Little Bitte Pop-up @ The Mint Gallery


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 Friday, 8/26 | 6-9pm


The Mint Gallery, 433 Hope St, Bristol, RI 02809

We’re so excited!!! Join us at The Mint Gallery with Save the Bay RI for a delectable evening of art, oysters & craft cocktails. Featuring live music, 2 signature cocktails by Little Bitte Artisanal Cocktails, bites by The Space at 195 Franklin / Private Dining Club & Catering, a live auction & lots of surprises! Tickets are going fast, get ‘m while you can!

Proceeds from live auction and artwork sold throughout the night will be donated to Save The Bay for their educational programs.

Join Little Bitte at WaterFire this Saturday!

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Biergarten Under the Willows (Waterplace Basin)

August 20th, 2016 |  7-11pm

Gerbermuhle:  Biergarten Unter den Weiden will feature drinks from Little Bitte Artisanal Cocktails.   The new beer garden with beer and cocktails focusing on Frankfurt specialties is located just upstream of  Waterplace Basin in the heart of the downtown river park, under the willow trees at the foot of the IGT building.  Forty five tables, specially made by WaterFire will mount on the river railing overlooking the double row of bonfires for your dining pleasure. Please join us for a cocktail or a mocktail at WaterFire this summer.

This is truly one of our favorite venues to make cocktails!


Full WaterFire Schedule 2016

❤ Little Bitte


Little Bitte Pop-up Alert

Thursday 8/18/16 |  6-9pm
Providence Share Space, 140 Broadway, Providence, RI
Join Little Bitte & our pals Field of Artisans at Providence Share Space to celebrate their final night market if the season on 8/18/16. Come taste a lil’ collaboration we’ve got cooking with Farmer Willies Ginger Beer  & 2 new signature cocktails!!
Providence Share Space is a member of Providence Gallery Night, and trolley stop, which happens on the third Thursday of every month. Thursday evening will be the last round for this season<3 Little Bitte


This Bloody Mary Is Made With Fresh Tomatoes

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After a recent pilgrimage to Block Island, I can still hear the lovely sisters at the Darius Inn chiming, “There’s a reason for every season.” It’s a refrain that won’t seem to quiet in the back of my mind. They’re right – certain activities and flavors are best left to certain times of the year.

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In August, fresh tomatoes speak for themselves, and I′m getting ready to harvest, slice, crush, can, and – yes – drink my weight in tomatoes. Fresh tomato juice may, in fact, be one of the reasons I was put on this planet. It′s silky, savory, and mysteriously light compared to off-the-shelf bottled varieties. Sure, a tomato from the grocery store will do the trick, but not during the late summer months.

Gold Rush, Green Zebras, Black Krim – heirloom tomatoes are an exceptionally poetic lot. In winter, I dream about their peculiar shades and organic shapes, deeply creased and delightfully blotched with color. Ask me in February what varieties of tomato I’ll be growing later that year and I′ll spout off the lyrical list: Early Girl, Brandywine, Purple Cherokee. I deeply look forward to August and its fruitful bounty. And all those tomatoes, of course, mean Bloody Marys…

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The drink was purportedly invented by Ferdinand “Pete” Petiot at Harry’s New York Bar in Paris after World War I, when canned tomato juice first hit the market. Pete added vodka, a dash of lemon, and a few spicy seasonings, and the rest is history…

Visit Puddingstone Post for the full story  + recipe

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Thanks to Jungil Hong for being the beautiful model mama and Isabel Mattia and Adam for your keen vegetable curation and beautiful farm. And a toast to the ever-inspiring Walker’s Roadside Stand for your beautiful ″ugly″ tomatoes. They never disappoint.

See you at Castle Hill Inn!

