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Warwick (Rhode Island)

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Warwick[10] is a city in Rhode Island just south of Providence.


It is the second largest city in the state, with 85,808 people. Warwick is home to Rhode Island's main airport, T. F. Green Airport, which serves the Providence and Boston areas. It was founded in 1642 by Samuel Gorton, and played an important role in the Revolutionary War. It is popular among tourists for its colonial history and its location near beaches and saltwater bays.

Get in[edit]

By air[edit]

  • T.F. Green Airport (IATA: PVD) (ICAO: KPVD), Exit 13 off Interstate 95, Phone: +1 401-737-4000, ext 283, [11].

By car[edit]

Interstate 95 passes through Warwick. Interstate 295 also passes through Warwick, with exits at convenient locations for getting to the malls and other popular centers. If looking for a more scenic view of the area, US Routes 1 and 2 follow the length of the coast. Routes 113 and 117 also pass through Warwick and are fairly heavily-traveled. Route 2 passes through Warwick and is known for its extensive retail shopping locations.

By train[edit]

With the construction of the Warwick Intermodal Facility in December 2010, the commuter rail service at T.F. Green Airport gained access to the MBTA[12], which provides a one-stop ride to downtown Providence and Boston.

Get around[edit]

  • R.I.P.T.A. (The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority), Phone: +1 401-781-9400, [4]. Services across all of Rhode Island. The Main RIPTA bus station is located at Kennedy Plaza in Providence, RI. The bus travels through Warwick and the rest of Rhode Island. Bus stops are placed accordingly throughout the city.
  • Rent a car. "Budget Rental Cars" ( 2000 Post Road #27, “Enterprise” ( 1101 Post Road Warwick, RI 02888, “Priceline” ( 1074 Post Road Warwick, RI 02888, “Dollar Rent A Car” ( 700 Jefferson Boulevard Warwick, RI, “National Car Rental” ( 2053 Post Road, Warwick
  • Taxi Cab. "Apponaug Cab Inc."(401) 737 6400, “Airport Taxi” (401) 737-2868, “Bay Taxi” (401) 461-0780, “Best Taxi” (401) 781-0706, “Dave’s Taxi” (401) 965-0070, “Friendly Cab” (401)821-2500, “A-1 Local Cab Company” (401) 821-3338

See[edit][add listing]

Warwick is a seasonal location. A good portion of its outdoor locations appear along the Narragansett Bay. For this reason, finding things to do can sometimes be difficult, particularly during the winter. Still, Warwick is one of the state’s biggest cities and there is plenty to discover. From galleries, to villages to colonial monuments, Warwick provides a myriad of exciting places. There are many historical landmarks within Warwick because of its colonial history. Warwick is also home to some great bakeries.

Museums and Galleries[edit]

The museums and galleries of Warwick provide a balanced presentation of modern and historical subject matter.

  • Complements Art Gallery, 50 Lambert Lind Hwy, +1 401-739-9300. [13]. Complements Art Gallery is one of the largest art galleries in New England. The gallery features artists from all over the world in all types of media and styles. The styles range from old world traditional to contemporary. It also offers professional art consultation and framing services, and will present the art in your home.
  • Historical Warwick Museum of Art, 3259 Post Rd, +1 401-737-0010,[14]. Tu-Sa 12:00pm-4:00pm. Free. As Warwick's largest non-profit arts organization and the area's cultural center since 1976, the Warwick Museum of Art provides a performance and exhibition space for the most talented artists, writers and performers in Rhode Island. It hosts a wide array of cultural and artistic activities including comedy, theater, music, poetry and literature as well as monthly visual arts exhibitions. The Warwick Museum of Art was named "Most Underappreciated Museum in Rhode Island" and "Best Place to Hear a Reading" by the 2004 Providence Phoenix Reader's Poll. The museum is the home of Bring Your Own Improv, an interactive family friendly improv group. They perform every Friday evening at 7:00pm In addition, the museum offers art classes to all skill levels and ages.
  • Warwick Historical Society, 25 Roger Williams Ave, +1 401-467-7647. [15]. The Warwick Historical Society is a museum inside of an old house. The house was built in 1786 and still has all of it’s original detail. The House has been restored, but the original structure is still in tact. It is a nice place to be if you want to take a journey back in time and learn some of Warwick great history.
  • Clouds Hill Victorian House Museum, 4157 Post Rd, +1 401-884-9490,[16]. Clouds Hill has been referred to as one of Rhode Island's "hidden treasures." It is available for tours seven days a week, day or evening, but requires prior notice. It is a private home that has been kept in the family for generations, and is now a museum and open to the public. It is a great place to visit for a look into the history of Warwick. Clouds Hill is dedicated to educating Rhode Islanders while providing them with an enjoyable experience.


There are many interesting colonial villages located throughout the city of Warwick.

  • Apponaug Village Located off Route 1. Apponaug Village is a historic center settled in 1696. It was the center of trade and politics after the Revolutionary War, and was an important shipping port to Rhode Island. Today it is commonly referred to Warwick’s downtown area. Included in the village are Warwick City Hall, multiple churches, and the Warwick museum.
  • Conimicut Village West Shore Road. Conimicut Village’s history can be traced back to the founding of Warwick in1643. It was once a fishing village, but today features Conimicut Point Park and Conimicut lighthouse. While the lighthouse is not open to the public, it is still in use and is a historical structure. Conimincut Point Park is open to the public and is a great place to visit or take a drive through on a nice summer day.
  • Pawtuxet Village Located off Broad Street.[8] Pawtuxet Village is the oldest village in New England, and one of the first constructed in Warwick. It is where rabble-rousers once burned the British ship, The Gaspee, at the beginning of the American Revolutionary War. It was also one of the stops on the Underground Railroad for runaway slaves before and during the Civil War. Walking tours of the village are available to the public. The village is also home to many small shops and restaurants. Many people visit this village during the summer when they are able to take in all that the village has to offer.


