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Photography by Tony Luong. Many of these businesses have been acknowledged in the past by winning Best of Rhode Island Awards. This is not a complete list of women-owned businesses in the state, just a shout out to support some that we love. Bake Eat Love Main St.
Bake Eat Love offers a variety of sweets such as cakes, cupcakes, cookies and more. Basil and Bunny basilandbunny. Beautiful older woman ready love Cranston Rhode Island plant-based takes on mile-high burgers made with housemade bean and mushroom patties or loaded fried chicken sandwiches made with crispy seitan. Bunny Mobile has a spot behind Hope and Main in Warren, but is also on the move to local breweries. Black Beans PVD blackbeanspvd. Open on select weekends, Black Beans PVD offers pastries and grab-and-go meals like shrimp and grits or dumplings.
We need this bit of good news to get back on the path of gluttony. Chef Angie Armenise treats every brunch as if it was your last meal: breakfast pigs in a blanket; bacon, egg and cheese calzone; burgers served between two buttermilk pancakes; Paleo huevos rancheros; or bacon-fat brisket and spuds poutine with cheddar sauce. Who honestly cares if you make it to Monday when Sunday tastes like this.
They also have tons of healthy options for eating clean and they are known for catering to people with severe allergies by taking cross-contamination very seriously in order to prevent it. Her tea company also strives to build welcoming spaces for Black culture and community in Rhode Island with a mixer for young Black professionals each month. Sleek white models in various prices gleam in rows across the showroom, including top brands such as Baby Lock, Bernina and Janome.
Need to brush up basic skills? Buppy Pets buppypets. And they do. Ingredients include nothing but real rolled oats, bananas, applesauce, all-natural peanut butter, organic blueberries, cheddar cheese and more. Bywater 54 State St. For entrees, the steady summer star is striped bass prepared in myriad ways as long as they can get it. You can also check out the new bakery window serving fresh-baked bread, croissants, pastries and more. Cakes by Eboni Waterman Ave. Custom-deed cakes, cakesicles and treats can be made for any occasion in a variety of flavors. She creates sculpted cakes, uses fondant to feature themes and uses drip techniques, fresh flowers and berries to create beautiful des.
By appointment only. Please call to place an order and arrange pickup. She works out of Feast and Fettle at Waterman Ave. Ceremony Tea Shop Thayer St. Step into the shop and discover an oasis of calm. Pick up a lavender matcha latte to sip on or a mochi cake to snack on. Linger over a cup of tea made with leaves sourced directly from small farms in Japan, Taiwan and China. Book a tea tasting session or a traditional tea ceremony and experience the complexities of oolong, green and black teas. Cerulean 30 Child St. Chi Kitchen chikitchenfoods. Her umami-packed fermented cabbage is brined with kosher salt and combined with julienned ginger, chopped garlic and onions, Korean red pepper and first press fish sauce from wild caught black anchovies.
Not only does this kimchi taste delicious crammed in a sandwich, as a topping for meat or straight out of the jar, but it also contains gut-busting probiotics that help ward off sickness. Try the new sesame slaw and kimchi pickles products. Corkie Bolton Jewelry Find her work online at corkieboltonjewelry.
A metalsmith from Providence, Corkie draws her inspiration from the natural world to create timeless, high-quality jewelry out of silver and gold. Her earrings feature geometric shapes and her rings, bracelets and necklaces showcase stones in a delightfully minimalist way. Corkie is also the founder of the Metalsmith Society, an online community that supports other artists. The farm store is open at Snake Hill Rd. Deed By Delsiedeedbydelsie.
She executes unforgettable parties, including micro- and more sizable weddings, anniversaries and birthdays. Pearl plans, des and creates distinctive events based on your specific needs and desires, which includes integrating chic lighting, furnishings, linens and floral de. Since then, it has been supporting local growers and producers in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts at its cafe and by catering events around the state, including weddings.
Easy Entertaining works closely with regional farmers and local artisans and purveyors, and sources more than 70 percent of products from a mile radius year-round. They can be hired to produce treat boxes for virtual events like baby showers, corporate meetings and happy hours, and they also offer extensive catering food and treat packages for holiday events like St. Elle G Main St. The store has a wide range of unique, everyday pieces, with some extra eye-catching dresses here and there. Products include clothing, jewelry and accessories, all hand selected with.
Farmacy Herbs 28 Cemetery St. Farmer and founder Mary Blue is a trained herbalist who understands the ways in which herbs can support a healthy lifestyle. She has tea blends to help an insomniac sleep, to soothe upset stomachs or clear congested sinuses.
In the summer, the farm also hosts herbal medicine classes. Farmaesthetics Bellevue Ave. Find relief in the Hydrating Hand Wash, made with organic essential oils and natural cleansers that are strong yet gentle enough to use throughout the day. Offering retail sales at its Newport flagship store, online sales also are available. Feast and Fettle feastandfettle. Select your entrees and sides separately and schedule the service for one day or multiple days per week for a single person, couples or whole family.
Flipp Salon and Apothecary 38 Transit St. The offerings range from therapeutic to cosmetic, with custom-blended teas to skincare products to all-natural perfumes.
Consult the herbal specialists to find the perfect item for your body from the plant-based line. Float Post Rd. Immerse yourself in a private pod filled with ten inches of water combined with pounds of epsom salt that makes you buoyant on the surface of the water. Garden of Eve Harris Ave. Enjoy a summer day on her patio paradise where you can BYOB. The bar offers delivery and pickup options for protein and fruit smoothies and bowls, vegan Jamaican patties and other fresh juices. The Golden Sparrow 33 Kent St. Treat yourself to a plaid pillow, newly upholstered antique side chair or Le Creuset griddle or shower a friend with a slice of creativity from a featured artist, hip felted tote or delicate hand-poured candle.
The menu changes seasonally, but a diner can never go wrong ordering Rhode Island and New England sourced delights, like lamb leg from Hopkins Southdowns Farm in North Scituate or Nantucket Bay scallop crudo. Greenline Apothecary North Main St. From prescriptions to over-the-counter health and wellness meds, to immunizations and a pharmacist-curated selection of natural, locally made products, this apothecary has your ailments and health-related needs covered. Plus, pick a swivel stool at the soda fountain and wait for your prescription with a root beer float in hand.
J Marcel Hope St. The boutique has offered affordable apparel, jewelry and footwear in an all-inclusive and friendly environment. Plus, every item you purchase will be matched and sent to Sojourner House in Providence to help victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.
La Maison de Coco lamaisondecoco. Her luscious, tea-infused treats of chocolate and local cream hint at Indian spice or Maui jasmine and can be ordered as a monthly subscription for a favorite someone. Lazuli Handcrafted Find Lazuli on etsy. Based in Newport, Lazuli Handcrafted sells pieces inspired by geology, a subject in which artist Erika Young earned a degree.
The minimalist rings, earrings and necklaces are made using electroforming, a complicated chemical technique where copper builds up around the stone. This process gives each piece a unique finish and a natural look. Check out her selection of rings, which are perfect for stacking.
There are up to twelve flavors available in the retail store and some favorites include Thai iced tea, mint chip and coconut lace. Even vegan shakes sub in coconut, almond or soy milk for udder-free drinks. Catch the food truck for vegan soft-serve and other treats. Little Sister a Hope St. Try the sesame and almond croissants that play off of horchata flavors, powdered-sugar-topped Mallorca pastries and guava coconut macaroons. The takeout-only shop also sells egg sammies with spicy touches and avocado, hearty soups and lunchtime sandwiches like a hefty Cuban.
In the spring, they plan to open the outdoor garden space for al fresco dining. Main St. The shop, opened back inoffers both retail and conment options, giving customers many colorful and stylish choices while shopping for dresses, jewelry, shoes and handbags. Message the business on Facebook to shop by appointment. As cofounder Joe Lotuff notes, great leather only gets better with time. Available online or by appointment. Luca Boutique Water St.Beautiful older woman ready love Cranston Rhode Island
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