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Gregg’s Restaurants Opens New Tavern in Warwick

By May 28, 2016Rhode Island, Top News
A ribbon cutting ceremony in April officially opened the new tavern.
A ribbon cutting ceremony in April officially opened the new tavern.

A ribbon cutting ceremony in April officially opened the new tavern.

Gregg’s Restaurants & Pubs, with four locations in Warwick, Providence, East Providence and North Kingstown, opened its new Warwick Tavern, located adjacent to Gregg’s Restaurant at 1359 Post Road. The 2,400 square-foot, ground-up build was completely designed, constructed and outfitted by Rhode Island companies and artisans. The original design concept is a collaboration between Pawtucket-based Judd Brown Designs and Bobbie Bacon, Gregg’s co-owner with husband Bob and partner Chad Verdi. Field Building Company of West Kingston acted as general contractor and builder.

“We are so pleased to unveil our newest Tavern location,” said Bob Bacon, Co-owner, Gregg’s Restaurants. “We are so proud of this addition to the Gregg’s Restaurants family, and of all the local folks who came together to help us create it. We hope that our guests will enjoy it and will create special memories there.” More than 50 local vendors were part of the team that built the new tavern.

 

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