Rhode Island has many claims to fame, yet none of them carries more weight than our state’s food. From Federal Hill and Downtown to the shores of Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island offers an eclectic array of Italian, Indian, Thai, and for today’s conversation: seafood. Anyone familiar with our RI Remote Events schedule will notice a common theme with the shows in which we partake. They are almost all food-related. Yes, it’s true: we don’t shy away from the chance to experiment with our palates, and you can be sure we’ll be trying everything at the RI Seafood Festival this weekend in Providence. If you’ve never been to India Point Park then this is the perfect opportunity to soak up one of RI’s more scenic spots. Come for the food; come for the view; come for the Protec window information at our RIHI Remote Booth. Just as long as you come down this weekend you will not be disappointed.
Now in its sixth year, the RI Seafood Festival hosts some of the state’s most renowned restaurants and eateries. The Matunuck Oyster Bar, McCormick and Schmick’s, and the Melville Grille lead the pack of local restaurants feeding the masses this weekend. Don’t be afraid to bring those fussy eaters either, as Just Dogs plans to cater to the not-so-fond-of-shellfish members of your group. If you do, however, consider yourself a seafoodie—there will be more than enough lobster rolls, Cajun shrimp, and Mahi Mahi platters to indulge in.
In between bites of clam cakes just make sure to stop by and chat with our Remote Team about the latest features found in our Protec replacement window system. Our flirtation with fall weather begins this month, which may remind many of you about those nasty heating bills from last year. There is no better way to keep your money in your wallet and away from the gas/oil companies than upgrading your windows to Protec by RIHI.
Don’t be selfish with your shellfish! Come visit us at India Point Park this weekend or call us at 401-739-1001. We promise to give you the best ways to save money this winter—and that is no fish story!