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Motif Magazine Visits Red Stripe East Greenwich

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We have been simply overwhelmed by the support Red Stripe East Greenwich has received– not only from locals and loyal guests, but also from the news media. Most recently, a writer for Motif magazine, an alternative publication out of Pawtucket, R.I., visited the new location, which resulted in a lovely review.

Click here to read what Kim Kinzie had to say about she and her husband’s dinner at Red Stripe. We’re very pleased to hear that Kim plans on coming back for more.

Red Stripe East Greenwich Reviewed In So RI Magazine

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Red Stripe East Greenwich was recently reviewed by area foodie Stacey Place for So Rhode Island magazine. In her write-up, Ms. Place compliments the brasserie’s cocktails, comfortable atmosphere, vegetarian offerings, and bringing its French-inspired cuisine to East Greenwich, among other things.

Check out the full review here.


Red Stripe East Greenwich Grand Opening

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We were proud to officially announce the grand opening of the new Red Stripe in East Greenwich with a special celebration held on Tuesday, December 2, 2014. Friends, family and guests enjoyed champagne, wine, and hors d’oeuvres in the restaurant’s private function space. Later, they joined owners and staff on the sidewalk in front of 455 Main St. for the traditional ribbon-cutting.

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East Greenwich town officials and Chamber of Commerce members joined Encore Hospitality Group’s Paul Conforti in a champagne toast to Red Stripe East Greenwich.


This spacious, round banquette provides a great view of the holiday decorations and lights sparkling along historic Main Street.


Just as with our sister Red Stripe in Providence, the bar in East Greenwich is a friendly and comfortable place to sit and sip an expertly crafted cocktail or glass of wine, or to enjoy a casual meal.


In addition to hors d’oeuvres, Chef Ryan and the rest of the kitchen staff put out a festive spread of appetizers, inspired by the menu, for guests to sample in the function room.


Red Stripe East Greenwich Open for Business

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As of Wednesday, November 12th, the highly-anticipated Red Stripe East Greenwich storefront is officially open for business.

The new Red Stripe located at  455 Main Street East Greenwich, RI 02818

Red Stripe East Greenwich located at 455 Main Street, East Greenwich, RI 02818

The new Red Stripe adheres to the same schedule as its sister store location in Providence (for the full hours, click here).

Families, friends and loyal customers are invited to come and have a taste of the traditional Red Stripe experience … this time, in its brand-new location.

Its polished bar and marble countertop offers a unique dining experience.

Its polished bar and marble counter top mirror the Providence restaurant.

With a fully-stocked bar, Red Stripe East Greenwich is the perfect spot for after-work happy hour.

With a fully-stocked selection, Red Stripe East Greenwich is the ideal spot for after-work happy hour.

The open dining space provides enough light and room to ensure an exceptional dining experience.

The spacious dining space provides enough light and room to ensure an exceptional dining experience.


The brand-new location overlooks the quaint East Greenwich Main Street.

Come for cocktails, or stay for dinner. Either way, the Red Stripe East Greenwich doors are officially open and we invite you to join the celebration.

For more information, please call our East Greenwich location at (401) 398-2900 or follow us on Facebook.

Red Stripe Photo Featured in “Rhode Island Monthly”

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A photo from Red Stripe’s expansion ceremony was denoted a spot in Rhode Island Monthly’s36 Things that Prove You’re From Rhode Island”, an article that provides a compilation of common Rhode Island attributes and occurrences. The photo, credited to Red Stripe’s Twitter page, featured political notables – including former Providence Mayor Vincent A. “Buddy” Cianci and Cranston Mayor Allan Fung – taking part in the ribbon-cutting to reveal the restaurant’s expansion.

We at Red Stripe agree: It is very Rhode Island to “rub elbows” with local dignitaries at special events