172 Exchange Street Pawtucket, RI 02860 +1 401 723 4266
Founded in 1984 by seven members of Trinity Rep Conservatory, it gets its name from actress Sandra Feinstein. Gamm presents plays so that the audience can feel on intimate terms with the actors and the settings. The 131-seat venue also once housed the Pawtucket Police Department vehicles. Productions include Power Play, Red Noses, A Man Obsessed, Julius Ceaser Takes a Tour of Duty in Iraq, Aunt Dan and Lemon, King Lear and The Crucible. Please check website for buying tickets.
40 Providence Place 4th Floor Providence, RI 02903 +1 401 270 4555
Peppercorn Ribeye Steak, Chargrilled Atlantic Salmon, Classic Philly Cheesesteak, Cajun Shrimp Alfredo - the food is good enough to drag you to this place. But hold on, that's not all. Dave & Buster's is a game addict's dream come true: billiards, shuffleboard and over 200 video and arcade games! To complete the picture, the menu has a drink for everyone and two separate bars. So you can drink wherever you are, eat whatever you want and game on.
92 Spruce Street Providence, RI 02903 +1 401 861 5190
Visitors to Pastiche Fine Desserts & Café, located off Dean Street on Federal Hill, may find it hard to choose between the numerous mouth-watering confections on display. Their pastries are created from only the freshest and finest ingredients. They offer a wide range of sweets: from tarts and tortes that recall sophisticated European venues, to classic American cakes and brownies. Patrons can sit to enjoy dessert and a cup of tea or specialty coffee at one of the café's small tables, but they fill up fast in the evening. Pastries, which vary seasonally, may be purchased whole or by the piece. -Karen Melchers
186 Fountain Street Providence, RI 02903 +1 401 453 2337
Trinity Brewhouse took its name from the Trinity Repertory Playhouse next door, but it attracts customers on its own. From sports fans to business people, theater-goers to students, they come to enjoy the beers brewed on the premise. Located across the street from the Dunkin' Donuts Center and the Rhode Island Convention Center, this is a great spot to grab a bite or a beer after a convention or a concert. A varied and moderately-priced menu includes pub-style sandwiches, salads, create-your-own 12 inch pizzas, sandwiches, burgers, appetizers, and entrees. A children's menu and desserts are also available at this casual location although the kitchen closes at midnight. At least six beers are on tap each night, like pilsners, stouts, and porters.
172 Pine Street Providence, RI 02903 +1 401 454 5483
Ultra The Nightclub has beautiful decor that is matched by the great service. Their bar list is extensive and features beers, champagne, rums, and whiskey. This nightclub has an incredible selection of music which includes hip hop, R & B, dance, progressive, and vocals. The main room at Ultra has four bars, three dance platforms, laser light system, and two VIP areas. The Ultra Lounge has three bars, three dance platforms, one dance floor, large VIP room with bar, and other VIP areas. Check their website for details on up coming events.
1 Avenue Of The Arts Providence, RI 02903 +1 401 222 1467
Veterans Memorial Auditorium or VMA Arts & Cultural Center is an art and cultural destination. The 1900-seat theater is well-known for fantastic acoustics, the grand proscenium stage and of course the beautiful interiors. This place has always been close to the hearts of the locals as an important venue in the cultural history and present life of Rhode Island. This is where many legendary artists and local performers have performed. It is registered as a historic place On the National Register of Historic Places.
Providence has plenty to boast about, from nightclubs to party halls, cinemas to great event venues. Well now here's another addition to the list. Columbus Theater on Broadway has two great event spaces in one location. The main auditorium has 650 orchestra seats and 150 seats on the mezzanine level. Every seat has a great view of the stage so you won't miss a single detail. The acoustics are awesome too! The second venue here, the Cinematheque is more intimate with 200 seats. Both the venues have facilities for film projection.
130 Union Street Providence, RI 2903 +1 401 861 2142
The Met Cafe on Union Street is operated in conjunction with Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel. Is a small and cozy venue that is great for social events and family parties. Met has a capacity of around 200 and has a very down-to-earth, relaxed environment. The bar is a great place to hang out, with its 120 taps pouring drinks of all sorts. Various local, highly talented bands play here on their way to stardom. All in all, this is a fun, upbeat place to visit.
10 Memorial Boulevard GTech Center Providence, RI 02903 +1 401 272 2271
Enjoy the perfect dining experience at Ruth's Chris Steak House in downtown Providence. The seafood here is the freshest available and is picked from the local market nearby. The Portobello mushrooms, steaks topped with loads of butter and an unending list of appetizers are bound to put you into a finger licking battle! Ruth's Chris Steak House has the finest range of vintage wines that can be taken by the bottle or glass.
250 Westminster Street Providence, RI 02903 +1 401 421 3300
Tazza Cafe is a funky neighborhood cafe and bar offering cocktails and coffees with a lot of delicious Italian and Mediterranean cuisines. Try their Antipasto Board which is a mixture of Italian meats, cheese, grilled vegetables and olives...but the Clams Zuppacomes highly recommended. Their signature pastas include Pappardelle Funghi, Spaghetti alla Carbonara and Linguine Vongole. Service is warm and friendly and the witers are always at hand to serve you. A lot of events take place here, so check their website for updated details on the up coming ones.
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