Brunetti Realty Co. 153 Cedar Island Rd, Narragansett, RI02882 Brunetti Realty Co. is a full-service, family-owned and -run real estate company that specializes in residential sales,…More property management, construction and rentals. Founded in 1984 by Anthony "Tony" Brunetti, Brunetti Realty is passionate about South County and can assist you with any of your real estate or rental needs. The business prides itself on customer service.
"Great food and great company have been long-standing traditions in the Greek lifestyle," says owner and manager…More Tina Fotopoulos, who runs Estia restaurant with her mother Afrodite and two sisters Nickie and Eleni. Afrodite hails from Kalamata, and brings her rich culinary tradition to this family-run restaurant in the heart of Dale Carlia Wakefield. "The name Estia defines the place where these traditions can be shared. We would like you to carry on these same traditions with you as you enjoy the flavors of our culture here at Estia."
Estia serves Greek food, including stuffed grape leaves, souvlaki, moussaka, pizza and kabobs, as well as specialty pizzas and pasta and typical American-style burgers and sandwiches. The restaurant has a full bar, replete with Greek wines and aperitifs. It caters special events and hosts private parties.
South County Fence Company 50 Lambert St, Narragansett, RI02882 South County Fence Company offers custom fencing for residential and commercial properties as well as a full line of…More stock fencing including vinyl, chain-link, aluminium, cedar wood and additional materials. Arbors and gates are also available. Brian McNeiece has been running this company for more than a decade and brings 20-plus years of fence installation experience to the job. A representative from South County Fence Company meets with customers to discuss options, take full measurements and provide free quotes.
This family run business provides quality window treatments and installs all types of window fashions including…More cellular shades, verticals, shutters, bass wood blinds, roman shades, roller shades and others. Major brands including Hunter Douglas, Kathy Ireland Home by Alta, Graber and the shop's own private collection are featured here.
Free consultations are offered in the privacy of your own home. Products are professionally installed free of charge.
The Narragansett Little League Association is open to boys and girls ages 5 - 13 (as of April 31, 2010). The season…More runs from the beginning of April to the end of June. A summer friendship league is available to all players during the off summer months and a fall ball league is available September - October. Divisions include Tee Ball, boys and girls instructional baseball and minor and major leagues in baseball and softball.
The league has a 15-member board who oversee the season including the popular concession stand.
The Farmer's Daughter 716 Mooresfield Rd, Wakefield, RI02879 "Inspiration and imagination await you," says general manager/creative director Sue Champagne. Take a stroll around the…More expansive and brilliantly colorful grounds at The Farmer's Daughter and you'll soon understand why. One gets the impression the entire color spectrum is represented in its rather impressive collection of flora, the vast majority of which are propagated in-house. The Farmer's Daughter also provides referrals to a landscape architect, although you may likely find one on staff when you arrive. A new space for private events and weddings is scheduled to open in summer, 2011. In accordance with its name and family-run nature, you'll probably see the farmer's daughter, Sarah, tending her crops.
Kenyon's Grist Mill is the historic home of the Rhode Island Johnny Cake, and its slabs of Westerly granite have been…More grinding corn and other meal since at least 1696. The Kenyon Grist Mill offers tours, hosts private events, and holds regular weekend events and festivals. It even stone grinds rye for the Rhode Island Rye project, a movement to make a rye bread grown, processed, and produced entirely with products and labor of Rhode Island origin.
Owner and caretaker Paul Drumm III inherited the mill from his father, and learned his trade growing up. "My father bought the mill when I was 10," he said. "There was this Native American gentleman, Charley Walmsley, who had worked and lived here from when he was twelve years old until the day he died, in his eighties. I can remember him taking me fishing when I was real young, and my father and he would teach me how to run the mill. To this day, we've kept a sign with his name on his house. He is sorely missed."
The original Cheeky Monkey Cafe was located in Newport, Rhode Island and founded in 1996 by Henry Kates. The fun…More behind the restaurant's whimsical name is credited to a British pastry chef, Lulu, who worked for Kates and loved to refer to his co-workers as cheeky monkeys.
Ten years later, when Kates ended his run as the owner and the Executive Chef, Jeff Cruff and his wife, Stephanie, decided to reopen the Cheeky Monkey in beautiful Narragansett.
The elegant black and white decor will leave you smiling as you enjoy an intimate dining experience, perhaps being lucky enough to sit in a table near the portrait of the Cheeky Monkey herself!
Best known for their tastings, this restaurant also offers a family style dinner where the food is placed in the center of the table and everyone helps themselves. The menu for a tasting is selected in advance and Chef Cruff will accommodate any special requests.
Cumberland Farms is part of a local chain that began in Cumberland, Rhode Island, in 1939 as two brothers, Vasilios…More and Aphrodite Haseotos, with a single cow and a desire to create their own dairy farm. Five years later, their dream became a reality and their family dairy was up and running.
Fast-forward 70 years, and Cumberland Farms has almost 600 stores in more than 11 states—two of which are in Narragansett, Rhode Island. The Point Judith Cumberland Farms is located on Point Judith Road, minutes from the Port of Galilee. (The other is located on Boston Neck Road on the north end of town).
This large convenience store offers much more than simply bread and milk. Items such as canned goods, dry goods, paper goods, greeting cards, household necessities including batteries, small electrical items, snacks and many beverages including the store's well-known "Chill Zone" beverage bar, prepared sandwiches, cigarettes, lottery tickets and many other convenience-store products.
The Point Judith Cumberland Farms also features self-service gas pumps and an air pump.