​​​clockwise from top left:

Pots and Kettles open at Mosquito Beach on Corn Neck Road;  

owner Cindy Kelly hangin out;  

Lisa Starr brings her Star Power and light to Pots and Kettles world; ;

Izzy shares her joyful spirit at the window; 

Cindy with Chris Martin  of Coldplay and  poets  Coleman Barks and Lisa Starr;

Jeffrey working a breakfast shift in February;  

vegan burrito with brown rice, black beans, avocado and our own salsa and chipotle sauce!

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

winter, spring, summer and fall.

Home of the reusable BI Bag!! Available in blue or green.


Check out Todd Corayer's column in SO Rhode Island magazine!

Purchase a bottle and get water refills for free!.

our acclaimed fish tacos

Located on Corn Neck Road 

in the "Mosquito Beach" parking lot

across from the entrance to Scotch Beach

​during the spring and summer.

Open periodically through the winter...

 See Pots and Kettles public Facebook page 

for updates.

Last days of summer :(

Open Fri, Sat & Sunday 

11:30am to 4pm...

then it's back to school!!!