  • Aldrich Mansion, 836 Warwick Neck Avenue, +1 401-739-6850. [17]. The Aldrich mansion was originally built in 1896 for Senator Nelson W. Aldrich. It spreads over 75 acres and overlooks Narragansett Bay. The French chateau has 70 rooms and features a long marble staircase, antique furniture, elaborate paintings and wood carvings. It includes a Carriage House, Caretaker’s Cottage and Boathouse.
  • Warwick City Hall, 3275 Post Road, +1 401-738-2000. The City Hall building was built in the late 19th century and features a six-story clock tower which can be seen from miles away. Tours of the building are available. Council meetings are held at this building and open to the public.
  • John Waterman Arnold House, 25 Roger William Circle, +1 401-467-7647. W 9AM-9PM. Home of the Warwick Historical Society, the 1786 John Waterman Arnold house is a classic clapboard structure. With many features of late 1700s architecture including a beehive oven. The house is open to the public. It is used as an educational tool for Rhode Islanders.
  • Warwick Neck Lighthouse. Built in 1827, the Warwick Neck Lighthouse is last the traditional lighthouse built in Rhode Island. The lighthouse is located along the Narragansett Bay. Though not open to the public, the lighthouse is still in use today and is an impressive sight to see.
  • Salter Grove Memorial Park, Off of Narragansett Parkway, Warwick, RI 02888. Salter Grove is both a park and a place to sit by the sea. A lot of people come to fish by the breakwater rocks, watch boats out on the Narragansett Bay, launch their kayak, or to watch the swans and ducklings. Please be aware of the rising of the water when on the breakwater rocks because the water rises high enough to block the path back sometimes.
  • Conimicut Point Park, Conimicut Point Park, Warwick,+1 401-738-2000.‎ This is a quiet little park by the beachside. It's nearby the Conimicut Lighthouse, and offers a beautiful shoreline that overlooks the Narragansett Bay. During low tide a sandbar connects the park to the lighthouse so you can actually walk to it. It is a great place for a picnic, or to watch the water and just relax. A play ground is located inside the park, therefore, it is a great place for families to visit. Swimming in the water is not recommended due to heavy traffic of boats. At night you can see the Providence city lights, and the Mt. Hope bridge off in the distance.
  • Pawtuxet Memorial Park, Off of North Country Club Dr., +1 401-781-4600. A small park that is kid and sport friendly. The park has a baseball and a soccer field for neighborhood competitions that are usually held on weekend evenings. There are also swings and a slide, along with several benches to sit down on. The park is a nice area surrounded by mostly woods with an open sky perfect for cloud watching or relaxing.
  • Passeonkquiss Coveland, off of General Hawkins St. on Narragansett Parkway, Warwick, RI 02888. Offers an open area usually for fishing and boat launching into the Bay. Marine life and vegetation along with geese and ducks can be observed here as well.
  • Posneganset Pond, off of Warwick Ave. A large pond open for fishing or swimming. It is a great place to go when the weather is nice. Be careful during the winter as this pond freezes over and can be considered dangerous.
  • Pawtuxet Cove, off of Narragansett Parkway. Located adjacent to Pawtuxet Village. A hot spot for fishing and boat launching, as well as some occasional Cove is about a mile northward of Gaspee Point through a channel.
  • Rocky Point Amusement Park Located in the heart of Warwick Neck, This amusement park was originally opened in 1847 by Captain William Winslow. It quickly became a hot attraction for people all around the state. The park was in its prime in the mid 1900's with such rides as a Log Flume, "Free Fall" , and a loop roller-coaster named "Corkscrew". However, in the 1990's, due to some poor business decisions, the company went bankrupt. Finally in 1995 the park closed, but had a "farewell" opening a year later in '96. Rides were auctioned off and some are still in use in other amusement parks. Recently, in 2011 the park has re-opened. However there are no rides, no cotton candy stands; it's simply a mile long asphalt walk-through of a piece of Rhode Island history that overlooks Narragansett Bay. Since its closing, there have been multiple fires and vandalism attempts. Because of this, much of the park is fenced off from the public.

Do[edit][add listing]

Warwick provides a number of fun activities for both residents and visitors to participate in throughout the year.

  • Apponaug Harbor Marina, 17 Arnolds Neck Dr, 1 401 739-5005. If you are someone who loves the water and owns a boat, this is the marina for you. It's right in the heart of apponaug, Warwick's most commonly known villiage, and has a beautiful view of the bay. It is surrounded by a few restaurants and is equipped with 204 slips and 30 moorings for easy come and go access.  edit
  • Kent County YMCA, 900 Centerville Rd, 1 401 828-0130, [1]. 5:00pm-10:00pm. Offers family swim and gym hours daily in addition to free childcare in the newly renovated Kids Gym. Workout, swims, air bounce, board games, blocks, video games, books and hundreds of new toys available. Those interested in the wide array of classes at the YMCA (from water exercise to pilates) should consider a family membership. $5.  edit
  • Launch Indoor Trampoline Park. 150 Pace Blvd, "+1" 401 828 5867. Located on Route 2. An indoor trampoline “room” for kids and adults alike. Features a dodge ball zone, bouncy room, and foam pit. Referees present and areas for parental supervision closeby. Expect loud music, chaos, and fun. Hourly rates, shoes included in price.
  • Love Nails & Spa, 1160 Post Rd, ☎ +1 401 553-9992, M-F 9:30am-7:00pm, Sa-Su 9:30am-6:00pm, [18]. A full-service nail saloon that also offers facials. No appointments necessary. LN&S's staff is friendly and facility is clean. Nail services come with a five-minute back massage.
  • McDermott Aquatic Center. 975 Sandy Ln The pool is open from 5:30am-9:00pm. Public Swim times vary, however, there are many times during the day that the public is welcome to swim. It is a great place to come and relax while taking a swim, or enjoying family time with your kids. All sessions are $5 adults, $3 for children 5-17, and free for children under 5 years old.
  • Tennis Rhode Island. 636 Centerville Rd. Offers 6 indoor tennis courts. They are available from $18-$25 an hour. Equipment rentals, locker rooms, and showers are also provided.
  • Rocky Point Blueberry Farm. 130 Rocky Point Ave, "+1" 401 732 6206. Located in the heart of Warwick Neck. A quaint, family owned blueberry farm where you can either pick your own, fresh blueberries or buy them pre-picked. Pay by the pound. Tasting while picking is encouraged. Open seasonally (summer only).
  • Showcase Cinemas. Hours Vary. Two locations: Showcase Cinema Warwick (1200 Quaker Ln, near Division St) or Showcase Cinema Warwick Mall (400 Bald Hill Rd). Both theaters have several screens showing the most up-to-date movies, plus DLP and Dolby Digital technology, 3D movie capabilities, stadium seating, game room, free parking, and food courts. Both theaters are in walking distance of popular restaurants and shopping locations. Prices: Children/senior - $7.75. Adult - $10.50. Adult matinee - $8  edit
  • Teamworks Warwick. 170 Jefferson Blvd. Provides Rhode Island Families with sports and recreation programs. The facility is 80,000 square feet that offers a wide range of activities for the whole family. There are youth sports leagues, camps, adult sports leagues, special events.
  • Thayer Arena, 975 Sandy Ln, 1 401 738-2000 x6811. Ice skating facility that offers lessons and public skating. They offer public skating, private group rentals, school day rentals, league and associate rentals, introduction to skating program, and off season rentals to different programs such as dog shows and skating competitions. This is also where local high schools hold their games and practices.  edit
  • Ocean State Theatre Company.1245 Jefferson Blvd. Here you can see a show, they put on musicals like Around the World in 80 Days, The Addams Family, and It’s a Wonderful LIfe, to name a few. They also offer camps for kids.

