In Sunday’s New York Times the weekly “36 Hours in” column visits Newport and spotlights several local restaurants and food businesses including: Fluke, Tallulah on Thames, The Fifth Element, Pour Judgement, Franklin Spa, The Mooring, the Newport Distilling Company, La Maison de Coco, Le Petit Gourmet, Perro Salado and the White Horse Tavern. You can find the article in the Travel section of the paper or now online here.
New York Times on Sunday Covers “36 Hours in Newport, R.I.”
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David Dadekian has been called “RI’s unofficial Food Laureate” by Philip Eil of the Providence Phoenix, “mastermind of the food news website and event-organizing operation, Eat Drink RI, who seems to know every chef, restaurant, farm stand, and manufactured food product within state lines.” Dadekian created Eat Drink RI in 2010 and since that time eatdrinkri.com has grown to be one of the top media, marketing and event production companies in the region for all things culinary. Dadekian is the host of the "RI Small Business Live Forum" and Cox YurView’s "The Rhode to Recovery" video interview series. Dadekian also works as PR Director, Cooking Instructor and Special Events Coordinator at Blackbird Farm in Smithfield. Dadekian serves on the boards of ecoRI News, Eating with the Ecosystem and the RI Small Business Coalition, and is a Past Chair of the RI Food Policy Council. He lives in Coventry with his wife Brenda and their two daughters.