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Purchase a bottle and get water refills for free!.
Stay posted for delicious and energizing new menu options coming this summer!!
Pots and Kettles is committed
to reducing our carbon footprint!
Our straws are made from corn.
Our cold drink cups & lids are compostable.
Our forks, spoons and knives are made with corn using 70% less plastic.
Our food boxes and tissues are made from
recycled natural kraft paper with eco-wax coating.
Our paper napkins are unbleached.
Photos left to right, top to bottom:
Pots & Kettles in the island breeze; our famous fish tacos; quinoa bowl; homemade cookie, inside-out sushi salad; kiss of gratitude; flank steak taco; Jeffrey serving up originality on a February morning; Lisa Starr - poet laureate and comrade extraordinaire serving up love; Cindy enjoying brisk island air; Katie serving up happiness; Cindy serving up tacos with love; Izzy serving up delightfulness; Cindy, Chris Martin (of Coldplay!), Coleman Barks (star poet!) and Lisa Starr (star poet!); a special gift left by a special, anonymous patron.
photo credits: Lisa Sprague, Izzy Levey-Swain, Eli Levey-Swain, Millie Starr, Rachel Heismann, Cindy Kelly
Located on Corn Neck Road
in the "Mosquito Beach" parking lot
across from the entrance to Scotch Beach
during the summer.
Closed this winter and spring..
See Pots and Kettles public Facebook page
for detailed updates.
Pots and Kettles specializes in
honestly good grub made with care
using wholesome ingredients.
Vegetarian, meat and gluten-free options are always available.
Owner/operator, Cindy Kelly,
prepares all your meals from scratch on Block Island.