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Been there several times for fun and food. A few nice shops but picturesque village.
Sad news is the Sweet Indulgence is moving out at end of year. This will be a huge negative for the village, as this place is a destination.
Tiny village with good restaurants and water view. Seasonal activities include farmers’ market, parades, hay rides, historical encampment, concerts, etc. The bridge and lovely park are great places to meet friends and enjoy your coffee or ice cream. Village playground is always clean, safe and...More
Pawtuxet Village is very small but historically very significant. From its sheltered shores, the first act of insurrection of the Revolutionary War took place as angry colonists rowed out to the British frigate Gaspee -- while its captain and crew were ashore in the village,...More
Nothing real interesting unless you want to see the dirty Pawtuxet dump into Narragansett bay. Maybe it is because I live nearby but the restaurants are overpriced and lousy. Parking is a problem and the people are mostly stuck up yuppies...nothing to see here
There are two stores, I believe, about 2 blocks from the bridge - to the north. I can't recommend either though, because I haven't been inside them. Anyhow, it's nice to walk along the street and see what's what!
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Pawtuxet Village is actually a geographical area that is in 2 cities. The Village overlaps both Warwick and Cranston at the bridge at Little Falls (Pawtuxet is the Native American word for little falls). The bridge... More
Pawtuxet Village is actually a geographical area that is in 2 cities. The Village overlaps both Warwick and Cranston at the bridge at Little Falls (Pawtuxet is the Native American word for little falls). The bridge connects Broad St. in Cranston with Narragansett Parkway in Warwick.
The stores and eateries in the Village all have their own hours, most in the range of normal business hours.