Food News - April/May 2012

Wine Down Wednesdays are offered from 5-7pm at Trio, 15 Kingstown Road in Narragansett. A flight of three red or white wines paired with appetizers is available for $19.95 per person.  Cucina …

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Wine Down Wednesdays are offered from 5-7pm at Trio, 15 Kingstown Road in Narragansett. A flight of three red or white wines paired with appetizers is available for $19.95 per person. 

Cucina Twist at 2095 Kingstown Road in South Kingstown has halfprice pasta entrees every Wednesday. Appetizers are also half price Tuesday
through Friday from 4-6pm, and all night every Sunday at the bar.

The Grille on Main, 50 Main Street in East Greenwich, has a taco special, two for $5 or four for $8. Chicken wings are 25 cents each at the bar every Monday from 5-10pm. 

Ritrovo Italian Pub & Grille, Main Street in East Greenwich, is now open for lunch on Saturdays and Sundays. Wednesday is ladies night with 50% off all nightly specials. 

We hear that Dave’s Coffee on Old Post Road in Charlestown hopes to open a second location on Main Street in Wakefield, where Orbie’s and Town Meats used to be located. Owned by David Lanning, Dave’s is a craft coffee roaster that hand roasts its coffee. 

There is another “Dave’s” event this month: Dave’s Marketplace at 1000 Division Road in East Greenwich will be hosting a book signing with Ted Allen from Chopped. The event will take place May 15 from 5-7pm. 

Woodhouse Fire N Coal Pizza at 402 Main Street in Wakefield now serves beer and wine.

David Roebuck, owner of the Salt Pond Oyster Company in Narragansett, now has a raw bar in his mobile food truck called Shuckin’ Truck. He will sell oysters from his aquaculture farm as well as fresh scallops and lobsters. Look for the truck at farmer’s markets and festivals. 

Giro’s Restaurant at 501 High Street in Peace Dale has reopened, serving Italian-American food in a completely renovated dining area and bar. Lunch and dinner are offered every day but Tuesday. Luncheon specials are $5.95 to $6.95.