Discover Beautiful Rhode Island: Culinary Knowledge

Discover Beautiful Rhode Island: Culinary Knowledge
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visitors have been flocking to Rhode Island for its scenic beauty rich history and breathtaking beaches for more than a century but lately there's been a new type of visitor one who is hungry to sample the state's red-hot culinary scene our culinary culture is drawing attention from national publications and organizations Travel and Leisure readers voted Providence the number one food city in DNA the states in there America's favorite cities poll for those who like to burn some of those calories culinary walking tours are growing in popularity tours are available in some of Rhode Island's tastiest neighborhoods including federal hill and downtown Providence and Newport the art of creating wine and spirits also drives here Rhode Island boasts six wineries two distilleries and two micro brews why is Rhode Island a culinary capital maybe it's because we are the birthplace of the diner in 1872 maybe it's because we are home to one of the country's best culinary schools or maybe it's the waves of immigrants that have lent their recipes and traditions to our culture one thing is for sure our flavorful story would not be told without the passion and dedication of the many people who comprise Rhode Island hospitality and tourism industry you



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Visitors have been flocking to Rhode Island for its scenic beauty, rich history, and breathtaking beaches for more than a century. But lately there’s been a new type of visitor — one who is hungry to sample the state’s red hot culinary scene.

Our culinary culture is drawing attention from national publications and organizations. Travel and Leisure readers voted Providence the number one food city in the United States in their “America’s Favorite Cities” poll. And many Rhode Island chefs have been invited to prepare dinner at the legendary James Beard House.

For those who like to burn some of those calories, culinary walking tours are growing in popularity. Tours are available in some of Rhode Island’s tastiest neighborhoods, including Federal Hill and downtown Providence and Newport.

The art of creating wine and spirits also thrives here. Rhode Island boasts six wineries, two distilleries and two microbrews.

Why is Rhode Island a culinary capital? Maybe it’s because we are the birthplace of the diner in 1872. Maybe it’s because we are home to one of the country’s best culinary schools. Or maybe it’s the waves of immigrants that have lent their recipes and traditions to our culture.

One thing is for sure. Our flavorful story would not be told without the passion and dedication of the many people who comprise Rhode Island’s hospitality and tourism industry.

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