Food & Drink in Warwick

Bring Your Own Improv for 2, 4, or 10 at the Warwick Museum of Art, Fridays Through December 12, 2014 (Up to 59% Off)

Bring Your Own Improv

Warwick Museum of Art

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Family-friendly show brings audience volunteers onstage to improvise alongside regular cast

$14 $7

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$15 for $30 Worth of Japanese Food and Drinks at Yokohama Japanese Steakhouse

Yokohama Japanese Steakhouse

Warwick

Hibachi chefs dazzle crowds with their knife and spatula tricks at a Japanese eatery with an indoor pond

$30 $15

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Irish Pub Food at County Cork Irish Pub (Up to 48% Off). Two Options Available.

County Cork Irish Pub

Warwick

Classic Irish and American pub eats fill tables in WiFi-enabled dining room and on outdoor patio

$20 $11

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Pub Food at Grid Iron Ale House & Grille (55% Off). Two Options Available.

Grid Iron Ale House & Grille

Warwick

Diners feast on classic pub food and enjoy a vast drink menu, including 30-plus craft beers on tap, a dozen wines, and many other libations

$30 $14

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Brunch Entrees with Giant Mimosas or Bloody Marys for Two or Four at Doherty’s Ale House (Up to 53% Off)

Doherty's Ale House

Warwick

Monstrous 32-ounce mimosas or bloody marys precede brunch entrees including french toast stuffed with berries and cornbread topped with eggs

$47.98 $24

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One or Two Carry-Out Large Specialty Pizzas with Up to Five Toppings at Papa John's Pizza (Up to 56% Off)

Papa Johns Pizza

Multiple Locations

Customize large pizzas with up to five toppings for carry-out service

$24.94 $11

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In 2011, CBS's the Early Show lauded Iggy's Doughboys and Chowder House for having the best clam chowder in America. Perhaps that?s because each batch is made with clam juice instead of water, with clams added at the very end to ensure tenderness. Or maybe it?s because owner David Gravino whips up the Manhattan-style red chowder using his mother's special recipe. Whatever the cause, the effect is a zesty stew flecked with celery, pepper, garlic, dill, and basil that people have been happy to stand in line for.

Recently celebrating their 25th anniversary, Iggy's, which has also been graced with a recent visit from Nick Jonas and Miss Universe 2012, also dishes out clam cakes, stuffed quahogs, and landlubbing entrees such as burgers and BLTs in a dining room overlooking Narragansett Bay. Housemade root beer and raspberry-lime sodas complement each meal, alongside doughboys?pastries topped with ice cream, cool whip, and powdered sugar. In addition to the main location, there?s a seasonal outpost in Narragansett proper that stays open from March until Columbus Day, the holiday which celebrates Christopher Columbus's discovery of a new world inhabited solely by fish.

889 Oakland Beach Ave
Warwick,
RI
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Included in Rhode Island Monthly's Best of Rhode Island, The Pizza Gourmet accommodates customers with a choice of custom pizzas cooked in-house or raw pies that customers can take home. All pizzas start out as a plate of fresh garlic, olive oil, parmesan, asiago, and italian parsley, but customers can personalize their pies with a multitude of crust, sauce, cheese, and topping options. Although the eatery specializes in pizza, noncircular appetites can be slaked with menu items such as sun-dried tomato pesto penne, italian grinders, and sodas.

The chefs also take their culinary creations out into the world via four theme catering menus, outfitting tailgate parties, corporate breakfasts, and cocktail parties with equal enthusiasm. Food-eaters can customize their catering orders according to dietary needs, as well, including vegan and gluten-free catering options. Inside the restaurant, an exposed-brick accent wall is painted fire-truck red to match the dining room's vivid crimson accents. The walls are covered in a rainbow of handwritten menu options, with entrees, appetizers, salads, and desserts all vying for perfect penmanship awards.

333 Strawberry Field Rd
Warwick,
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

The dough wizards at Papa John's hand toss circular masterpieces with original and thin crusts made from high-protein flour to support warm bouquets of toppings. Hand-cut produce crowns all of Papa John's pizzas, mingling with the sun-soaked sweetness of sauce made from fresh, California-grown tomatoes. By adhering to its brand promise of "better ingredients, better pizza," Papa John's grew from a back-tavern pizzeria into more than 3,500 restaurants within three decades' time, or the amount of time it takes to grow a single pizzeria from a small seed.

1160 Post Rd
Warwick,
RI
US

Ozzi Buger is RI first "Build Your Own Burger". It is the 1950's fast food of our error. With the simple check what you want menu, it is very easy to create endless creations of tasty burgers. We only use fresh Herford beef cooked to your liking. Top it off with our hand cut sweet fry's and Ozzi's pink sauce.

1795 Post Rd
Warwick,
RI
US

Sam’s has served up iconic Rhode Island hot wieners for more than 40 years in a low-key Yankees-themed space. The classic diner menu centers on its sausage-y specialties, made "all the way" with meat sauce, mustard, and raw onions ($1.76), and toted out in gravity-defying style stacked up servers' arms. Guests can also opt for a double cheeseburger ($4.99) or pastrami grinder ($5.49), as well as round out meals with small sides of homemade onion rings ($4.49) or curly fries ($4.49). Set sail for a full Ocean State–style dinner atop one of Sam’s retro bar stools, reeling in plates of fish 'n' chips ($8.95) or fried clams ($8.95), or take eats to go. Stepping into Sam’s transports diners back in time to an era when eateries could feed a family for $10 and brontosaurs roamed the land, pilfering lettuce leaves from diners' sandwiches.

Sandy Ln.
Warwick,
RI
US