Topic: Restaurant Week Spring 2014

New Harvest is a hidden Arcade gem for Providence students, local coffee aficionados and new and seasoned whiskey enthusiasts alike.

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New Harvest crafts expert sweets and sours

April 18, 2014 1 comment

New Harvest Coffee and Spirits’ low-key location inside the Arcade off Westminster Street belies its sophisticated menu and expert service.

Rustic eatery on Hope Street offers a taste of New England

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Rustic eatery on Hope Street offers a taste of New England

April 17, 2014 0 comments

Cook and Brown Public House, Hope Street’s New England-inspired gastropub, serves up mouthwatering and creative cuisine with a focus on local ingredients.

After studying international relations as an undergraduate, