426 Fitness RI is a unique gym with our recently expanded facility offering something for everyone. We feature three private studios: Indo-Row, Just Dance, and a private personal training studio, Fit-Tek. A distinctive aspect of the fitness club is the assortment of gym programs and health classes available to our members. From Hardcore workouts, to Zumba and Youth Programs, you will be challenged at any endeavor you choose. Check out or monthly gym schedule for a description of the 170+ Group X classes readily available each month.
Ananda Hair Lounge is a uniquely artisanal salon with a warm and inviting atmosphere. Come in, relax and let our talented team of experienced stylists transform your look with our menu of services, including men’s, women’s and children’s cuts, color, highlights, balayage, ombre, blowouts and updos. We can also be booked for weddings and special events.
Early Victorian Gothic structure designed by Russel Warren; built for the Warren Artillery Co. at the end of Dorr’s Rebellion in 1842. As the cultural center of Warren in the 19th century, it is now undergoing restoration while available to rent for civic and social events.
This two-story gable roof with an Early Victorian-Gothic structure was designed by Russell Warren. Brown University, originally called Rhode Island College, held its first classes on this site in 1769 before moving to Providence.
Relax while listening to the sounds of the boats drifting out to sea and enjoying a cold beer, clam cakes, chowder, fish & chips, and whole belly clams! Make our seasonal clam shack, located along the historic working waterfront in Warren, RI, your place for summer fun. Our claim to fame is our half pound all-lobster meat, giant lobster roll, and our clam cakes are said to be the best around. So come on over and judge for yourself!
At the Blount Market, you can purchase all the delicious soups and sauces you’ve come to enjoy at your favorite restaurants. Packed in individual 4-lb bags, the soups are easy to heat and serve. They are great for dinner with the family, holiday meals, dinner parties and more! And, now you can pick up fresh fish, calamari, shrimp, scallops and live lobsters as well as various ready-to-bake items. So come by and visit us today!
Burr’s Hill offers a variety of sports and recreation with a beautiful view of the water and direct access to the town beach and the East Bay Bike Path. Lots of open space surrounds the band shell, making it a perfect place to picnic, hear live music, or watch movies.
Chelsea’s Creamery, which opened in May of 2018, carries over 30 different homemade flavors. We have ice cream and yogurt options, varying from traditional black raspberry and coffee, to our crowd favorite Cookie Monster! Our goal is to have our homemade ice cream become your favorite go-to. Stop by and grab a cone, cup or a frappe of your favorite flavor! If you’re looking to share we offer pints, quarts and half gallons, as well as speciality ice cream cakes! If you can’t make it to the shop, you may always see us at a local farmers market or event with our trailer!
A specialty boutique in Historic Warren’s Tax-Free zone. We carry beautiful clothing, artisan jewelry, footwear and unique items for the body and sole. Mother and daughter owners Keri and Sara are committed to their community and the earth. We choose to support local businesses, artists, independent designers and vendors offering style, sustainability and excellent craftsmanship.
Eli’s Kitchen is dedicated to offering locally sourced and lovingly prepared comfort food in a warm, casual and inclusive atmosphere. Our ultimate goal is to provide a communal space for locals and out-of-towners alike to experience the simple pleasure of delicious food!
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Greek Revival church with a tetrastyle Doric portico and prominent 130′ 5-stage spire is one of the earliest Methodist churches in New England.
Frerichs Farm is a family owned and operated retail nursery and farm located on the scenic Kickemuit River in Warren Rhode Island. We offer quality annuals, perennials and vegetables lovingly grown in 11 greenhouses.
The George Hail Library, as a member of the Ocean State Library Consorium and also a Library of Rhode Island member, gives any resident of Rhode Island a library card regardless of age. Come and visit–and see what’s new at your library!
Hope & Main is Rhode Island’s first culinary business incubator. We help local entrepreneurs jump-start early-stage food companies and food related businesses by providing low cost, low risk access to shared-use commercial kitchens and other industry-specific technical resources.
Imago Foundation for the Arts is committed to providing artists of all disciplines a venue to publicly express their creative voice through cultural and arts programs, exhibitions and other community events. Imago hosts six to eight art exhibits a year and collaborates with other community organizations to offer dance and musical performances, theatrical monologues, literary readings and artist talks.
Rhode Island’s premier independent record store. We’ve been proud purveyors of all things music related for over 25 years! Swing by and check out our ENORMOUS used LP selection, find out about setting up an in-store performance to celebrate your new CD release, or just hang with Chris and Albertron. Call us for more info about music lessons, specialty items, or if you’re looking to sell/trade your old collection and stereo equipment.
