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Neo Pizza
2244 Plainfield Pike, Cranston, RI 02921
Neo Pizza is an award-winning pizzeria and pub located on Plainfield Pike next to Oriental Taste. Some of the items thatMore can be bought at Neo Pizza include pizza by the slice, fish and chips, clam chowder, neopolitan pies, calzones, salads, drinks, beer and wine. The restaurant offers its customers the option to dine in, pick up or have their orders delivered. Neo Pizza can also provide catering for special events like weddings and parties.
Sweenor's Chocolates
43 Hillside Rd, Cranston, RI 02920
Sweenor's Chocolates is a shop located inside Garden City that makes and sells gourmet candies and chocolates. Some ofMore the selections here include gummy bears, sour patch kids, nut clusters, almond bark, coconut clusters, boxes of chocolate, homemade fudge, dark chocolate almond bark, chocolate crayons, sugar free candy, gummy peaches and more. Sweenor's Chocolates also makes chocolate candy bars that can be bought and resold for fundraising events.
Sunshine Auto Detailing & Cleaning
24 Carman St, Cranston, RI 02910
Sunshine Auto Detailing & Cleaning is a garage and auto body shop that specializes in taking cars and motorcyclesMore and making them look brand new again. It regularly works on all sorts of vehicles from small compacts to custom motorcycles to boats and expensive sports cars. It provides windshield replacement, chip repair, accessories, rims, tires, engine steam cleaning, vacuuming, polishing, waxing, glaze and more to ensure your vehicle will look as good as the day you bought it.
Cumberland Farms
659 Reservoir Ave, Cranston, RI 02910
Cumberland Farms is a chain of gas stations and convenience stores that began in 1938 when Vasilios Haseotes and hisMore wife, Aphrodite, bought a small farm in Cumberland, Rhode Island. That small farm eventually grew just across the state's border and over time became the largest farm in Massachusetts. By 1958, Cumberland Farms opened its very first store and in the 21st century Cumberland Farms has grown into about 900 stores throughout the Northeast United States. The Cumberland Farms on Reservoir Avenue sells gasoline, oil, antifreeze, beverages, sandwiches, frozen food, fruit, coffee, candy, newspapers, magazines and lottery tickets. The mart also does money orders, with a limit of $1,800 per day, per customer.
Cumberland Farms
921 Cranston St, Cranston, RI 02920

This Cumberland Farms on Cranston Street sells gasoline, oil, antifreeze, beverages, sandwiches, ediblesMore including Froze Food, fruit, coffee and candy, newspapers, magazines and lottery tickets. The mart also does money orders, with a limit of $1,800 per day, per customer.

Cumberland Farms is a chain of gas stations and convenience stores that began in 1938 when Vasilios Haseotes and his wife, Aphrodite, bought a small farm in Cumberland, R.I. That small farm eventually grew just across the state's border and over time became the largest farm in Massachusetts. By 1958 Cumberland Farms opened its very first store and in the 21st century Cumberland Farms has grown into about 900 stores throughout the Northeast United States.

Miss Cranston Diner
1224 Oaklawn Ave, Cranston, RI 02920

The Miss Cranston Diner is a cultural and culinary landmark. Originally a Worcester lunch car, the restaurant has aMore more-than 60-year history which includes being the inspiration for the failed 1992 sitcom, "Better Days," by former Cranston resident Dan Reo.

Located on Route 5, the Miss Cranston Diner is hard to miss. The name harkens to an earlier time when roadside diners were associated with rough-and-tumble men. Decorated with flowers at each table and a femininely-appointed decor, the name was meant to draw a kinder, gentler clientele.

Current owner Lavon Toumasian bought the diner a few years ago and gave the building a major facelift. Today the diner can hold large groups. In his younger days, Toumasian was a professional soccer player in Armenia, which was a part of the former U.S.S.R. at the time. Before taking over the Miss Cranston, Toumasian was a chef at Wes' Rib House in Providence and ran the Pawtuxet Village Inn in the 1990s.

The menu includes diner breakfast and lunch favorites like steak and eggs, omelets, waffles, club sandwiches and burgers. It also includes pasta, soup, salads, gyros and complete dinners served from 11am to close.

Along with the Cranston location, the Toumasian family operates the Miss Cranston II in West Warwick.