Dining Guide

T's Restaurant

Serving friends since 1982


1059 Park Avenue, Cranston | 401-946-5900
91 Point Judith Road, Narragansett | 401-284-3981
5600 Post Road, East Greenwich | 401-398- 7877

Small Beginnings, Big Dreams

T’s Restaurant, local and family owned, has been sharing their journey, one plate at a time, with generations of Rhode Islanders since 1982. At the beginning, it was just one small restaurant in Cranston. Today, after serving delicious food at a tremendous value and making a difference in the community, T’s Restaurant has become a Rhody staple with its three large neighborhood hubs in Cranston, East Greenwich and Narragansett.

Founders Anthony and Tina Tomaselli, along with Managing Partner Mark Blanchard, and second generation Tomasellis Anthony and Tara, take enormous pride in the impact T’s has had in the state. From the hundreds of team members who shared in the journey through the years, to the genuine connections made with guests, to the tens of thousands of dollars donated to breast cancer awareness, hunger programs and children’s charities, the restaurant’s reach has been remarkable. 

An Artistic Approach 
The locations are each uniquely designed but have a common thread: Elder Anthony’s striking paintings. A well-known artist throughout the Northeast with a studio at the prestigious Providence Art Club, Anthony’s art is lovingly displayed. The colorful paintings and drawings, some small, others quite large, depict New England landscapes and provide a homey, welcoming feel to each location.

The artistic touch can also be seen in the food itself. All-day breakfast, brunch and lunch favorites get a creative spin at T’s. The seasons are embraced in uniquely delightful ways, like Lobster Eggs Benedict during the summer and the heavenly Pumpkin Pancakes in the fall. Everyday essentials include homemade muffins served warm, organic coffee, artisan breads, corned beef hash made in-house and egg specialties made fresh to order with local vegetables. Warm chairs, big tastes, full bellies, grateful smiles. For 34 years, T’s has covered the basics in an extraordinary way.

Al Fresco Dining: Each T’s Restaurant location boasts charming outdoor patios that greet guests with potted flowers, sunshine and smiles. All locations are handicapped accessible, too.

Tis the Season: From expert preparations of in-season ingredients (like the to-die-for Crab Cake Benedicts in the summer), guests are treated to a creative presentation of spring, summer, fall and winter flavors.

Sample Seasonal Menu

Farmers’ Market Omelet
Pork sausage, hickory smoked bacon, Virginia baked ham, sautéed red roasted peppers and onions, and American cheese  

T’s Rose Window Waffle
Belgian waffle with strawberries, blueberries, cling peaches, low-fat vanilla Greek yogurt and granola 

Ooey Gooey French Toast
Glazed cinnamon coffee bun, egg-dipped and grilled to perfection, served with hickory smoked bacon

Grilled Chicken Omelet 
Athenian-style omelet with sautéed chicken, spinach, sundried tomatoes, kalamata olives and feta cheese 

Black Bean Tapas 
Black bean patty topped with an egg, salsa, sour cream and chipotle pepper sauce gluten free 

The Healthy Gobbler Omelet
Egg white omelet with turkey bacon, baby spinach, sautéed button mushrooms and mozzarella cheese

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