The Beehive Café

By JOHNETTE RODRIGUEZ  |  November 11, 2009

There were also lemon squares, biscotti, lemon tea bread, banana bread, and pies and cakes by the slice (the customer favorite orange passion cake is like a carrot cake but with mashed bananas and orange zest). Any of these go well with the Beehive's locally roasted, organically-grown, fair-trade coffees, organic teas, or made-to-order espresso drinks.

In addition, there are soups, salads, more sandwiches, pizzas-of-the-day, stuffed-with-veggies-and-cheese potato flatbreads, egg-ham-and-cheese brioches, and chicken pot pies (with that wonderful buttery crust) to discover. The Beehive will have warm desserts, hot cider, cocoa, and soup the evening of November 20, for Bristol's Night to Shine holiday stroll (5-9 pm). And the Beehive is taking orders for Thanksgiving pies. You might consider hiding one to enjoy after the guests have gone!

< prev  1  |  2  | 
  Topics: Restaurant Reviews , Culture and Lifestyle, Food and Cooking, Foods,  More more >
| More


Most Popular
ARTICLES BY JOHNETTE RODRIGUEZ
Share this entry with Delicious
  •   THE SPARK OF INSPIRATION  |  October 15, 2014
    "There’s an artist in each of us."
  •   FALL ARTS PREVIEW | DANCE: STRETCHING THE BOUNDARIES  |  September 10, 2014
    Plus, a full slate of bold moves
  •   MESMERIZING MOVES  |  July 23, 2014
    Island Moving Co., Newport’s contemporary ballet company, has always been adventurous.
  •   LIVES ON THE EDGE  |  July 02, 2014
    No one would dispute the fact that Hester Kaplan’s writing is effective and well-crafted, as she digs into the underbelly of American society in her latest book of short stories, ' Unravished .'
  •   EMOTION IN MOTION  |  April 02, 2014
    When Festival Ballet Providence started their in-studio series, “Up Close On Hope,” more than 10 years ago, the vision was to give up-and-coming choreographers and dancers a stage less overwhelming and more intimate on which to find their footing.

 See all articles by: JOHNETTE RODRIGUEZ