For people who like to give their homes an artistic touch, Homestyle is the place to shop. Choose from a variety of furniture, gifts and fine art. Most of the items available offer a mix of contemporary and old art. Be it a pen set, a kid's toy or a sofa and table, the designs are simple yet aesthetically appealing. If you are confused with all the stuff available and can't decide what to place where in your house, don't worry...you can avail of owner Lisa Newman Paratore's interior decorating services too!
Men and women can fulfill all their fashion needs at this downtown clothing store named Clover. Nearly 50 designers have lined up their collections at Clover, leaving every shopper spoilt for choice. With collections being ever-changing, there is always reason to return. Discounts are available on the arrival of new seasonal collections, leaving many a shopper with half an eye fixed on the store. Despite discount season, the dresses at the stores are priced very reasonably.
Family owned furniture store Bowl and Board have carved a niche for themselves in the US. Part of a chain, the store specializes in providing home-carved bathroom and kitchen supplies. Also available are a range of tables and drawer sets for the outdoor garden or one to be neatly placed beside the bed, serving as a side-table. Often unrivaled for its variety on store, opinions on the quality might be divided depending on one's needs. Yet, the store could well be the one to bowl you over, leading your spending to go overboard.
Symposium Books aims to generate a collective sense of togetherness amongst its various buyers. Through various blogs, discussions and reviews from publishing insiders, not only one gets a broader understanding of what's on store but also gets first-hand recommendations for future purchases. Staking the best of academic books, fiction and non-fiction titles in hard backs and paper backs also accompany the same. Prominent western writers accompany famous eastern authors due to the strong influence of the Asian community residing in Providence. Call to keep tabs on ongoing book signing events at the store from time to time.
American Eagle Outfitters, is indeed the one stop shop where you can dress and accessories yourself from head to toe. This store promises you earrings, clothes, bracelets, lingeries, shoes and much more at extremely reasonable rates. This unisex store promises to have something for everyone. With customer satisfaction as their motto, shopping here is bound to be an excellent experience.
This is a private 18-hole Bent grass course. Non-members pay a USD25 weekday green fee for 18 holes, and USD25 during peak season for 9 holes. The fees for weekends are the same. Gas carts are available, priced from USD13 for nine holes, and USD24 for 18 holes. Pull carts and rental clubs are not available. A Golf Pro is on site, and there is a no denim dress code. Check with pro shop for weekend hours. A bar and restaurant are on site. Members sign for everything, no cash or credit cards.
The fathomless nature of chocolates' appeal might be tough for one to comprehend. What makes it more intriguing is when presented in varied shapes, the appeal only but increases. When it comes to bon-bons, this store is sure to crack every chocolate nut. Having lived the aspirations of having his own chocolate confectionery, Andrew Shorts has covered many a lip dark-brown. Mixing traditional favorites like fruit and nut to the off-beat peanut butter, you can opt for a one-off trial or have it all at one go with the seasonal collection. Don't fret about tooth aches for the delights at this store is sure to spring sweet-teeth even in dentures.
The extent to which dishes can be made using cheese is unfathomable. Aside from having the ability to play a part in each of the three courses, even varied fine wine can't be distinguished without them. Importing and creating the best of foreign and American cheeses are Matt and Kate Jennings in their East Providence cheese shop. Dining has expanded into new dimensions since their shop opened in 2003, so much so that the duo themselves got in the mix of things and opened the La Laiterie adjacent to the place to provide Rhode Islanders with their own share of fine gourmet foods and cheesecakes, probably also increasing gym revenues in the process.
For all those pet hobbyist and enthusiast, 'Rhode Island Aquarium & Pet Center' is the right place to be. They house small animals, reptiles and fish. Products include protein skimmers, dog and cat foods such as Abady and Canidae, filters from Eheim. You can dress up your pet with the exclusive ornaments. They also offer free services like diagnosis of fish disease and free water testing among a few.
The Eastside Marketplace is easily the most popular food store on the east side of Providence. While you can get good meats, produce, canned goods and organic foodstuffs, the extras are what distinguish this market from the rest. Free coffee is provided for shoppers. There is a delicatessen, florist, bakery and a cafe. Make your selection from the deli, soup and salad bar or sushi bar, and dine in the cafe among a great selection of newspapers, magazines and books. Sip a delicious latte while enjoying the outside view from large windows.
Prospect Park offers one of the best views available of
downtown Providence from its lofty perch atop College Hill on Providence's East Side. From here you can see downtown hotels and other skyscrapers, the State House, and the splendid ...
Chepachet, thirty minutes from Providence, is an example of small
town New England life. The town is one of several in northwestern Rhode Island. Chepachet, considered country before the advent of highways, retains the atmosphere of small town Main ...