Independent bookstore serving the East Bay area.
Ink Fish Books provides a unique customer experience with a variety of both new and used books, local products including a cookbook focus with “Food & Book” pairings, local vendor focused events, memberships, gift certificates and a relaxing, friendly environment that encourages reading and community involvement.
Enhancing the book lover experience…Read locally and immerse yourself in the community!
Jim Bush is an award-winning artist and member of the Providence Art Club. For 19 years he turned issues of the day into editorial cartoons for The Providence Journal. He focuses now on his fine art painting, primarily acrylic and watercolor. His style continues to reflect his cartooning foundation, often displaying lighthearted subjects in an off-beat way.
This handsome Early Victorian brick structure with Itailianate detail was designed by Providence architect Thomas A. Tefft. It was dedicated in 1848 as the town’s first public high school and is the third oldest high school in Rhode Island. Warren’s 2nd Story Theatre purchased the building in 2013, and it currently serves as their rehearsal space and set workshop.
Made in Warren Artist Cooperative is an artist cooperative made up of approximately 45 artists and artisans. We are located in a tax-free zone in downtown Warren, RI. Come into our store to see a large variety of hand crafted items including wooden boxes, hand sewn bags, knitted items, clothing, jewelry, greeting cards, fine art prints and paintings, ceramic sculpture and functional pottery, clocks, furniture, upcycled and recycled items, stained glass and much more.
Two-story gable roofed structure built of rough rubble stone during the Greek Revival era. Constructed for blacksmith Francis Marble who used the lower floor as a shop and ambitiously the second floor as a social hall for public and private functions.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this Federal style structure, the second oldest continuously used Masonic Hall in North America, was partially built from oak timbers that were part of the British “stone fleet’ sunk in Newport Harbor during the Revolutionary War.
Taken from the “Book of the Dead” and “Papyrus of Ani”, Egyptian motif frescos hand painted in 1915 by RISD artist and Mason, Max Muller, adorn the 2nd floor Lodge Room.
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A freshwater spring known through local tradition as being in close proximity to where Massasoit, ruler of the Wampanoags, resided. It was Massasoit who signed a treaty of peace with the Pilgrims, which was never violated during his lifetime. He died in 1660.
The earliest surviving house on Warren’s waterfront, distinctive for its great center chimney, steep gable and handmade bricks laid in Flemish Bond style. Currently a museum, the building was restored by the Massasoit Historical Association.
We are dedicated to carrying jewelry and crafts that are handmade in America by individual studio artists. We scour the country searching for only the best in jewelry, baby, and special occasion gifts.
Two-story gable roof Early Victorian structure which was home to one of the town’s earliest companies of firemen. The building was restored in the mid-1970s and is now the town fire museum, housing the town’s first fire engine “Little hero” which was built in 1802.
Rhode Island meets Napa Valley! Our olive/balsamic tasting bar allows you to experience the product, prior to purchasing. While browsing, enjoy prepared dishes and house made treats made with our pure-pressed products. You are sure to enjoy our coffee and single origin chocolate treats.
Nick Haus specializes in art, antiques and vintage wares. A constantly rotating collection of objects is displayed in a charming miniature building. When warm it’s open to the garden, when cold it’s kept cozy by woodfire. Nick of Nick Haus uses his training in Interior Architecture to suggest new ways of living with old things. It’s the smallest shop in the smallest town in the smallest county in the smallest state – be sure not to miss it. Your house will thank you.
The second oldest town burial ground in Warren (Kickemuit Cemetery being the oldest). Members of
many of the village’s oldest families are buried here, including town notables such as Nicholas Campbell, a participant in the Boston Tea Party.
Warren Chair Works has been making handcrafted Windsor Chairs since 1981. In addition to Windsor Chairs, we make complimentary dining and occasional tables, hutches, and sideboards. All of our pieces are made to order, on-site by our talented craftsmen with locally sourced lumber.
The perfect spot for a family picnic or a great beach day with the little ones, the Warren Town Beach has shallow water, playground equipment, and is adjacent to Burr’s Hill Park, providing ample space for even the largest family get-togethers.