Events and Places[edit]

  • Morris Farm and Greenhouses, 2779 Warwick Avenue ("Take). Spring - Sun-Wed 9am-5pm / Thurs-Sat 9am-6pm. Founded in 1915,this 43 acre farm is an oasis in bustling suburbia. Morris Farm offers seasonal activities ranging from holiday decoration making in December to hayrides and a corn maze in October and also hosts school tours, birthday parties. Lines form at the farm stand which sells fresh, local produce. Locals often leave it up to Mrs. Morris to make their holiday pies and side dishes. (,-71.3901}}) edit
  • Gaspee Days Festival The Gaspee Days Festival is generally held the second weekend in June annually. It celebrates the history of Warwick’s colonial villages and features an arts and crafts fair, costume contests, a golf scramble, fireworks, and a reenactment of the burning of The Gaspee. There is also an essay contest, proclamation ceremony, colonial encampment, road race, parade and raffle.
  • Kayak Regatta The kayak regatta is held in Pawtuxet usually in Mid-June at the Aspray Boat House. It is meant to commemorate the colonial longboats rowing down the river to attack The Gaspee. Prizes are awarded in many categories.
  • Summer Concert Series, +1 401-738-2000 x6504. The summer concert series features a variety of artists. The events are held at various parks in Warwick on Wednesday nights from Mid-June to Mid-August.
  • Annual Indoor Powwow The Warwick Annual Indoor Powwow showcases traditional costumes, dances and foods of the native people who first populated the region.
  • Warwick Heritage Trail The Warwick Heritage Trail provides numerous routes for sightseers to follow throughout the state. The trail runs from upper Narragansett Bay to the western hills of Rhode Island, and includes numerous historical sites along the way.
  • Conimicut Beach, Off of West Shore Rd., Conimicut Beach offers a relaxing view and small park. In the summer a lemonade truck is a constant sight, and so are families flying kites, children in the playground and couples watching the sunset from one of the many benches overlooking the ocean.
  • Oakland Beach This location offers a sea wall and extensive free beach access. There are festivals and carnivals that take place throughout the summer and visitors can take part in casual and fine dining right on the boardwalk. The park is great for children to play on. Surrounding the beach there are many restaurants so you wont go hungry. A Baseball field and Basketball Court is located on the way out of the beach.
  • Warwick Cove, Wharf Road. Boating is one of the most popular activities in the summer in Warwick, since the city is set along 39 miles of coast. In Warwick Cove, sailors can pilot their own crafts, rent one, or take instructions. Fishing for both marine and freshwater fish is also very popular here.
  • Buckeye Brook Marsh and Pine Tree Preserve, Draper Avenue. The Buckeye Brook empties freshwater into the southwestern end of Mill Cove, creating a large salt marsh. The brook houses herring, mute swans and herons. The pine tree preserve borders the salt march.
  • Warwick City Park/Buttonwoods Beach, Asylum Rd., +1 401-738-2000 x6404. The 126-acre beaches of Buttonwoods once hosted parties in the 1800s that popularized New England clambakes. Today the park features bike paths, nature trails, open fields, and sandy beaches. In addition, there is a dog park with separate sections for large and small dogs. The scenery is beautiful and often overlooked. City Park offers lush wooded paths, that are teeming with life. Usually this means chipmunks and squirrels, but sometimes you'll see deer. The bike path cuts through most of the park and will lead you through the woods, around the sports fields or you can even hop off and make your way to the beach. The beach here is small, and not the best for swimming, but it does make for a nice walk along the shore, or even watching sunsets. The atmosphere is calm and tranquil. This is a nice place to escape for a relaxing picnic, on the fields or the beach. The bike path offers a nice place to run, walk or bike, that takes you close to nature.
  • Goddard Memorial State Park Beach, 1095 Ives Road, +1 401-884-2010. [19]. In addition to sun bathing, the Goddard Memorial State Park beach also features swimming, surfing, boogie boarding and other water sports. The golf course features a nine-hole course which is open to the public. The park also provides hiking trails, an equestrian show area, bird watching activities and a performing arts center.
  • Mickey Stevens Sports Complex, 975 Sandy Lane, +1 738-2000-0173. The Mickey Stevens Sports Complex features two bocce courts, two basketball courts, six tennis courts, a baseball field, an indoor pool, and a jogging track. Two indoor ice rinks for year-round skating, except for a few weeks each year when a dog show is hosted.
  • Winslow Fields Located in between West Shore Rd. and Main Ave , Winslow Fields are a popular location for mainly a Girl's Softball League, but also sports a soccer field across the street. The baseball area has more than 5 separate fields, all with dugouts and the standard baseball diamond. When league games aren't in session, the fields are open for public use but strictly prohibit any sort of animal to accompany you. In the center of all the fields is a snack stand that only runs during league games, but when it is open it is a quick, delicious substitute for the fast food joints in the area. Along with fully functional restrooms there is also a playground area for younger children of the area.
  • St. Rita’s Memorial Day Festival, Oakland Beach. The St. Rita’s festival features an annual carnival over Memorial Day weekend. At the end of the weekend, they showcase one of the best fireworks displays state-wide.
  • Continental Little League, Greenwood. This is a local baseball field which is commonly accessible for rec league games and is constantly a hub of activity.
  • St. Gregory The Great's Church, Cowessett. This is a local church where the biannual carnival is held. In addition there is a full baseball and practice field behind the back of the church.


  • Harbor Lights 150 Gray St, Phone: 1 401 681-4133. This 9-Hole public course offers an enjoyable layout with holes that will cater to skills of any golfer. It will provide you with a challenge, yet allow you to concentrate on efficient shots. Under new management it has recently undergone major improvements in the grounds and service. It is part of the Harbor Lights, complex which also includes a clubhouse, 200 slip Marina and 30 x 50 ft Infinity Pool overlooking the Bay.
  • Monster Mini Golf 33 Lambert Lind Hwy (Rte. 5) Phone: 1 401 921-5472. An establishment for kids of all ages, Monster Mini Golf offers a great atmosphere year-round with their full indoor course. Black lights, glow in the dark paintings and costumed dummies add to the fun. A great place to while away a rainy afternoon with the kids, and even play some arcade games all for less than $10 a head.
  • Valley Country Club 251 New London Ave, Phone: 1 401 821-1115. Valley is a championship course with 18 breath-taking holes to challenge a golfer at any level. Although it is a private course, they are constantly offering deals for members to bring in people from the outside. A perfect mix of difficulty and ease, Valley will provide you with an incredibly enjoyable golf experience. Greens Fees M-F:18 holes- $50, 9-holes- $25 and Weekends/Holidays: 18-holes- $60, 9-holes $30.
  • Warwick Country Club 394 Narragansett Bay Ave, Phone: 1 401 737-9878. An 18-hole, private course which offers breath taking views of both Narragansett and East Greenwich Bay. It has a great facility complete with practice areas, multiple clay and hard top tennis courts, and a swimming pool.

