City Guides

A beautiful little town, Bristol is tucked away between Providence and Newport, and offers a lot to see and do. In this episode, discover the history of boating in Bristol, walk the grounds of a beautiful gardens and mansion, and eat at some of the best spots around!

Burrillville is the definition of rural living. Nestled in the woodlands, Burrillville is perfect for those who want to live away from the hustle and bustle. In this episode, take an a trip to a perfect romantic getaway, visit Rhode Island’s perfect lakeside community, and a visit to the best spot for shooting and fishing.

If you want wilderness and hiking one day and shopping the next, wonderfully peaceful Coventry may be for you! Fishing, hiking, camping, shopping, dining, and living; Coventry has it all!

Cranston is Rhode Island’s second largest city and it comes with a lot to do! Discover the inner workings of a bowling alley at Lang’s Bowlarama (we were also super stoked about this!), go for a walk around Pawtuxet Village, and try to get a reservation at the legendary Twin Oaks.

Cumberland really might be the town that has it all. Located within 15 minutes of Providence and adjacent to the border with Massachusetts, Cumberland mixes rural with urban and does so with ease.

East Greenwich has it all! From award-winning restaurants, to a stunning waterfront and high-end, boutique stores, this beautiful village on the bay is one of the state’s treasures.

Located just over the bridge from the State Capital, East Providence is a bustling city of 47,000 people (as well as some incredible gems). In this episode, uncover community arts and crafts at heART Spot Gallery, get the exclusive insights at Squantum Club, feast on Japanese cuisine at Ichigo Ichie, and discover where to find 𝙧𝙚𝙖𝙡 Portuguese food at Campino’s. 

In this packed episode, learn about Rhode Island’s Indigenous communities, find out where to get all the local goings-on (hint: it’s a roadside diner), and meet a Slovenian dog trainer named Bogdan. Plus, get up close and personal with rare breed pigs and discover the resting place of Rhode Island’s only vampire.

Foster is the definition of cute rural living. Nestled in the woods, Foster is perfect for those who want to live away from the hustle and bustle. In this episode, take an alternative approach to healing, visit Rhode Island’s only covered bridge, and raise a glass to one of the state’s finest vineyards.

Glocester is one of Rhode Island’s best kept secrets. Tucked away in the woods, this lovely rural community oozes charm and appeal. 


Located in beautiful Narragansett Bay, Jamestown is set on Conanicut Island, the second biggest island in the state! A stunning seaside location, Jamestown is perfect for anyone who wants sea, sun, and a quiet, artsy community. 

Lincoln is Rhode Island’s Goldilocks town. Conveniently located fifteen minutes from the heart of Providence, but surrounded by woods, cutesy historic districts, and awesome things to do, Lincoln is an oasis all of its own.

If you want sun, sea, sand, great food, and a peaceful atmosphere, then beautiful Narragansett is for you. With four beaches, plus direct access to Block Island, ‘Gansett is a prime, seaside destination perfect for families, couples, and retirees.

Newport is Rhode Island’s premiere seaside destination. With historic mansions, stunning beaches, and some of the best boating opportunities around, Newport puts Rhode Island on the map… and then some! Visit sunny Newport to taste all the city has to offer! From cosy cafes, to bustling bars, and beautiful boutiques, Newport is perfect for a gastronomic adventure!

North Kingstown is, truly, beautiful. Nestled on the shores of Narragansett Bay, this artistic, cozy community with stunning properties effortlessly brings together all the best things in life into one neat little package. In this City Guide, walk the boutique-lined streets of Wickford Village, meet one of Rhode Island’s most celebrated artists, and tickle your tongues with some delicious craft cooking at Back 40.


North Providence packs a lot into a small space. The home of several Rhode Island icons including Yacht Club Soda and Tumblesalts Restaurant, North Providence is simply pulsing with life, and really does have something for everyone.

Check out Pawtucket! Get the low down on the Rhode Island Watercolor Society, treat your sweet teeth at Bake my Day, gnaw on some deliciousness at Smoke and Squeal BBQ, and top it all off with the finest beer around, Foolproof Brewing Company. You don’t wanna miss it!

Providence might just be America’s best kept secret! Find out where to get the best seafood in town, and also, how to race e-scooters around College Hill. You don’t want to miss it!

From peaceful natural preserves and parks to bustling commercial areas, Smithfield is a wonderful place to call home. Whether a private home in the woods is your style or you prefer a modern loft set in a converted mill, Smithfield is for you! No matter how you want to live, the central location, easy access to top restaurants, shopping, and the quick commute to most of the state make Smithfield a top choice!

A Rhode Island favorite, South Kingstown is a beautiful community of stunning beaches, unique boutiques, family farms, prime woodland, and excellent options for dining and drinks. It also has some stunning communities with unique, memorable properties.

Beautiful Warwick has it all. From restaurants and bars, to parks, beaches, and beautiful neighborhoods, Warwick is one of the most well-rounded cities in all of Rhode Island. It literally has something for everyone! Featuring: Iggy’s, Shannon View Inn, Oakland Beach, Warwick City Park, Rocky Point, Bald Hill Shops, and T.F. Green International Airport.

West Warwick is a lively, up-and-coming community perfect for first time homebuyers. Take a look and discover where to get fit and get fitted, as well as where to buy in town.

Historic Woonsocket oozes character. From cool converted mill lofts, to a waterfront peppered with bars and restaurants, “Woony” is a vibrant city in the middle of its own culture shift. What does all this mean? The time to buy in Woonsocket is now, before the market catches up and prices go through the roof! Featuring: Second World War Memorial Park, Polar Express, Rockstar Gym, River Falls, Ciro’s, and Stadium Theatre.