Bites Nearby: Italian, North Kingstown Style

Junction Trattoria & Bistro is serving up some killer dishes.

Been looking for a place that's great to bring the family or the buddies for a few brews and chow after dinner that isn't a super hokey chain restaurant?

Enter Junction Trattoria & Bistro. From amazing entrees to killer pizzas and yummy appetizers, the smell of Junction is like the best kind of aromatherapy. The trattoria side is great for family outings and can even be rented on Sundays (free of charge) for private parties and events while the bistro side is a more mellow area to relax, grab a bite to eat and mingle with friends.

With 15 draft beers and more bottled, even the pickiest of beer drinkers will be able to find something to suit their palate. (We suggest pairing a Wachushett draft with Junction's buffalo chicken pizza!) Those light on cash, say no more: drafts of Bud Light and Coors Light are also only $2 while all well drinks are just $4.

If the servers and cooks at Junction look familiar, there's a good reason why: the restaurant's management makes it a point to hire local North Kingstowners to serve patrons and whip up excellent meals.

So, next time you're swinging through the rotary outside Walmart, we ask you to slow down and drop in at Junction Trattoria & Bistro.

  • Bistro Pizza with spinach, gorgonzola, dried cranberries, caramelized onions and balsamic glaze, $12 for a 12-inch and $16.50 for a 16-inch.
  • Veal Parmigiana with breaded veal cutlet served with Junction's own marinara sauce, fresh basil and mozzarella cheese with your choice of pasta, $16.99.
  • Blackened Chicken In Vodka Cream Sauce, $11.99.


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