Guy Fieri's Spots In Rhode Island
Providence, RI
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Louis Family Restaurant
Get ready to go onboard at the Louis Family Restaurant with the BBQ chicken ravioli that Guy says has "16 tickets to Flavortown" - it's made from scratch with 16 ingredients. You'll get big portions of really delicious food, from the meatloaf dinner or lasagna to the grilled pumpkin muffins.
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Narragansett, RI
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Crazy Burger Cafe & Juice Bar
When Guy visited Crazy Burger Cafe & Juice Bar, he marveled at the menu featuring more than 30 burgers, including the roasted tempeh Poco Loco Vegan Burger or the Mahi Mahi Taco Burger. But Guy couldn't resist the Whassupy Burger made with melted Brie cheese and a sesame-fennel-wasabi spice mix.
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Tiverton, RI
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Evelyn's Drive-In
At Evelyn's Drive In, you'll find great local favorites and scenic views of Nanaquaket Pond. The eatery is famous for fried clams and the traditional Rhode Island Clam Chowder that adds cream at the end. Guy couldn't believe the Lobster Chow Mein and joked, "As wrong as it is, it's right."
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Cranston, RI
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Edgewood Cafe
At this dive, Chef John Walsh is serving up classic comfort food with a gourmet twist. The littlenecks over pasta and served with toaster points was Guy’s favorite. Loyal customers order the fish and chips and garlic fries and a mud pie for dessert.
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Narragansett, RI
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Aunt Carrie's
After a day out on the beach, stop in at this third-generation family-owned diner for some fresh seafood classics. Guy loved the clam cakes, which he said were "simply done and done to perfection." For dessert Guy recommends the homemade strawberry shortcake. Locals like the fresh steamers.
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Middletown, RI
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Anthony's Seafood
Whether you're a wholesale buyer, home chef or restaurant-goer, look no further than this market and restaurant where the seafood is always fresh. Guy loved the kick from the chourico and the "big clam flavor" he got from the stuffed quahogs. If you want something unique, try the Kung Pao calamari.
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East Providence, RI
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Italian Corner
Everything at this authentic Italian deli is from Italy including the recipes, the pasta machines and even the chef. The brasato sandwich special on a fresh-baked roll had Guy's mouth watering. If you come on the weekend for dinner, Guy suggests ordering the homemade tortellini bolognese with ragu.
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Providence, RI
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Angelo's Civita Farnese
This restaurant opened in 1924 and almost a century later they pump out the same delicious food. The braciola captured Guy's heart with its tender deep flavored pork on a bed of fresh pasta. Still hungry? Try the meatballs and fries smothered in marinara sauce.
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