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Anchor Staple & Nail
28 Blanchard Pl, Wakefield, RI 02879

A man in the fastener business his entire life, Anchor Staple and Nail Company owner/operator Leslie Thompson is aMore specialist. After working for a manufacturer for more than a decade, he started Anchor Staple and Nail in January of 1990 in an old High Street mill building before moving to its present location.

Anchor Staple and Nail also has an eBay Store. "If you don't like rust, you love us," Thompson says. The shop sells only high-quality stainless steel fasteners, an important design consideration given the corrosive properties of South Kingstown's salty air. Thompson also offers a friendly reminder: "Despite the regular phone calls asking for them, I do not do manicures." 

Staples
160 Old Tower Hill Rd, Wakefield, RI 02879
Staples is a large office and school supplies retailer that also deals in office furniture, personal computers, laptops,More electronics such as headsets and MP3 players and more. This particular location also houses a full print and copying service center as well as a UPS store. 
A Quick Tire
257 Main St, Wakefield, RI 02879
Always brimming with business, A Quick Tire on Main Street provides basic services and repairs for automobiles. InMore business for more than 50 years, the garage offers tire installation and rotation, oil changes, air filter replacement and more. The knowledgeable staff and quick service has made them a community staple for car needs.
Benny's Inc
688 Kingstown Rd, Wakefield, RI 02879
Benny's of Wakefield has long been a staple of the South County area. The business specializes in tire sales, tireMore mounting and other services such as alignment and battery installation. Aside from tires, Benny's also boasts a sizable supply of tools and hardware, auto supplies, housewares, lawn and garden products, electronics and toys. 
Commons Convenience
49 S County Commons Way, Wakefield, RI 02879
This friendly, family-owned store is uncommonly convenient. Not only does it stock the staples like milk, soda and chipsMore but it also has items that you might need at the last minute like shampoo, deodorant and even oil for your car!
Farmers Auto Fix IT Factory
529 High St, Wakefield, RI 02879
Just around the High Street rotary in Wakefield sits Farmers Auto Fix IT Factory, injecting some local color into theMore landscape. This two-bay garage provides only repairs, but it covers most general automotive repair needs. It has long been a staple of the Wakefield community.
Curtis Corner Baptist Church
591 Curtis Corner Rd, Wakefield, RI 02879

A staple of the South Kingstown community since 1841, the Curtis Corner Baptist Church maintains a devoted fellowshipMore from throughout the town.  

The church has an active digital presence with its web site and maintains an extremely active following in the community with discipleship programs, addiction counseling, youth and adult religious education, weekly ministry opportunities, and a missionary outreach program.

Cardi's Furniture
25 S County Commons Way, Wakefield, RI 02879
The South County Commons location of Cardi's, Rhode Island's home furnishings staple, features a large, spaciousMore showroom. Cardi's offers kitchen and living room sets, bed frames and mattresses, entertainment centers, ottomans and benches, as well as finishing touches for your home. Displays throughout the store give a good feel of what a furniture set may look like in your house, and the friendly staff is more than willing to help you find the most comfortable mattress. 
Southern Rhode Island Newspapers
187 Main St, Wakefield, RI 02879

The Narragansett Times has been the staple publication of Narragansett and South Kingstown for the last 155 years.More Today, the Times falls under the leadership of Southern Rhode Island Newspapers, which also publishes the Chariho Times, the North Kingstown Standard Times, the Coventry Courier, the East Greenwich Pendulum, the Shore Times and the Kent County Daily Times.

The editorial, sales, and sports offices of Southern Rhode Island Newspapers are located in the heart of downtown Wakefield on Main Street.  

Old Mountain Lanes
756 Kingstown Rd, Wakefield, RI 02879
A South County staple since 1960, Old Mountain Lanes continues to provide quality entertainment for all ages. OldMore Mountain Lanes has number of weekly specials, including Cosmis Bowl, Burger Bowl on Sundays and Family Night on Saturdays. The bowling alley has a rich family tradition, as many people who came to Old Mountain as children now frequent the establishment with their own children and grandchildren. 
Galilee Grocery and Deli
2 State St, Narragansett, RI 02882
The Galilee Grocery and Deli store is the only one of its kind in the Pt. Judith area. Located minutes fromMore the Block Island Ferry terminal, folks can come here for a fresh cup of coffee, a delicious deli sandwich or stock up on staples such as canned goods, cereal, milk, bread and nearly anything else you need for your pantry or fridge.
Subway - University of Rhode Island
99 Fortin Rd, Kingston, RI 02881

Students at the University of Rhode Island  would be considerably less happy without this Subway,More conveniently located at 99 Fortin Road in the Kingston Emporium. Not only are its sandwiches a staple for students, but this Subway at the Emporium has been serving the local and campus communities for 28 years.

Subway offers fresh, specialty, made-to-order subs seven days a week.

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Damon's Hardware
422 Main St, Wakefield, RI 02879
In business since 1945 and situated in the buildings that once housed historic Wakefield's banks, Damon's Hardware is aMore South Kingstown staple. Consequently, it is no wonder why you might get caught up in conversation during your visit to this down-home hardware store. Offering everything from your average nuts and bolts, to screen repair, gardening supplies, and even floor coverings, Damon's Hardware has a staff that is quite well-prepared to provide help and advice for any project. The store has been a family-run business since its inception, so customers also enjoy the added benefit of solid referrals. "We have an entire book of contractors and professionals we like to recommend," says co-owner Antonia Chappell. 
Phil's Restaurant
909 Boston Neck Rd, Narragansett, RI 02882

This restaurant is one of the most popular breakfast spots in all of Narragansett. Located in the Cumberland Farm'sMore Plaza on Boston Neck Road, you can start your day off bright and early with one of Phil's delicious breakfasts like sunnyside eggs and homefries or golden crisp, sweet french toast. 

Piping hot coffee is also a staple at Phil's. For lunch, you can enjoy a delicious deli sandwich or burger or just indulge in more breakfast, because it's served all day at Phil's.

Phil's is quite popular on the weekends, so get there bright and early!

George's of Galilee Waterfront Seafood Restaurant
250 Sand Hill Cove Rd, Narragansett, RI 02882

George's of Galilee is a summertime staple for Rhode Islanders and tourists alike. It has been in the Durfee familyMore since 1948, when Norman and Edna Durfee purchased George's Lunch and served breakfast and lunch to a clientele of locals and fishermen. Over time, the Durfee family has grown it into the well-known Rhode Island establishment it is today.

George's aims to create a family-friendly atmosphere for its customers and offers them a variety of options, from a take-out window to dining al fresco, from casual upstairs dining to a more formal dining area downstairs. Although perhaps best known for its clam cakes and chowder, George's has a full menu that includes seafood and pasta dishes, burgers, sandwiches and even sushi.

George's closes for about a month at the beginning of each year, but has fun events and live music just about every weekend its open.