Ri Ra Irish Pub is located in the original Union Station complex. This is not just a pub but more of an entertainment place. Everything served here has an Irish flavorand is sure to delight you. The warmth and friendly attitude of the waiting staff perfectly complements the delicious food. Ri Ra makes a for a great place to hold functions and is available on rent for private events and parties.
Mc Fadden's is a New York styled Irish Pub in Providence. If you imagined it to be a typical saloon, then you are mistaken. Young crowds come in here every evening and the local DJ plays some latest music keeping the crowd moving. Enjoy a game of basketball on the big screen, while you bite into Black Angus Saloon Burger or Buffalo Chicken Sandwich. Try out the Firehouse Chili, the Asian Chicken Salad or the Classic Chopped salad. The pub also offers place for birthday parties and gatherings.
10 Memorial Boulevard GTech Center Providence, RI 02903
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.
11 Dorrance Street Providence Biltmore Providence, RI 02903
Part of one of the restaurant's many chains, this one has sentimental value attached to it as it's co-founder Bill McCormick's hometown. Located in the Providence Biltmore, the restaurant is built in a tavern-esque style. Sure enough, there is a wide array of cocktails to choose from but the food overshadows the drinks, providing the best of sea-food. Sea-food lovers are more than the quantity of sea-food out there so reservations are recommended.
960 Hope Street Corner of 9th Street Providence, RI 02906
If there is one thing that (rightly) irritates the French it is an improper three course meal. It's no surprise that every chef, while not being a fan of the cuisine can't help but admire the culinary culture. Two such restaurant curators are Matthew and Kristin Gennuso whose Chez Pascal restaurant is bound to leave little margin for error. Lack of variety too can't be a complaint as the restaurant has a diverse cuisine which changes timely aiming to keep even those who've tried it once keep coming back searching for more. Pre-conceived notions of French cuisine may range from truly brilliant to terrible, the place sure aims to either maintain or change it to tres bien!.
Through their travels in Europe, curators Matt and Kate Jennings after the success of their Farmstead Cheese Shop proceeded to open the La Laiterie restaurant. Providing a bistro atmosphere, the availability of American and European cheeses makes sure that the bagel has friends, the toppings in the pizzas runs through cheese-filled veins and the cheesecakes are more succulent than ever. Having no fixed menu, the food offered differs from season to season. What does remain stable is the fine wine selection and the presence of cheese in each of the dishes, giving no visitor an excuse to complain.
This is a popular, upscale nightspot where an after-work drink, easily extends into a flavorful dinner. The Tuna a la Gene (marinated sushi tuna steak) is recommended. Other specialties include lobster ravioli with seared scallops, chicken, broccoli rabe, beans and more over pasta, and grilled veal tenderloin. There is a full bar and extensive wine list; and in good weather the owners open up a more intimate, fenced-in back area for al fresco dining. While the bar stays open late, the kitchen usually closes by 11pm.
Sakura is located in the heart of busy Wickenden Street, close to downtown Providence. It specializes in sushi and vegetarian dinners and what it claims as some of the best teriyaki and sukiyaki in town. Maki is emphasized here, along with house specials like Udon Suki (noodle soup with seafood and vegetables). The ambiance is very Japanese, including an authentic Tatami Room. If you and your date like raw fish, you may want to order Loveboat for Two, which involves an assortment of sushi, sashimi and maki.
Dine on white tablecloths under Greek arches at La Camelia, serving Middle Eastern meals for 20 years. Enjoy international background music and kufta (a ground beef mix) along with the standard shishkebab, baby rack of lamb and grilled boneless quai. This is a small and friendly restaurant just over the bridge from the East Side of Providence. Same day reservations are advisable, but not necessary. The restaurant, which has a nice selection of French wine and serves beer, only accepts cash or personal checks.
The Madeira Restaurant is located just a few minutes from downtown Providence in neighboring East Providence and features a cuisine that represents one of Rhode Island's strong immigrant Portuguese communities. Items such as fish fillets and shishkebab are served here, along with specialties like Alentejana, a dish of marinated pork, littlenecks (clams) and potatoes. This is a comfortable, pleasant space affording a kind of menu not often found in American restaurants.
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