Little Rhody Loves a Clambake


Yes, we are a born-and-bred-on-Cape Cod kind of company. But that doesn’t mean we’re afraid of venturing over the bridges.

We’ll even cross state lines for a good clambake.

Rhode Island, that quaintest and quietest little New England state always seems to give us a warm welcome. Rhode Islanders know how to eat well, for one thing. They love it when we show up with chowder, lobsters, clams and all the makings of a good old-fashioned clambake.

Whether you’re planning a wedding or another summer party, we just want to say: don’t forget about Little Rhody.

We can attest that some of the world’s best places hosting a clambake are to be found in Rhode Island. And we can connect you with lots of good party planning resources—trusted vendors we’ve met while working in the smallest state.

From the International Tennis Hall of Fame to the Old Lighthouse Museum, there are a surprising number of different great settings for clambake parties in Rhode Island. We’ve baked clams at many of them, and one of our favorites is The Towers.

This beautiful and historic building has a Great Hall that offers breathtaking views of the ocean. What a perfect backdrop for dining on a classic New England dinner. And it’s big enough to seat up to 180 guests.

If you’re thinking about a smaller party, that’s fine to. Did you know we got our start doing clambakes in our friends’ back yards? Rhode Islanders: if you’ve got a back yard, let’s put on a clambake.

Those of you who are now imagining a Rhode Island shindig of one kind or another, but think you may need some party planning experts to lean on, you might want to try Planned to Perfection. They can help you with every celebration from the “yes” to the “I do” to your golden anniversary party. They are Couple’s Choice Award winners on the Wedding Wire—hey, we were too! So you know they’re good at what they do.

Finally, maybe you’re in the market for party rentals. Don’t miss our full list of vendors here. For tents and more, you can count on us, Rhode Island. We’ve you covered.

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