Small Point Café started with the place. In 2010, founders Adam and Anne fell in love with the light, the brick walls and the concrete floors. They envisioned a café that values community, sustainability, good food and good people, and got the ball rolling.

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Nowadays, Adam keeps the ball rolling, and you just might find him working the counter or see him at the local market picking up ingredients. 

We want Small Point to be mutually beneficial to our family, staff, suppliers, and customers. To demonstrate, through our success, the contributions of efforts in conservation, composting, recycling, care and quality have to a more sustainable world and bettering communities.

We go out of our way to source and serve foods that we feel good about. Eggs from Baffoni Farm, apples and cider sourced seasonally from Barden orchard, cheese, butter and yogurt from Cabot and Narragansett Creamery, organic coffee from Equal Exchange, and fresh local milk.

Enjoy and have fun! 

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• fast, good, healthy, affordable • eat in or take away •

• Sandwiches, salads, bagels, egg ‘n’ cheese, pizza strips, spinach pies, croissants, cookies, pies, quiche, soup, and more!

• Breads and treats, sweet and savory, made fresh daily. Menu options and prices are subject to change

• gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan or raw options available

a nice place to be 


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Our name reflects a local origin: English settlers called the native people Narragansett, adapted from Nanhigganeuck, meaning "people of the small point."