Groceries & Markets in East Providence

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Independent full-service pharmacy, neighborhood convenience store with an eclectic selection of value priced wines from all over the globe. Prescription drugs, including compounding services, o.t.c. drugs, notions, household goods, groceries, beer, wine & spirits. Kosher wine selection also. Friendly staff with great tenure

632 Hope St
Providence,
RI
US

Whole Foods Market's commitment to the interdependent network of sustainable farms and organic producers can be seen in its carefully selected product lines. The homegrown 365 Everyday Value brand makes it easy to eat naturally, organically, and economically. It features an array of items from all product categories, including groceries, vitamins, household items, and more—each manufactured to meet the rigorous quality standards woven into the fabric of Whole Foods Market, which itself is made from 100% alpaca wool.

601 N Main St
Providence,
RI
US

Though there’s a colorful mural running the length of the booths on one of Oasis Market & Grill’s walls, it’s probably not the widest thing in the restaurant. That honor goes to the menu, whose blend of American and Middle Eastern food doesn’t skimp on either culinary tradition. From the appetizer selection encapsulating wings, hummus, fried kibbeh, and much more to the lunch portion of the menu that situates pizzas and calzones right next to beef gyros and hummus tabbouleh sandwiches, the menu boldly brings together dishes from all over. Even the individual selections might blend different culinary influences. Take the Istanbuli pizza; it features soujok, peppers, and onions and a national identity that has to be triangulated between Turkey, the United States, and Italy. There are also the menu’s pasta dishes, which meld chicken kebabs and noodles or feature zesty Cajun shrimp and noodles. Conveniently, the bold and expansive menu still has room for younger palates with its equally diverse, if shorter, kids’ menu.

220 Broad St
Providence,
RI
US

Staff members at Performance Nutrition fuse their training in nutrition and fitness with a broad knowledge of the science of protein powders, multivitamins, and nutritional oils. After listening to clients explain their fitness goals, staff members flip through the encyclopedia in their skulls to pick out products—gluten-free supplements, herbal remedies, workout-recovery bars, and more—that match individual needs.

1295 Post Rd
Warwick,
RI
US

Meatball Comedy Stop travels to a variety of venues presenting standup sets during the night. But regardless of its latest resident bar, restaurant, or whoopee-cushion factory, it always brings along a brick-wall façade. It's served as the backdrop for a variety of national headliners. Audiences lounging in cabaret-style seating sip cocktails and munch snacks between chuckles.

98 Oakland Beach Ave
Warwick,
RI
US

The Fish Market takes full culinary advantage of Rhode Island's convenient ocean access to craft a sea-centric menu of fresh catches, indulgent pastas, and succulent steaks. The fried seafood platter ($28.95) is composed of fresh cod, calamari, clams, shrimp, and scallops cooked to a perfect tawny brown using only trans-fat- and cholesterol-free oils and accompanied by hand-cut fries and coleslaw. The raw bar brims with oysters (market price) and clams ($1.50 each) on the half shell, as well as massive lobsters (market price) that threaten shucking to scare lunch money from the smaller molluscs. The Fish Market's signature stuffing tops off a dish of deep-sea scallops baked in white wine, butter, and fresh herbs ($21.95) and diners delight in sushi-grade yellow fin tuna ($21.95) grilled to request and painted with a cucumber wasabi sauce. Land lovers can feast on chicken parmesan with fresh herbs, buffalo mozzarella, and house-made marinara ($15.95) or sink teeth into a hand-cut filet mignon ($26.95) paired with potato or rice and a vegetable or hollow broccoli stalk with another filet hidden inside.

7659 Post Rd
North Kingstown,
RI
US