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Food scene in Providence

New American Restaurant
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“A more rustic breakfast spot walking distance away. One of the few places you can have a beer with breakfast. They have really good vegan and Gluten choices. In general their options for breakfast are a bunch of very creative recipes that look beautiful. You will see a line but, it's worth the wait. Rain sleet and snow people like to go wait for these really yummy menu options.”
71 locals recommend
Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant
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“The Grange is a fantastic eating & drinking spot, with craft cocktails and a delish plant-based menu that is vegan and gluten-free friendly. Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner. Interior designed by Kyla Coburn.”
59 locals recommend
Café
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“best known for higher end gourmet organic, local. Great wine list.Always great!”
65 locals recommend
Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant
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“Vegetarian versions of traditional dishes as well as vegan & raw eats served in a casual setting.”
34 locals recommend
Bakery
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“Gluten free, vegan, and kosher! Every single thing tastes like heaven here! We love the seasonal lavender lemon curd cake, the chocolate peanut butter cake, and their bread loafs. Their lattes are great and they have wheatgrass shots too! A little pricey, but won't disappoint! ”
34 locals recommend
Bakery
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“This is one of the best bakeries in Providence. It's located walking distance and you can work inside, it has plenty of spread out seating. ”
43 locals recommend
Bakery
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“Delicious breads, pastries and coffee/tea. About half mile up Hope St. You can order a loaf of bread and have it sliced if you like. Seating outside in nice weather. Papers Prov. Journal, Boston Globe & NYTimes – are behind counter–ya gotta ask for them. Also have a store on Broadway on the West Side.”
45 locals recommend
Bar
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“Fun decor. Great mixed drinks. Theme fitting beer menu. Try the chicken sandwich. ”
36 locals recommend
South American Restaurant
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“Don't let the neighborhood fool you. This is my favorite restaurant to go to in Providence . All you have to do is search the name in Google and you will see the high reviews and beautiful pictures of food. My favorite dishes here is the Lobster Paella , Chevichi and Steak with Fried Egg and Rice, Yummy”
30 locals recommend
New American Restaurant
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“Warm beautiful deco atmosphere, really good food, great eats at bar. Outside bar round back in nice weather.”
37 locals recommend
Café
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“Busy cafe roasting & serving fair trade, organic coffee on-site, plus herbal teas & outdoor seating.”
34 locals recommend
Dessert Shop
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“Some of the best desserts in the city with fancy coffees or teas. Located on Federal Hill (Providence's little Italy) $$”
28 locals recommend
American Restaurant
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“Our favorite ice-cream spot provides unique flavor combinations. Cross the street and walk the Blackstone Boulevard while you enjoy your tasty treat.”
26 locals recommend
American Restaurant
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“lovely food, nice but not pretentious atmosphere. fish is always a good choice here!”
25 locals recommend
New American Restaurant
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“This American brasserie is the first restaurant I fell in love with in Providence and is still my favorite! This is also in Wayland Square area, where you can do a little shopping.”
17 locals recommend
Bar
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“Simply: North is my favorite restaurant in Providence. Their space is intimate and hip, the food is thoughtful, unexpected, and exquisite. They could easily be charging 2-3 times more for their dishes, yet they don't. ”
28 locals recommend