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EG Restaurant Week Starts Friday

East Greenwich's Restaurant Week, actually a 10-day event, begins Friday, Sept. 19.
East Greenwich\’s Restaurant Week, actually a 10-day event, begins Friday, Sept. 19.

East Greenwich’s Third Annual Restaurant Week begins Friday with 35 area restaurants offering diners a variety of dishes for excellent deals.

The event, which actually lasts 10 days through Sept. 28, returns thanks to the partnership of the East Greenwich Chamber of Commerce and SO Rhode Island Magazine.

“We feel that East Greenwich is a dining destination and is a big part of what makes our town so special. Our restaurants and all of our merchants look forward to welcoming visitors from all over the region,” said Stephen M. Lombardi, Executive Director of the East Greenwich Chamber.

As of late Thursday afternoon, participating restaurants are:  Besos, Fresco, Chianti’s, Cowesett Inn, Eleven Forty Nine, End Zone Pub & Grill, Felicia’s Coffee, Finn’s Harborside, Frank and John, Tio Mateo’s, Greenwich Bay Gourmet, Greenwich Bay Oyster Bar, Jiggers, Kon Asian Bistro, Main Street Coffee, McKinley’s Pub, Meritage, Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt, Pal’s, B. Pinelli’s, Rasa, Richard’s Pub, Ritrovo, Siena, Twisted Pizza, T’s Restaurant, Bistro 9, Cobblestone’s Pizza, Crosby’s Cafe, Dante’s Kitchen, Di Mare Restaurant, La Masseria, Lifestyle Cafe and Raise the Bar Nutrition.

To see what deals eateries offer for Restaurant Week, visit the Restaurant Week website and check out the menus posted by each establishment.

East Greenwich Restaurant Week will have an official kickoff party on Thursday, Sept. 18 at the East Greenwich Yacht Club. The Savor East Greenwich event will be from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. and will feature food samples from many of the participating restaurants. There will be live entertainment and a cash bar. Tickets will be $25 per person. Proceeds will benefit the Animal Rescue League of Southern RI.  Reserve tickets at

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