Federal Hill Brick Oven Pizza 495 Main St, Warren, RI02885 Located in historic downtown Warren, right on Main Street, this location offers some of the finest Neapolitan-style and…More brick-oven pizza around, as well as some fantastic pasta platters and nine specialty burgers, including the Fall River burger. The staff here is ready to answer any and all questions or simply make a recommendation.
Pick N Pay Food Mart 300 Hope St, Bristol, RI02809 The only convenience store in Bristol's downtown Historic District, Pick N Pay carries a wide variety of smoking items…More and features a large thermidor with dozens of varieties of cigars for sale. This, in addition to a selection of basic news, grocery and snack items. Keno and several types of lottery games are also available. There is an ATM on-site.
Abbigales Salon and Spa 315 Hope St, Bristol, RI02809 This full-service salon and spa is beautifully situated in an elegant, historic home in downtown Bristol. Owner Patty…More Booth worked thoughtfully within the space, managing to create a professional salon that feels very much at home among the 200-year old moldings and trimwork. The top-notch services include precision cutting, color, styling, waxing, threading, manicures, pedicures and facials, as well as the Keratin all-natural straightening system. Patty stocks a wide variety of product lines, including Redken, Pureology, and Moroccan Oil.
Alfred's Gifts and Antiques 331 Hope St, Bristol, RI02809 Since 1975, Alfred's Gifts and Antiques has been part of the historic downtown area in Bristol. Furniture, lamps,…More paintings, prints, glassware and dishes, all in excellent condition, are the mainstay of this shop and are offered primarily on consignment. New items include an extensive selection of Byer's Choice figurines, candles, Christmas decorations and gift items. Browse the lovely items on display any day of the week, and don't miss the annual Open House held every November.
La Bella Boutique 78 State St, Bristol, RI02809 Set in a revamped historic home in the heart of downtown Bristol, this adorable and chic boutique has a friendly face…More with Donna and Jill - a mother and daughter team - at the helm. Perfect for fashionistas on a budget as all clothes are instantly discounted by 30% when they come through the door. Even better, there's a whole room (dubbed "Fashion Ave.") which boasts additional discounts. You'll find trendy and stylish shirts, skirts, jackets, sweaters, scarves, handbags, jewelry and more by brand names such as Mac & Jac, Kensie and City Lights.
Canoe Passage Outfitters 277 Water St, Warren, RI02885 Starting out 19 years ago in Rehoboth, Ray Brierly has amassed one of the largest selections of canoes and kayaks in the…More southern New England area. Located next to the Bristol Harbor Inn, the store not only offers canoe and kayak sales and rentals, but bicycles, paddles, life jackets, dry storage, roof racks, maps, tents, sleeping bags, headlamps and even cookware. New for 2010 are historic lantern tours of downtown Bristol.
Bristol Bagel Works 420 Hope St, Bristol, RI02809 Bristol Bagel Works has been serving area residents since 1994. Aside from its delicious,"made from scratch" bagels,…More Bristol Bagel Works is "noted for its bagels but the soup really shines; a very hearty size bowl for a very reasonable price," according to a review on citysearch.com. The shop has also been voted "Best of RI Magazine" for best bagels 2009 from an editor's poll. The menu offers pastries, sandwiches (on your choice of bagel), soft drinks, coffee, tea and smoothies. Grab a coffee and bagel to-go on your way to work or sit and enjoy the local ambiance in the heart of historic downtown Bristol.
Featuring natural, organic and local bath and body products by famous makers such as Crabtree & Evelyn and local…More brands like Island Mist Block Island, Pine Cone Hill, RI Soap Works and Sweet Grass Farms, Harbor Bath & Body is a wonderful place to indulge yourself or buy a special gift for a friend.
Harbor Bath & Body is owned and operated by Lynn Shaw, a Bristol native. She turned her passion into reality by opening her own shop filled with aromatic bath and body products right in the middle of historic downtown Bristol at Thames Street Landing.
If you are looking for 100 percent organic, you have found the place! Organically Good's flagship store is located in…More the heart of historic downtown Bristol on Thames Street and brings the freshest seasonal produce from local, organic farms right to you.
