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Newport Cooks!
97 Ruggles Ave, Newport, RI 02840
Newport Cooks! offers a wide range of cooking classes for area residents, taught by professional cooks andMore instructors. It's a socially oriented class where everyone can pitch in and learn to make French, Italian and American dishes. Gift certificates are also available.
Yesterday's and The Place
28 Washington Sq, Newport, RI 02840
In business for over 35 years, Yesterday's has long been a favorite with locals and visitors for its great atmosphereMore and good food. It is right in the heart of downtown Newport, on historic Washington Square, near the shops and hotels. The menus in the main restaurant and at The Place wine bar range from American specialties to Thai, Caribbean and Mexican food. If you have a special interest in food, wine or beer, be sure to check out their dinners with winemakers and brewers, or their cooking classes with the chef.  The cooking classes have been going on for over 30 years and are limited to 12 people. Sign up for Yesterday's email list or visit their website for information on these popular classes.  Be sure to notice the Ray Goddard shell on the ceiling in  the rear of the restaurant.  This is a rare find and much appreciated by Goddard fans. 
Le Maison de Coco
28 Bellevue Ave, Newport, RI 02840
La Maison de Coco is open. The newly renovated shop is a bright and comfortable cafe where customers canMore sit, relax and enjoy a french-press coffee, a pot of tea or a hot chocolate. The shop carries a variety of tea-infused truffles. Fresh biscotti and other baked goods are made daily. Michele de Luca-Verley has been a pastry chef for twenty years with experience in New York City as well as France. She uses organic sugar and flour in her recipes as well as local eggs and butter. Loose tea is sold by the ounce, and lovely boxes are used for purchases. Starting in January 2011, there will be cooking classes.  Class descriptions will be online soon.