Buy[edit][add listing]

Warwick has gone from being a small suburb of Providence to becoming a busy city in itself. Many major retail chains have moved into locations in Warwick as it is in the center of the state, but more accessible than Providence.

  • Aldi, 444 Quaker Lane. It is similar to something like Priceright, but it is much cleaner and has better products. You need to bring your own bags and pay a quarter to use a carriage.  edit
  • Barnes & Noble, 1350 Bald Hill Rd Bldg B, ☎ +1 401 826-8885, M-Sa 9:00am-10:00pm, Su 10:00am-8:00pm, [20]. B&N has a wide selection of books and gifts. The Warwick location has a great board game section and a cafe. More expensive than Amazon (and even their own website), but the friendly staff doesn't mind if you grab a coffee, relax, and read a book for a while.
  • Bed Bath & Beyond, 1500 Bald Hill Road, +1 401 826 0750. Located on Route 2. This store is great when shopping for bedrooms, bathrooms, dorms, or just fun new things. The store is huge and you cant leave without buying something. I would recommend this store to anyone, the employees are kind and always willing to help.
  • Best Buy, 24 Universal Blvd, ☎ +1 401 826-7007, M-Th 10:00am-9:00pm, F-Sa 10:00am-10:00pm, Su 11:00am-7:00pm, [21]. A big-box consumer electronics store that sells computers, videogames, and appliances. The Universal Blvd location has a Magnolia: a Best Buy subsidy that sells high-end home theater equipment. Best Buy is one of the only places in Warwick where electronics and printer cartridges can be recycled.
  • Dave's Marketplace, 18 Airport Rd., Phone: 1+ 401-738-8300. Dave's Marketplace is local, family run business that is expanding quickly. Dave's has long been "the other market" in Warwick. The often sell fruits, vegetables and other products from local growers and manufacturers.
  • Dick's Sporting Goods, 1350 E Bald Hill Rd Centre, ☎ +1 401 823-8079, M-Sa 9:00am-9:30pm, Su 10:00am-7:00pm,]. Dick's sells sports equipment and apparel. They have a great selection of NFL and MLB jerseys. The Red Sox and Patriots are especially well-represented
  • Dockside Seafood Marketplace, 2275 Warwick Ave, +1 401 737 5250. Fresh seafood and meat market. Cheaper when buying in bulk.
  • DSW, 1350 Bald Hill Road, +1 401 826 7624. Located on Route 2. This store is great for purchasing shoes for any event. Prices vary. I would highly recommend visiting this location because there are great deals.
  • Five Below, 300 Quaker Ln, [2]. A slight step up from a dollar tree or a regular dollar store, with a slight step up in price. Five Below has more items, such as video games, DVDs, iPhone cases, clothes, athletic equipment, and backpacks, for a price range between $1-$5. You can find items currently being sold in more expensive stores for nearly half the price.  edit
  • Guitar Center, 1245 Bald Hill Road, + 11 401 823 4433. Located on Route 2. This store is a great place to buy instruments and music. It’s a fun store and there are lots of great finds inside.
  • Ocean State Job Lot, 3030 West Shore Rd, 1+ 401-739-6821. [[22]] Hours: M-Sa 8:00am-9:00pm, Su 9:00am-8:00pm". Known as the "home of adventure shopping," Job Lot is a Rhode Island grown company that sells almost anything. At the Buttonwoods location they have a great food section that offers many unfamiliar, but delicious items at close-out prices. At the website you can sign up for weekly coupons what make the savings even more irresistible. Other departments include automotive, pet supplies, home goods, clothing, stationary, gifts, toys, seasonal, and health and beauty.
  • Ross-Simons, 136 Lambert Lind Hwy+1 401 738 6700. Located right next to the Warwick Mall. A great place to get jewelry for someone special. The store is very large and you can find anything you are looking for. Prices range and can get very expensive depending on what you are looking to purchase.
  • Sandy Lane Meat Market, 459 Sandy Ln, +1 401 737 4246. Small, hole-in-the-wall market with great, quality product. Fresh, hand-cut meats at a value price. Other prepared foods and produce items available as well. Very friendly staff and service.
  • Stop and Shop, 575 Greenwich Ave and 300 Quaker Ln and 2470 Warwick Ave. There are actually three separate stop and shop locations in Warwick alone. It is Rhode Island's biggest grocery store. The Stop and Shop on Quaker Ln is the biggest. However, the one on Greenwich Ave is the newest and therefor, the nicest. Stop and Shop has great prices and both name brand and store brand products.  edit
  • Target, 1245 Bald Hill Rd, +1 401 821 0121. Very large store off of Route 2. The store offers clothes, jewelry, accessories, food, electronics, and houseware.
  • Trader Joe's, 1000 Bald Hill Rd, Phone: 1+ 401-821-5368. An alternative grocery store to Stop & Shop, Trader Joe's specializes in organic and Trader Joe's brand food. It is comparable to a smaller Wholefoods.
  • Shaw's Supermarket, 320 Warwick Ave, Warwick, RI 02886, (401) 941-4553. There is currently only one location in Warwick. This market is directly across the street from Stop and Shop. Shaw's has reasonable prices and offers store brand and name brand items.  edit
  • Wal-Mart, 840 Post Rd and 650 Bald Hill Rd, [3]. There are currently two locations in Warwick. The store sells a variety of products such as food, electronics, and clothing.  edit
  • Warwick Mall, 400 Bald Hill Rd, Phone: 1+732-2160. The Warwick Mall offers a variety of stores including Macy's, JCPenney, Target, Old Navy, Sports Authority, American Eagle, Bath & Body Works, Brookstone, Express, Foot Locker and GameStop. There is a carousel and food court in the main entrance of the mall, which offers fast food restaurants like Subway, Burger King, Taco Bell, Dunkin Donuts, and more. In the surrounding plaza around the mall, there is a Showcase Cinemas, Longhorn Steakhouse, Red Robin, and Fat Belly's Pub.

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Budget is usually a quick stop, something you're craving but don’t want to spend a lot of money. Prices range from $2-$8.

