This restaurant has offered fine French dining in downtown Providence for more than 15 years. Comprised of a formal dining room upstairs and a basement dining area that is reminiscent of a wine cellar, Pot au Feu can provide both group dining and intimate eating experiences. The French fare served here is considered excellent-the Chicken and Grapes is a popular choice. Set in the downtown financial district, Pot au Feu is also just a few blocks from the major downtown hotels and near the river, where visitors can see WaterFire.
This is the original Geoff's, opened more than 20 years ago and boasting perhaps the best sandwiches in Providence. The restaurant is known for its wisecracking help and delightful sandwiches, many of which bear the names of local political figures. This is the place to go for a quick takeaway meal, complete with help-yourself homemade pickles. This Geoff's, unlike its sister further up College Hill, also has a small parking lot, and is just one block from downtown Providence. Delivery service is available.
You can find everything from beef Wellington and Dover Sole to handmade pastas and desserts at this restaurant. Capriccio's also offers more than 550 wines. There are two dining rooms carved out of the historic cellars of the building, where tuxedoed waiters give tableside service. Alcoves and cobblestone floors add to the Old World charm. There is also a plush lounge and piano bar, complete with singers four nights a week.
This stylish, attractive restaurant on Federal Hill features a full bar and wine list, selection of cigars and sterling Italian cuisine. Items served include a filet mignon in mushroom and wine demiglaze, oversized lobster ravioli, grilled turkey breast, and pasta in a veal, beef and pork sauce. There are French doors allowing an interesting street view and al fresco dining in warm weather. On the weekends the second floor transforms into a Latin discoteca with pulsating music and dance.
Angelo's is a third generation Italian family restaurant that's been serving patrons on Federal Hill since 1924. It has a casual dining environment of booths and counters, but the food is hearty, satisfying Italian and American at very low prices. Their pastas are popular and their meat dishes are good, too. They also offer a full bar. Since they do not take reservations, you will want to get to Angelo's early for dinner to beat the crowds at this popular eatery. Cash only.
The Red Bridge Tavern' name acknowledges that everyone crossing the small bridge that links the East Side to East Providence still calls it the Red Bridge. This homey restaurant with fresh American fare cooked to order is the first restaurant you come to on Waterman Ave after crossing the bridge. Menu items include Cider Marinated Pork Chops, Steak Tips, Broiled Swordfish and pasta with sauces like Shrimp Scampi and Seafood Special. Prices are very reasonable. There is a children's menu, a full bar and pool table.
This is a rustic, historic place that overlooks scenic East Greenwich harbor, about 20 minutes south of Providence. Pull up to the dock in your boat or arrive by car. Lunches and dinners that heavily emphasize local seafood, including scrod and scallops, are served along with classics like sirloin steak and pork chops. The kitchen closes at around 10p but the tavern stays open as people drink and listen to the live entertainment provided nightly on the outside deck. Indoor and outdoor dining on the docks. This spot can be a very lively place on weekend nights. Great spot for meetings and weddings.
This is a true Irish pub, complete with lacy curtains and a stove burning in the winter. Hearty fare like bangers and mash (sausage and potatoes), shepherd's pie, and farmers stew are featured along with pots of Irish tea and homemade apple pie. The pub serves Irish brunch every Sunday, and boast of the East Bay's best selection of European ales. Food is available from 11:30am until 10pm, 11pm on the weekends. It is located 20 minutes south of Providence on picturesque Bristol Harbor.
A number of Rhode Islanders choose Cranston's Twin Oaks as their special occasion restaurant. Rhode Island Monthly voted it the Best Restaurant for nine years running, and its steaks, seafood and hospitality have also garnered top citations. Twin Oaks has a businessman's luncheon, early bird specials, a children's menu and a senior citizens menu. Open for lunch and dinner every day but Monday, this grand traditional American dining experience is one to try when visiting Rhode Island. The restaurant has a full service bar.
Just 15 minutes south of Providence via Route 114, the restaurant sits in Warren on the bay, offering a lovely view. Patrons are invited to select a live lobster for their dinner, or sip a beer or a glass of wine. You can also munch on items like baked swordfish at lunch. There is an outdoor deck, so in good weather you can take in the view while enjoying the charcoal-broiled meats and other favorites like chicken cordon bleu or scallops Nantucket. Wedding and banquet facilities are also available.
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