Providence based Ogie’s Trailer Park is a homage to the style and feel of mid-century America. That era from the Birth of Rock until the Death of Disco. Encompassing a fully functioning on-site Trailer Home Kitchen serving unique takes on classic comfort fare, a large outdoor “trailer park” lounge, and a selection of 60 American Beers in Cans, you will feel right at home whether you’re an Elvis (Presley or Costello) fan. Ogie’s is all about simplistic charm, you order at a walk up (inside/outside the venue) window selecting from “Granny Boo’s” eclectic menu. A sample of Ogie’s offerings include but not limited to Southern Rhody Fried Chicken Sandwich with slab bacon, Mac & Cheese Croquettes, Vegan Burgers, Veggie Chili, Grilled PB&J sandwich (chunky or smooth option, talk about aiming to please!) Forget fries…. Ogie’s features Tots! Looking for a way to end a great weekend or start a great week? (It’s a half empty, half full thing) Check out Ogie’s Trailer Park’s Sunday Brunch ranging from Granny Boo’s O’Biscuits topped with sausage gravy to Baby Twinkie’s Vegan French Toast and so much more in between. Don’t forget to ask your server about the brunch cocktail specials! Simply put, Ogie’s is fun and way off the beaten path in a restaurant sense (When you can make a Grill Cheese cool you are doing something right) . Most notably, their food and customer appreciation is outstanding….. They do what they do and they do it right….. RI Blogger is a fan and encourages you to visit Ogie’s Trailer Park at www.ogiestrailerpark.com to learn more!