  • Antonio’s Bakery & Charlie’s Deli, 2448 West Shore Rd, +1 401 738-3727. Delicious pastries, breads, special occasion cakes, deli sandwiches, and soups. Voted 2013 best place in Warwick for Zeppole by GoLocalProv.
  • Cafe Tempo Coffee House, 32 Tollgate Rd, +1 401 737-0109 Restaurant offers breakfast and lunch. Many different flavors of bagels to choose from, including asiago cheese and cinnamon crunch. Lunch menus include meats from Boarshead Deli as well as salads and pizzas. Cafe Tempo also serves specialty coffees in as many flavors as their bagels.
  • Crusty's Pizza, 1331 Warwick Ave, +1 401 463-5123 " "Closed Monday, Crusty's serves delicious pizza with a Greek touch along with grinders, trojan horses, and more. Friendly staff with a real "personal" atmosphere. One of the few places you can get two large pizzas for under twenty bucks (special does not apply in July and August).
  • Dear Hearts Ice Cream, Open seasonally (usually beginning in late April) with three locations around Warwick (Pawtuxet Village, Norwood, and Wildes Corner) serving delicious and reasonably priced soft serve, cones, and cups of ice cream in additional to milkshakes. A wide variety of flavors to appeal to all.
  • Del's Lemonade, 2050 Warwick Ave and 919 Warwick Ave. Open seasonally. Del's is more than a Rhode Island tradition: it is a way of life. Each spring lines form as Del's Lemonade stand opens its doors. A favorite outing for many Rhode Islander's is to get Del's and take a stroll on one of the local beaches. To avoid looking like a tourist make sure you drink it like the locals. Since Del's lemonade is a soft frozen drink, many tourists tend to ask for a spoon or straw. Every Rhode Islander knows that you squeeze the cup from the bottom in the palm of your hand as you drink. Squeeze, shake and enjoy the cool refreshment!
  • Don's Pizza, 2105 Warwick Ave, +1 401-732-3838" "Tu-Th 11:00am-9:30pm, F-Sa 11:00am-11:00pm" Great little pizza place to bring the kids. Has an old school diner feel with the best tasting pizza around.
  • Eastern Star Restaurant, 3301 Post Rd., +1 401-738-6162. Su 12:30pm-9:30pm, M-Th 11am-9:30pm, Fr-Sa 11am-10:30pm. Chinese cuisine and South Asian dishes. Dine in, take out, & delivery. Full bar. Great food for great prices.

  • Five Guys Burgers And Fries, 300 Quaker Ln, +1 401 828-3100 A simple burger and fries joint with big taste. Five Guys is very popular, having delicious burgers, hot dogs, and fries (fried in pure, no cholesterol, peanut oil). While you're there, be sure to try the poplar bacon cheese dog and their specialty Five Guys style fries. The Five Guys website offers the ability to order your meal online and pick it up in the restaurant, giving you the ability to skip long lines.
  • George's Pizza, 2912 Warwick Ave, +1 401 738-5776. Pizza and sub shop- great for lunch or dinner. Small family owned pizza parlor.
  • Han Palace, 2470 West Shore Rd., +1 401-738-2238. [23]. "Su-Th 11:30am-10pm, Fr-Sa 11:30am-11pm". Han Palace serves Cantonese, Szechuan & Hunan cuisine, take-out orders & exotic drinks. This little, nondescript restaurant is a local secret. It is less flashy than its neighboring Asian restaurants but offers much more authenticity, value and hospitality. This restaurant has an online menu, takes reservations and takes credit cards.
  • Happy Garden, 959 Namquid Dr+1 (401) 463-8202. Small take out or dine-in Chinese restaurant. Offers a wide selection of dishes, and is vegetarian friendly. They cook the food right in front of you to insure it is piping hot and as fresh as it can be.
  • Harry's NY System Restaurant, 2168 Elmwood Ave, +1 401 785-9907. Great place to come for weiners (hotdogs). Very fast, affordable and great staff. Here is where the local regulars go for lunch.
  • Iggy's Doughboys & Chowder House, 889 Oakland Beach Ave, +1 401 783-5608. Best doughboys, chowder and clam cakes around. In the summer expect to wait in line for a long time, especially during the carnival or holidays. Famous for New England clam chowder and clam cakes. Come to this location to enjoy the food and the view of the Narragansett Bay.
  • Islander Restaurant, 2318 West Shore Rd. +1 401 738-9861. "Su-Th 11am-10:30pm, Fr-Sa 11am-11:30pm". Limited deliveries available. Offers party-sized containers of favorites. Multi-winner of RI Monthly Magazine's "Best Chinese Restaurant" Award.
  • Jade Dragon Restaurant, 1982 Warwick Ave., +1 401 732-9595. Large menu includes Chinese and American cuisine. They are fairly priced. Their employees are very friendly and provide a welcoming atmosphere.
  • Jersey Mike's Subs, 1350 Greenwich Ave, +1 401 921-4488. Jersey Mike's is a Sub shop that is throughout the United States, but we do have a couple here in Warwick. It is a little pricier than Subway, but still a great bargain for great sandwiches.
  • Lakewood Ice Cream, 140-152 Chambly Ave. Lakewood Ice Cream carries both soft serve and regular ice cream. They offer a variety of flavors and sundae options. This facility is CASH ONLY.  edit
  • Lakis Pizza Parlor, 3003 W Shore Rd, +1 401 737-1080. After any local little league game you will find at least 1 team at Lakis. This place has great pizza and a very casual atmosphere.
  • Mousie’s Deli, 1619 Warwick Ave, +1 401 737-3696. Tucked in a strip plaza near Hoxie Four Corners (intersection of Warwick Ave and Airport Rd). Small, busy deli offering an extensive list of uniquely-named, delicious and reasonably-priced sandwiches.
  • Newport Creamery Restaurant, 2680 W Shore Rd., +1 401 732-6569. / 1256 Warwick Ave, +1 401 463-8317. Decent food, great for ice cream. Don't leave without getting an Awful-Awful- Traditionally coffee flavored is a Rhode Island favorite.
  • Nick and Joan's Place, Warwick Ave, For over 25 years Nick and Joan's place has functioned as Warwick's hole in the wall diner. Offering wieners, sandwiches, breakfast fare, and a hot cup of coffee this family run establishment is a budget friendly place to relax for breakfast or lunch.
  • Pam's Pizza, 2739 Post Rd, +1 401 732-3193. Best Chicken Parmesean Grinder in the state.
  • Panda Express, 400 Bald Hill Rd, +1 401 738 0152. Located inside the Warwick Mall food court. It is a great place to grab a bite after shopping. The Panda Express is cheap and the food is prepared and ready to be served.
  • Papa’s Ice Cream, 2987 West Shore Rd, +1 401 739-4975. Located at the intersection of Buttonwoods Ave. and West Shore Rd. This family owned, soda-shop-style ice cream parlor offers many flavors of Hershey’s ice cream, soft serve, frozen yogurt, and cupcakes. Staff is extremely friendly and personable. Offers indoor and outdoor seating. Cash only!
  • Papi’s Tacos, 750 West Shore Rd , +1 401 681-4336. Located in the heart of Conimicut Village. Tiny, authentic Mexican restaurant offering freshly made burritos, tacos, nachos, taquitos, tostadas and quesadillas. Clean location and friendly staff. Seating available, but limited. Vegetarian friendly.
  • Picasso's Pizza & Pub, 2323 Warwick Ave, +1 401-739-5030. [24]. Nice place to hang out. Good food. Pool tables and fun for sporting events. Twice voted Warwick's Best Pizza.
  • Ronzio's Pizza, 2424 W Shore Rd, +1 401 737 8800. At Ronzio they make their dough fresh in each shop several times a day. The sauce is a special recipe developed specifically for Ronzio Pizza, with 100% all natural cheeses.
  • Sandwich Junction, 86 Kilvert St, +1 401 738-0559. Located at the end of a dead-end street, directly next to the Amtrack railway (hence, the name). Adorable little eatery decorated with old photos. Great sandwich selection and servings. Delicious, homemade desserts. Cash only!
  • Seven Seas Chowder House, 26 Palmer Ave, +1 401 737-8368. Tucked away in a residential neighborhood area. Excellent seafood, doughboys, clam cakes, and chowder. Don’t be fooled by the run-down appearance; beat the winding lines at Iggy’s and stop here instead. Open seasonally (summer only).
  • Spike's Junkyard Dogs, 1623 Warwick Ave, +1 401 732-5858. M-Th 11AM-11PM, F-Sa 11AM-1:30AM, Su 12PM-10PM. Spike's offers all beef hot dog selections like "The Patriot Dog" and "The German Shepherd" as well as subs, salads, and fried finger foods. Fun atmosphere that is great for families.
  • Sunnyside Restaurant, 2428 West Shore Rd, +1 401 739-0199. Sunnyside has been run by the Oliver Family for the past 27 years, with it's large servings for such a low price, its easily the smart choice for breakfast if your in the Warwick area. Located directly across from "Warwick Veterans High School" it is a hot spot for the locals to come and grab a delicious bit of breakfast, no matter what time of day it is. It's got the largest omelet's in the area and "Loaded" hash-browns that are nearly impossible to compete with.


