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Lacy
Fredericksburg, Virginia

Providence

Best dinner in Providence—that also has a great atmosphere?

I'm thinking of taking a weekend trip to Providence. I'd love to hear your dinner recommendations for delicious food (any cuisine) and a great atmosphere—think Edison bulb light fixtures and good music. Thanks!


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Taylor from Pennsylvania

Hey Lacy!  There are so many awesome restaurants in Providence.  Where do I even begin?  For great Italian food, head to Al Forno Restaurant.  It can be a bit pricey, but the food is wonderful.  The restaurant itself has good vibes, but is a little removed from the downtown area.  I really like the restaurant Andreas on Thayer St.  It's Greek-American style food and you feel like you're in the Mediterranean in the restaurant.  It's also right on Thayer Street which is a really happening area.  Gracie's is also really great.  The food is original and delicious and it's got a nice atmosphere.  I would also really recommend eating at The Duck and Bunny.  It is charming and the food is fabulous.  I've only ever gone for brunch and it was awesome, but I know they offer charcuterie plates and more savory style crepes at night.  It's one of my favorite Providence haunts.  For a tapas style restaurant, try Bodega Malasana.  It's small, cute and very Spanish. For some traditional tapas and some nice beer or wine head there.  For a fun, more casual vibe go to Red Stripe.  The mussels and fries, done in varying flavor combinations, are their specialty and they have good cocktails too.  That's a good list to start, but there are awesome places everywhere you turn in Providence.  You will not leave unsatisfied.  Enjoy!


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Jonathan from Warwick, Rhode Island

I would recommend birch restaurant or North, both are fairly new and have received many awards. Make sure you make reservations a week, two, sometimes more in advance for birch it's a small place and very popular.


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Cheryl from Charlestown (Rhode Island)

French restaurant is Pot au Feu. Off Weybosset Street.


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david from Providence

Gracie's is best upscale food - free valet and safe prt of town downtown


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