Bristol House of Pizza 55 State St, Bristol, RI02809 Bristol House of Pizza is a busy spot with a full line of regular and specialy pizzas, calzones, strombolis, salads,…More grinders, club sandwiches, pasta and classic appetizers. It also sells slices of pizza. The dining area is cozy with as many tables as possible as well as seven barstools at the open kitchen where patrons can watch their pizza be made in the two large pizza ovens. Bristol House of Pizza offers a children's menu and serves beer and wine. In addition to standard credit cards, this pizzeria also accepts the RWU Unicard.
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.
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.
The Rhode Island Credit Union was founded in the fall of 1946 by a small group of state employees who decided to use…More their personal resources to help a fellow employee who needed money for his wife's hospital bills. A business that once operated out of a desk drawer in a small room in the Rhode Island State House is today a five branch credit union serving Providence, Cranston, Bristol, Pascoag and Kingston.
Rhode Island Credit Union is a community credit union, meaning membership is open to anyone who lives or works in Rhode Island. Rhode Island Credit Union has a wide range of money saving products and services such as savings and checking accounts, consumer loans, home equity and mortgages and more. An ATM is located inside the door.