Mid-Range consists of mostly the chain restaurants or restaurants very similar to chains. These are places you want to sit and eat as a family or just take your significant other to but are still a pretty quick fix. Prices range from $7-$16.

  • The Tree House Tavern and Bistro, 1094 Centerville Rd, +1 401 821 1105. Evolved from a flower creations company to a restaurant, they serve breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, cocktails, and dinner. The 1860’s farmhouse and their new barn set the perfect tone to get away and relax.
  • Buttonwoods Fish & Chips, 416 Buttonwoods Ave, +1 401 738 7571. Charming, family-owned diner tucked away in the Buttonwoods residential area. In addition to fish and chips, also serve great breakfast and lunch items, as well as dinner on Fridays. Friendly and attentive staff.
  • Chelo's of Warwick, Inc., 2225 Post Rd, +1 401-737-7299. Great selection of classic American cuisine. Part of Rhode Island's largest family-owned restaurant chain.
  • Chelo's Waterfront Bar & Grill, 1 Masthead Dr, +1 401-884-3000. Seasonal. Great selection of classic American cuisine, plus a beautiful view of the Greenwich Bay. Part of Rhode Island's largest family-owned restaurant chain. Live bands and entertainment are featured on the weekends during the summer. It is a great place to bring the family and enjoy the nice weather.
  • China Inn, 2788 Post Rd, +1 401 738-8885. One of the Top 100 Chinese Restaurants in the USA. The China Inn offers some of the best Chinese cuisine in Rhode Island. Dine in or take out.
  • Corner Bakery Cafe, 21 Universal Blvd, Warwick, RI 02886, (401) 262-5134. This is a new restaurant that offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. They also carry pastries and different coffee options. The prices are very reasonable. This is a great place for families to go and if you are looking for a good, quick meal!
  • Fat Belly's Pub, 255 Lambert Lind Hwy, +1 401-732-4750. Good food, great place to hangout".
  • Dave's Bar & Grill, 2339 Post Rd, +1 401 739-7444. Home of the "infamous" grilled cheese, Dave's offers standard pub fare at reasonable prices. Huge selection of beers available including over 40 draft beers, single malts, and wines. Dave's regularly carries the seasonal beers. Plenty of TVs to watch the game or just hang out and play some pool.
  • Cao Peng BBQ, 3301 Post Rd, +1 401 738-6162. Great food and reasonably priced. Nice atmosphere.
  • Greenwood Inn Inc, 1350 Jefferson Blvd, +1 401 738-3334. Serves American, seafood, and Italian cuisine. A great place to go for a family or to watch the game. The prices are reasonable and alcohol is served.
  • Gregg's Restaurant, 1359 Post Rd, +1 401 467-0122, [25]. Amazing cakes made from scratch, great family dining. One of the most popular places in Warwick so please expect a wait or call in advance to see how busy they are. Great for kids and adults.
  • Hibachi Grill & Supreme Buffet, 1245 Bald Hill Rd, +1 401-828 4600. Located on Route 2, this large, Asian style buffet serves a huge variety of fresh food. Offers traditional Asian dishes, sushi, and American cuisine. Also includes a raw bar from which you can select items and watch them be prepared by cooks at the hibachi station. Loud atmosphere, very kid friendly.
  • Hometown Buffet, 1245 Bald Hill Rd, +1 401 826-4494. Hometown Buffet offers a large array of food choices. From American to Italian to Chinese cuisine they have anything you could desire. It is a great place to go for breakfast, lunch, or dinner with your family. Located on Route Two.
  • Ironworks Tavern, 697 Jefferson Blvd, +1 401 739-5111. Step back into history and visit the Ironworks Tavern. Here you can experience the best contemporary American cuisine. The restaurant is located in the original main office building of the Rhode Island Malleable Iron Works factory.
  • Legal Sea Foods, 2099 Post Rd, +1 401 732-3663, [26]. Local Boston chain.
  • Lemongrass, 1138 Post Rd, +1 401 941-1388. They serve Chinese cuisine by picking only the freshest and natural ingredients to make their food healthier than their competitors. A great family owned business. Dine in or take out.
  • Libiations Restaurant, 2081 Post Rd, +1 401 739-3000. Located inside the Radisson Hotel, the Libiations Restaurant offers fine dining at a great prove. They offer fine cuisine slecions for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The menu showcases contemporary American cuisine with New England taste.
  • Iggy's Boardwalk, 885 Oakland Beach Ave, ☎ 401 736-0400. Sit down restaurant extension to the famous Iggy's restaurant overlooking the bay. Located in the heart of Oakland Beach. The restaurant has an outdoor section with tables and a volley ball net. Truly a great place to go on a nice summer’s day. $8-16.
  • Music Lane Café, 10 Music Ln, +1 401 739 1154. Serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The restaurant is tucked away from the busy city just off the Greenwich Bar. A great place to escape and grab a bite to eat. They serve American Cuisine.
  • Norwood Grill, 1325 Post Rd, +1 401 780 9989 edit
  • Ozzi’s Steak Burger’s, 1795 Post Rd, +1 401 921 6994. Voted Best Burger in New England by Phantom Gourmet. This restaurant offers great burgers at an awesome price. With their “build your own burger” menu they offer 100 million combinations of burger toppings along with different types of cheeses. They have a fully stocked liquor bar and multiple TV’s.
  • Red Robins, 400 Bald Hill Rd, +1 401 736 0700. Located in the Warwick Mall Parking lot, this is a great place to go after a day of shopping. They offer a large array of American cuisine with a focus on gourmet burgers.
  • Remington House Inn, 3376 Post Rd, +1 401-736-8388. Really beautiful spot to eat. Lovely view of the water and ambiance in general.
  • Rigatoni's Family Restaurant, 1229 Warwick Ave, +1 401 463-5580. This restaurant has a wonderful setting that would be great for a family dinner or casual date. Food is great, affordable and comes in huge portions. I strongly recommend getting the pizza or calzones they are known for. They also sell red sauce and soup by the quart. Don’t forget to bring a few quarters for the mini juke box at each booth.
  • Smokey Bones, 31-B Universal Blvd, +1 401 821-2789. Nice southern restaurant atmosphere. Great ribs and steaks. A great place to go with the family during the week or on the weekend. This restaurant is also a great place to watch sporting events, but get there early because it gets packed for games.
  • Sunrise Café, 1155 West Shore Rd, +1 401 737 8111. Located at the beginning of Conimicut Village. Quaint breakfast joint with excellent food. Great weekly specials and an extensive omelet selection. Walls are covered with historic war photos and Rocky Point memorabilia. Sit at the bar and watch the owner prep your food right in front of you, truly entertaining in itself. Table seating available also. Cash only!
  • Thai Excursion, 1565 Post Rd +1 401 921-5582. Features both a restaurant and bar at a medium price range. This restaurant offers authentic Thai dishes, and their own take on Thai-styled curry. Vegetarian friendly. Has a quiet, relaxed atmosphere. M–Sa 11:30am–10pm, Su 3pm–9pm.
  • Top of the Bay, 898 Oakland Beach Ave, +1 401 732-2532. Great location overlooking the bay. Optional outside dining.
  • Twist, 336 Bald Hill Rd, +1 401 734-4440. M-T 11:30am-11pm, W-Sa 11:30am-12am, Su 4pm-11pm. Drinks, appetizers, and entrees with a "twist" like Guinness baby back ribs and chicken walnut and prosciutto ravioli. Children's and gluten-free menus are available.  edit
  • Uncle Tony's Pizza & Pasta, 1800 Post Rd #27, +1 401 738-1322. Good Italian restaurant.
  • UNO Chicago Grille, 399 Bald Hill Rd, +1 401 738 5610. This restaurant is located right next to the mall. They offer American and Italian Cuisine. It is a great place to watch the game at the bar or enjoy a nice date.


