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January 11, 2012

EAST GREENWICH – Rolling Stones may not gather any moss, but at least one of them gathered at Besos Teahouse recently. That would be the high-powered Charlie Watts, drummer of the Rolling Stones.

Watts, former Gov. Don Carcieri and other Rhode Island dignitaries have discovered what East Greenwich residents are quickly coming to relish – the unique new eatery whose name means “kisses,” while smacking of great food.

But Rolling Stones are not the only stones of great popularity within E.G.’s newest nightspot, which opened on Oct.1 in the heart of town at 378 Main St. Executive Chef and co-owner Tony Morales’ sizzling steak on hot stones has rapidly become the most requested special dish.

For more on this story, check out the Jan. 12 edition of the East Greenwich Pendulum.

Southern Rhode Island Newspapers
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