Village on June 8, 1772, when the British revenue schooner, the Gaspee, was burned.
Conimicut derives its name from the granddaughter of Narragansett sachem Canonicus, the head of the Narragansett when the English arrived, and the daughter of Queen Quaiapen and the sachem Mixanno and dates back to the founding of Warwick in 1643. The main artery of this thriving and picturesque village is West Shore Road and it is home to the eponymous Conimicut Lighthouse and Conimicut Point Beach.
An informative booklet, The Walking Tour of Historic Apponaug Village, published in 1998, is available at no cost from the Department of Tourism, Culture, and Development in City Hall. This book features over 30 historic structures in Apponaug Village, and for those who enjoy walking, helps to reveal the beauty and history that is Apponaug.
Call 401.738.2014 for more information.
Apponaug, situated on Apponaug Cove and the intersection of Warwick’s three primary streets (Post Road aka US Route 1, Greenwich Avenue aka RI Route 5, and Centerville Road aka RI Route 117), is a derivation of the Narragansett Indian word for “place of oysters”, and the Cove holds one of the richest shellfish beds in the US. Apponaug is considered downtown Warwick as it is home to Warwick City Hall as well as police and fire headquarters.
Busy Apponaug Four Corners was once a Native American path called the Pequot Trail. While no longer the geographical center of Warwick, this intersection remains the historic heart of the city. This is where routes 1 (Post Rd), 5 (Greenwich Ave) and 117 (Centerville Rd) converge.
Greenwich Bay inlet saltwater beach with restaurants, boat ramps, marinas, and other facilities nearby. Great for picnicking, beach relaxing, swimming, playgrounds, and other activities. Follow Oakland Beach Avenue to the gazebo and relax!
Oakland Beach Gazebo
A 58-acre, peaceful oasis in a suburban neighborhood with a small, public access beach at the southeast corner off Post Road. No gasoline motors are permitted, but boating is via a boat ramp. There is also a handicapped-accessible fishing dock with two gazebos accessible from Veterans Memorial Drive.
3011 POST ROAD
Rocky Point Park is the site of the long-standing Rocky Point Amusement Park, which operated from the 1840s until it closed in 1995. It has been recently refurbished and is now open to the public for picnics, hikes with or without a four-legged companion, or just taking in the view of Narragansett Bay. While you’re there, check out the Arch from the 1964 World’s Fair in Queen, NY, that was relocated to Rocky Point. Take only pictures, leave only footprints. Open daily from 9AM to 11PM.
130 ROCKY POINT AVENUE
(401) 884-2010 (Main Parks Number)
A 126-acre park, located down Asylum Road to Steven O’Connor Boulevard. Saltwater beach, plus bathhouse and kiddie play area. There’s also hiking and paved bicycle paths, ball fields, and even a stone circle for meditation and contemplation. Legend has it that the first clambakes took place here in the late 1800’s. Oh, and don’t forget Fido, Warwick City Park also has off-leash facilities for our four-legged family members!
ASYLUM ROAD / STEVEN O’CONNOR BOULEVARD
Goddard Park is open from sunrise to sunset, and offers visitors many activities: Patrons can bring picnic lunches, walk on nature trails, watch horseback riders, or visit the public Goddard Park Beach, a saltwater beach and bathhouse on Greenwich Bay. There is also a 9-hole public golf course (the Clubhouse phone number is 401-884-9834), which is open seasonally from April 15 through the last Saturday in November. Watch for concerts and performances at the renovated Carousel building near the beach.
1095 IVES ROAD
Built in 1893-94, this building features a six-story clock tower which is visible for miles around. Designed by the architectural firm of William R. Walker & Son, City Hall cost $75,000 to erect and was built to replace the Town House, clerk’s office, and stables which had stood on this spot for the previous sixty years. On the second floor is the Town Scale and Council Chambers, while the remnants of what was once the city’s jail cells are in the basement. Tours of the building are available.
3275 POST ROAD
SSHSA stewards a collection of hundreds of thousands of images, artifacts, periodicals, artwork, official records, memorabilia, and ephemera archived in more than 100 collections, devoted exclusively to the history of engine-powered vessels, their passengers, and crew. SSHSA also publishes the quarterly magazine PowerShips and has taken on the role of conservationist through their digital conservation project: The Image Porthole.
2500 POST ROAD
Clouds Hill Victorian House Museum, a 501(c)3 charitable organization, is a house museum located in Warwick, Rhode Island, and has been referred to as one of Rhode Island’s hidden treasures.
A private home that has remained in the same family since it was built; the house is also a museum and opens to the public.
The house is an important part of the history of the City of Warwick and the State of Rhode Island. It was built in 1872 by William Smith Slater for his daughter, Elizabeth Ives Slater, on her marriage to Alfred Augustus Reed, Jr. It has remained in the family since it was built, passing from female to female until reaching the current owner.
4157 POST ROAD
Legend has it that this rock once created a deep, booming sound, like a drum. Legend has it that Native Americans once used Drum Rock for sending messages. We do know that this was once a great gathering place for tribes converging near the Pequot Trail.
The rock itself was delicately balanced on two points and could be easily moved by hand, or rocked by the wind, and with that rocking, it created the distinctive sound.
At one time, the rock was the symbol of Apponaug, its image replicated for parades. Today, Drum Rock is silent, having been moved from it’s original position because it made too much noise for nearby neighbors.
Located at 40 Post Road, the Bank Cafe was built in 1815 by the Rhodes family in the Federal style. A two and a half story structure, the Bank Cafe was originally the first bank in the area. The top floor was once a finishing school for girls, but since 1874, when James Tinker assumed ownership, the building has been used almost exclusively as a dining establishment. The bank’s original vault was used as a wine cellar. Currently a private dwelling.
TEAMWORKS Warwick, formerly Rhode Island Indoor Sports, has been providing Rhode Island families with sports and recreation programs for over a decade. Comprising an 80,000 square-foot facility, Teamworks offers activities for the whole family, including: youth programs for children ages 2+, youth sports leagues, birthday parties, camps, adult sports leagues, special events, and more! For more information click here.
170 JEFFERSON BOULEVARD
The Kent County YMCA has been serving the community of more than 60,000 families in Warwick, West Warwick, Coventry, and West Greenwich since 1947. The Y welcomes families, children, young adults, older adults, and everyone in between regardless of their fitness intensity. They provide fitness classes, swimming, and a wide range of individual and group activities. Plus, there are many programs just for kids.
900 CENTERVILLE ROAD
The City of Warwick provides a wide range of facilities for both recreation and athletics. From skating and swimming to dog shows and quilting, the Parks and Recreation department is a valuable contributor to our quality of life. For more information on parks and playgrounds, click here.
Improvements in transportation have arguably made the world smaller, and many legacies of the past are written in the fabric of today. Warwick’s several distinct villages are a legacy of our history and a way of acknowledging and preserving the past while incorporating it into today’s municipal map. Enjoy visiting Warwick’s villages and many distinct neighborhoods with echoes of the past and vibrancy of today.