Splurge Prices range from $10-$23.

  • Sam's Inn, 2227 W Shore Rd., +1 401-737-6073.
  • Crow's Nest Restaurant, 288 Arnolds Neck Dr., +1 401-732-6575, [27]. The servers are fantastic, friendly and knowledgeable. The view is beautiful, and you get a lot of food for your money. One of the best places to do lunch. Go early and you won't have to wait.
  • Elizabeth’s of Portofino, 897 Post Rd, =1 401 461-8920, [4]. Su-Th 5:00pm-9:00pm, F-Sa 5:00PM-10:00pm. A small Italian restaurant with warm lighting and atmosphere. Ideal for a date. Elizabeth’s is known for their veal. Business casual dress. Reservations recommended. $20-$35.  edit
  • Eleven Forty Nine Restaurant, 1149 Division St., +1 401-884-1149, [28]. Offers lunch, dinner, jazz Sunday brunch, live music.
  • Governor Francis Inn, 1251 Warwick Ave., +1 401-463-8227. Serves guests Italian cuisine and is especially known for seafood. Casual dress.
  • The Shanty, 3854 Post Rd, =1 401 884-7008, [5]. Dinner daily 4:00pm-close. Brunch Sa-Su 10:00am-3:00pm. A cozy, environmentally-concerned pub, The Shanty buys vegetables from local farms and draft beer from local breweries. Their menu is somewhat limited as a result, but the courses are creative. The cocktail menu is inspired as well—try The Gringo (habanero tequila, passion fruit and lime mix). The Shanty is a refreshing alternative to the usual pub, both culinarily and ethically. $12-$28.  edit
  • Shogun Steak & Seafood, 76 Jefferson Blvd., +1 401-270-3608. Sushi is served. Hibachi style restaurant. On the expensive side, but definitely worth it. Interesting to watch them cook in front of you.
  • Sophia’s Tuscan Grille, 1729 Warwick Ave., +1 401 732 6656. Darling little Italian restaurant with Mediterranean décor and delicious, fresh food. BYOB. Can get very crowded, so make reservations ahead of time.

Drink[edit][add listing]

Rhode Island has a large and diverse number of bars, many of which are in Warwick.