Prica Farina is East Bay’s fresh pasta and specialty foods shop. Every day, proprietors Priscila and David handcraft an array of pastas using traditional and modern techniques. They also offer a lovingly curated selection of cheeses from New England and Italy and carefulley selected pantry items such as jams, sauces, tinned fish etc. Often on Saturdays you’ll encounter filled-to-order canolli and whenever the mood strikes, freshly baked sfogliatelle.
Breathing life into a Historic Barn, Shrine, is home of Beauty…Inside and Out. On the main floor, it’s all about hair! Our AVEDA Salon serves entire families, from small to tall! Our team of professionals is ready to provide you with nothing but the best in hair coloring, cutting and styling. New guests are always welcome by appointment. Then up top you’ll find Shrine Studio, the East Bay’s Premier Yoga Studio, with over 18+ classes a week, providing various yoga classes including donation-only classes supporting Shrine’s “Down Dog for Pound Dog”™ charity and keeping yoga accessible. It’s also home of the #flowandblow, the ONLY place in Rhode Island you can enjoy a yoga class and a blowout following! Follow us to learn more!
Space Cadet is an eclectic hodgepodge of sorts. One part antique shop, one part vintage store, and a few parts cool and funky. Clothes, kitchen accessories, music, rock and roll memorabilia, art, and loads more. The magic of Flashback is that you never quite know what you’ll find- so visit the Flashback machine frequently- we’re always boarding and always buying quality items.
One man gathers what another man spills…
Sprout CoWorking offers both work and gallery space in a downtown historic storefront. Sprout has many ways to work: day passes, shared spaces, private offices, and meeting rooms.
The Gallery at Sprout, a popular stop on the Art Night Bristol Warren tour, features monthly exhibits and is available for event rental.
“A Collection of Sights & Sounds” We specialize in all things cool, kitschy and from yesteryear. Our collection is hand-picked, from mid-century decor, knick knacks, oddities, vintage kitchen & bar items, brooches/jewelry, new and vintage men’s/women’s clothing, records, musical instruments, small furniture, etc.
We specialize in Home Furnishings, Distinctive Gifts & Antiques. We support local Artisans: Potters, Weavers, Blacksmiths, Tinsmiths etc. We also carry candles: Beeswax, Bayberry Soy and Scented candles. All our USA made Artisan wares are tax-exempt.
In November, 2018, owner Tracy Woodard opened the doors to our new brick and mortar location at 16 Joyce Street in Warren, RI. The Perfect Sweet became The Perfect Sweet Shoppe. While we still specialize in macarons, this has afforded us the opportunity to offer so many other products that I love to bake, as well as, begin to produce confections from my developing WANT Chocolate line; a line of rustic chocolates and caramels that I have been working on for the past couple of years, a combination that is a natural addition to my “sweet life” of making macarons and cakes and cookies and brownies and cupcakes and… Our little Sweet Bakery provides a welcoming atmosphere, with my son Nick likely singing a welcome jingle as customers walk in, to serving locally roasted and AMAZING Borealis Coffee (soon to be introducing our line of Perfect Sweet natural flavorings), as well as, other locally sourced drinks, including Yacht Club Soda and Granny Squibbs Iced Tea. We will also be making our own European Style Drinking Chocolate (hot chocolate that is made from actual melted chocolate) mixed with sugar and milk…simple, rich, delicious… we even have free wi-fi for those of you just wanting a change of atmosphere for a little while! We are so happy to have come from the amazing home of Hope & Main and be able to stay in the up and coming, warm and welcoming town of Warren.
Currently, our bakery is open 4 days a week (Wednesday to Saturday), allowing for the opportunity to bake the rest of the days, as we do lots of wholesale, special orders, and catering as well!
“Neighborhood joint”, “pub”, “bar”, “tavern”, “family restaurant” … we’ve been called a lot of things but we’ll leave the job of categorizing The Square Peg up to our customers and all those “yelpers” out there. Our job is to make you feel at home from the minute you walk in our door until the time you leave. Our food philosophy is basic….casual food kept simple. We use fresh ingredients and we try not to mess with them too much.
Warren’s working waterfront is one of the oldest in New England. With over 16 miles of shoreline, marine-based industries and recreation play a key role in Warren’s history and present. The Town manages the shoreline and the activities there through its Harbormaster and the Harbor Management Commission. The Town of Warren currently maintains an extensive waiting list for spaces at Town Wharf.
An early example of late Victorian eclectic architecture, combining an Italian Renaissance tower on a Federal hip-roofed structure, with Italianate compound windows. Notably, the original tower was reduced in size after damage from the Hurricane of 1938.