Organically Good is not just a market but also an eatery that prepares and specializes in unique, gourmet sandwiches, smoothies and salads. The menu changes with the growing season to always offer fresh, local ingredients in a beautiful setting with warm hardwood floors and walls covered with the work of local artists.
Organically Good caters large and small special events and will provision your yacht with 100 percent organic and locally fresh items.
Coffee Depot 501 Main St, Warren, RI02885 The Coffee Depot, a cozy and lively gathering spot, is centrally located in downtown historic…More Warren. Its well-trained baristas offer up fair trade and local coffees, as well as goods by local bakers and bakeries, fresh fruit, Odwalla drinks and Empire Sodas (made in Bristol). The Coffee Depot is popular with both locals and RWU Students and, though busy, is rarely overcrowded. Friday open mic nights are a big draw for music lovers and regional musicians. Monthly art exhibits by area artists are also popular.
The Rockwell House Inn Bed & Breakfast was built in 1809 and sits in the middle of historic downtown Bristol,…More right on Hope Street. The home, built in the Federal style, served as the residence of Colonel Luther, who was the first recorded Parade Marshall for the renowned Bristol 4th of July Parade. Since that time, the home was restored and, in 1991, the Rockwell House Inn Bed & Breakfast was opened.
Debra has served as the Innkeeper since the day the doors opened back on Valentine's Day in 1991. The Inn is famous for more than its past history. The Inn has been featured in Yankee and Country Homes magazines as well as in the Boston Globe and New York Times. Debra has been featured in Bon Apetit with one of her breakfast recipes served at the Inn.
The Inn has seen guests from around the world and features beautifully appointed rooms, an English garden, formal dining room and much more. You can't miss the historic pink Inn in the center of town.
Spectrum Capital Group 471 Hope St, Bristol, RI02809 Spectrum Capital Group is located on the second floor in downtown Bristol on historic Hope Street. Bristol-based…More Spectrum, which was founded in 1996 and provides advice to troubled companies in need of restructuring. Since June 2009, Spectrum Capital has been operating as a subsidiary of the Morgan Keegan Company. Spectrum now forms the backbone of a new Special Situations Group in Morgan Keegan's investment banking division. Morgan Keegan & Company is one of the largest full-service brokerage and investment banking firms in the nation. It is a securities brokerage, trust and asset management arm of public company Regions Financial Corp. Headquartered in Memphis, Tenn., Morgan Keegan has over 300 offices and more than $850 million in equity capital.
Located in the heart of downtown Bristol, DeWolf Tavern is housed in a renovated historic stone warehouse on the…More Thames Street Landing waterfront that dates back to 1818. Guests can choose between three seating areas. Sit out on DeWolf's patio while enjoying a refreshing cocktail and the cool breeze off the water. Partake in a light meal with an array of wine options in the Tavern Room. Or settle down for a full meal in the upstairs main dining room with its cozy fireplace and breathtaking views over the water.
Indian-influenced contemporary American cuisine is prepared by Chef Sai Viswanath, including a popular three-course prix fixe menu. The restaurant also hosts special events, live entertainment and private parties.
Linden Place is the centerpiece of Bristol's historic downtown, waterfront district. The property was designed and…More built for General George DeWolf by Rhode Island architect Russell Warren in 1810. The property stayed in the DeWolf family until the mid-1980's when the last living grandchild put the mansion on the market. In 1989, Friends of Linden Place, a non-profit organization purchased the property and today keep the mansion, the carriage barn built in 1825, the ballroom, the beautiful gardens and all buildings on the property in pristine condition.
Step back in time and explore one of the finest examples of Federal Period Architecture with its striking portico, intricately carved banisters and stately columns. The history behind the property is fascinating from George DeWolf's middle of the night departure and subsequent swarming of the mansion by the townspeople of Bristol to a mansion where Presidents were entertained. Today the mansion is open to the public and is frequently used for weddings and special events. Come and see what makes Linden Place one of Rhode Island's favorite treasures.