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Join Little Bitte on August 2nd for a Benefit for Farm Fresh Rhode Island!
Enjoy the flavors of New England at Castle Hill Inn

Tuesday, August 2, 2016 Join us for an evening celebrating Rhode Island farmers, fishermen and food artisans featuring dozens of local farmers and producers teamed up with renowned area chefs including chefs from Castle Hill Inn & Resort and Newport Restaurant Group. Meet these local stars and enjoy seasonal cocktails, local wine, beer, live music and the beautiful water-view setting of Castle Hill — all while benefiting the programs of Farm Fresh Rhode Island through a silent auction and raffle.

4pm – Special Preview Hour.
Exclusive time with chefs and farmers includes live cooking, hors d’œuvres, champagne and raw bar.

5pm – Doors open.
Live cooking, silent auction and flavorful festivities.

7:59pm – Enjoy the sunset and breathtaking bridge view.

The Local Food Fest is open to the public, but tickets are limited. The event regularly sells out, so purchase your tickets early! Children under 12 are free. Tickets include food and a choice of a local wine or beer. Additional drinks can be purchased at the event.

It’s the Summer of Mezcal, and This Is the Frozen Raspberry Drink of Your Dreams


“A good berry picker moves with her hands, not her feet.” The words have been emblazoned into my mind from years of driving up the dirt road to the berry patch at Macomber Farm. I can still see Mr. Macomber whizzing down the path on his clunky mountain bike, all wheels and spokes, a cloud of dust trailing behind him to meet me by the fence and the “Pick UR Own” sign. Strewn on the picnic table, an inviting stack of green paper baskets would be waiting to be filled to the brim with the ripe berries of the moment.

Even today, as I approach a different farmer, questions dart through my mind: Will he have any strawberries left? Are the raspberries ripe yet? When do the blueberries usually come in, again? How many berries is too many to eat in the field? Damn it, did I leave my sun hat in the car? Yes, I am sure I did…


My favorite mezcal cocktail is the Raspberry Frezcal. I know it sounds Seussian, but it’s the name that’s stuck, summer after summer, when the fresh berries come in. Frezcal is like the older sister of frosé (yes, that’s frozen blended rose) that only leaves the house in kitten heels – vibrant, pink, frothy, and a bit of an ice queen. I love Raspberry Frezcal….


For the Raspberry Frezcal recipe & the full article visit:

Many thanks to Sweet Berry Farm, Kat Cummings, baby Amon, &  Emelyn Daly

for playing the muse!

❤ Little Bitte


Meet Daisy

Adrienne Nicole’s Lavender Daisy – Photo by Chip Riegel

Laid Back With Lavender

Muddle and pour: the two simple actions involved in building a Daisy, a style of cocktail dating back to the mid-19th century that employs a base spirit, fresh lemon juice, sweetener and a splash of soda water.

The Lavender Daisy, is an utterly refreshing, botanical take on a spritzy sour with a sweet snappy tartness and bold floral character. Fresh muddled blueberry and lavender blossoms reach new complexity, footed by notes of the lemon zest, angelica and almond present in Bombay Sapphire Gin. Honey syrup and fresh lemon juice form a sweet-sour acidity that cuts the perfume of the lavender, seducing the sipper with its honeyed tendrils. The magenta hue of the Lavender Daisy recalls a pink sunset prism and beckons a seat with an ocean view.

Visit edible Rhody for the recipe!

For Summer, Pimm’s and Gin Make a Perfect Match

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The classic Pimm’s Cup receives an update with a shot of gin, fresh herbs & edible blossoms

Ah summer! It always brings our favorite things, like sitting on the porch, wearing plaid at polo matches, sunsets on the lawn, pink shorts, boat shoes, Wimbledon, and, of course, the Pimm’s Cup.

An exquisite vehicle for fresh summer fruit, herbs, and produce, the Pimm’s Cup reigns as one of the best cocktails to ring in the golden hour. Categorized as a “long” or “tall” drink, this classic cocktail is… Read on for the full story & recipe

Little Bitte @ PVDFest!

Come visit Little Bitte at the Festival Bars during PVDFest on Saturday, June 4th from 2-11:30pm!