  • All Stars Bar & Grill, 605 Airport Rd, +1 401-384-6002.
  • Biki’s, 2077 West Shore Rd, +1 401 921 3377. Located at the top of Oakland Beach. Small biker-bar with good drinks and food. Pool table, DJ, and live music for entertainment. Two bars and three bathrooms to accommodate crowding on weekends. Parking lot fills quickly.
  • Bottom Line Bar & Grill, 415 Palmer Ave, +1 401 737 9834. Located up Warwick Neck near the former Rocky Point Amusement Park. A little rough around the edges, a totally down-to-earth neighborhood hangout. Decent food and drink selection. Rustic feel with pool tables, loud music, and local people.
  • Carousel Grill (formerly Groucho's), 859 Oakland Beach Ave., +1 401-739-7856. Nightclub/lounge, near beach with waterviews and ample parking.
  • Cornerstone Pub, 255 Lambert Lind Hwy, +1 401-732-4750.
  • County Cork Irish Pub, 50 Water Front Dr, +1 401 732 2675. Waterfront location overlooking Brewer’s marina. Small, inviting atmosphere with outdoor seating. Offers a small lunch and dinner menu of Irish cuisine, seafood, and basic items such as burgers, wings, etc.; breakfast available on Sundays only. Great place for families and local boaters. Live Irish music on Sundays.
  • Dave's Bar & Grill, 2339 Post Rd, +1 401-739-7444. A lot of TV's. Great place to watch a game on Sundays.
  • Eddie's 529 Club, 529 Warwick Av, +1 401-461-1770 Prices are right ice cold beer.. Friendly fast affordable prices! Play pool watch the game..A local hang out for artist and musicians !
  • Grav's Pub, 10 Brookside Ave, +1 401-821-2130. Great bar with a big dance floor and disco lights.
  • Gridiron Ale House and Grill (formerly Prata Bar & Grill), 1599 Post Rd., +1 401 384 6969. Sports bar loaded with flat-screen TVs. Decent beer selection and typical bar fare.
  • Hal Mac's Bar, 41 Roseland Ave, +1 401-739-1446.
  • Hops Restaurant-Bar-Brewery, 444 Quaker Ln, +1 401-826-4600, Fax: "+1" 401-826-4600.
  • Hour Bar,1193 Main St # B, +1 401-826-5200.
  • Longshots Bar & Grill, 293 Providence St., +1 401-828-3340. M-Th 3PM-1AM, F-Sa 11AM-1PM, Su 12PM-1AM. Sports bar with 16 beers on tap. Flat screen TVs, pool table, video games, and live music make for entertainment. Menu includes standard bar fare as well as specialty pizzas and burgers.  edit
  • Old Boulevard Cafe, 1288 Greenwich Ave, +1 401-738-5433.
  • On the Roch's, 1595 Centerville Rd, +1 401-821-3262, Fax: "+1" 401-821-3262.
  • O'Rourke's Bar & Grill, 23 Peck Ln, +1 401-228-7444.
  • Picasso's Pizza (Picasso's Pub), 2323 Warwick Ave, +1 401-739-5030, [6]. Cheap, good food and cheap, good drinks, Picasso's has what you're looking for every night of the week. Karaoke on Thursdays and a permanent feeling of being with friends, Picasso's is a local sports bar hotspot that you should catch at least one home game in their hole-in-the-wall  edit
  • Pop's Place & His Son's Pub, 115 Cowesett Ave, +1 401-828-4350.
  • Prata Bar & Grill, 1599 Post Rd, +1 401-384-6969.
  • Sean & Bud Inc, 415 Palmer Ave, +1 401-732-6084.
  • Shannon View Inn, 1901 Post Rd, +1 401 732 0999. An intimate Irish pub with an excellent craft beer selection. Also offers outstanding an breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. Shannon View is well-known for its burgers. Live music. On St. Patty’s Day, this is the place to be.
  • Tavern Twelve, 2299 Post Rd, +1 401 490-2620. Open daily 11:30am-1:00am. Tavern Twelve is giant sports bar with dozens of TVs. Pub food is served (wings, burgers, sandwiches) and pool tables are available. $4-$6 Beer.  edit
  • Track 84, 84 Kilvert St, +1 401 739-8484, [7]. Tu-Sa 12:00pm-1:00am. Track 84’s owner was inspired to open this bar while studying in Belgium, and their beer list reflects his love for the country. Though Belgian ales are their specialty, Track 84 has a rotating list of sixteen various draft beers and about twenty bottled beers, many of which are rare or notoriously difficult to find in New England. Excellent spot for the beer cognoscente. Pool tables are available. $6-$14 Beer.  edit
  • Village Corner Tavern, 941 W Shore Rd, +1 401-739-9785.
  • Whalen Cafe, 2647 W Shore Rd, +1 401-737-9646.

Sleep[edit][add listing]

  • Residence Inn Providence Warwick, 500 Kilvert Street, +1 401-737-7100, Fax: +1 401 739-2909, [29].
  • Best Western Airport Inn, 2138 Post Road, Phone: +1 877-634-1780 [30].
  • Courtyard Providence Warwick, 55 Jefferson Park Road, +1 401-467-6900, Fax: +1 401 467-2666, [31]. $140.
  • Crowne Plaza Hotel, 801 Greenwich Ave., 401-732-6000, [32]. $140.
  • Extended Stay America Warwick, 245 W. Natick Rd, +1 401-732-2547
  • Fairfield Inn Providence Warwick, 36 Jefferson Boulevard, +1 401-941-6600, Toll-free: +1 800 228-2800, Fax: +1 401 785-1260, [33]. $140.
  • Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites, 901 Jefferson Boulevard, +1 401-736-5000, [34]. $120.
  • Motel 6 Providence - Warwick, 20 Jefferson Boulevard, +1 401- 467-9800, Fax: +1 401 467-6780, [35]. $80-$92.
  • Hampton Inn & Suites, 2100 Post Rd, Phone: +1 401-739-8888. $130.
  • Homestead Studio Suites, 268 Metro Center Blvd., Phone: +1 401-732-6667. $95.
  • Homewood Suites by Hilton, 33 International Way, Phone: +1 401-738-0008. $150 & $170.
  • Radisson Airport Hotel Providence, 2081 Post Rd., Phone: +1 401-739-3000.
  • Sheraton Providence Airport, 1850 Post Road, 1-401-738-4000, [8]. Sheraton Providence Airport is located less than a mile from T.F. Green International Airport and provides a complimentary airport shuttle. This smoke-free hotel has 206 guestrooms and in-hotel dining.  edit
  • NYLO Providence / Warwick, 400 Knight St (Warwick, Rhode Island 02886), 1.401.734.4460, [9]. The chic new NYLO Providence / Warwick hotel near downtown Providence, Rhode Island attractions offers ultramodern lodging, event space and vacation packages for business and leisure travelers.  edit
  • Hilton Garden Inn. Small refrigerators, microwaves & coffee pots in the room. Lobby has apples & cookies. Business center, workout room, indoor pool. Iron Works Tavern connected to hotel.  edit

Stay Safe[edit]

Warwick was once listed as the 19th safest city in the country. Warwick is still a very safe community and little violence or crime is committed. Feeling safe in this city is something that you don’t have to worry about.


  • Warwick Public Library, 600 Sandy Lane, ☎ +1 401-739-5440, M-Th 9:00am-9:00pm, F-Sa 9:00am-5:00pm, [36]. One of the bigger libraries in Rhode Island, Warwick Public Library hosts events such as story-telling, workshops, videogame tournaments, and film screenings. It also has quiet rooms for studying and conference rooms that can be reserved for business meetings. The outdoor picnic area is open to the public. Free access to wi-fi and public computers.
Warwick Public Library

Get out[edit]

If you're looking for additional activities just outside of Warwick some additional places of interest include AMF Lanes (1450 Elmwood Ave, Cranston, RI 02910) and Roger Williams Park (also accessible from Elmwood Ave). The Providence Place Mall is located just 20 minutes away and is a great destination for shopping as the mall is larger than the one in Warwick.

Adjacent Providence or nearby Newport make good next destinations.

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