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Favorite Restaurant in Providence, RI?

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What is your favorite dining spot in Providence, RI? Feel free to post your answer below, perhaps including a description and what you like at the restaurant. [Go here to post a reply.]


Maryct70 wrote:
Camilles on Federal Hill.
(Posted on 6/5/09)

r.c. wrote:
The Red Fez, on Peck!
(Posted on 6/7/09)

Trey wrote:
Blaze on Hope St.
(Posted on 11/6/09)

KP wrote:
Not Just Snacks on Hope Street for AMAZING Indian.
(Posted on 12/4/09)

CT wrote:
Nick's on Broadway - Breakfast
Pastiche - Dessert
(Posted on 12/4/09)

SPG wrote:
Brickway Cafe on Wickenden St.
Apsara on Public St.
(Posted on 12/4/09)

Gillian M wrote:
Chez Pascal- Amazing little French place on Hope St. great Market Monday Menu which comes from the Saturday farmers' market and a hot dog truck to die for! La Laiterie- Wonderful special occasion place. Great Mac and Cheese, house made Charcuterie, and cheese (above all).
Nick's on Broadway- Very fun, Delicious food all around. The kitchen is completely open so patrons can watch their meal as it is prepared. To-die-for brunch!
New Rivers- bigger dining room after the recent expansion, but the strict local seasonal still rocks my socks every time.
Sawaddee- small, cheap, grungy-looking Thai place with great food. Donít be fooled by the strange mix of music or the faded wallpaper. The Rama sauce must be made with sunshine, I wish they sold it by the bottle.
Constantino's/Venda Ravioli- For all things Italian
Modern Diner- for your greasy all-American diner breakfast fix. A historic landmark to boot.
Local 121- Local seasonal menu plus a great bar scene. Try the burger...seriously.
(Posted on 2/10/10)


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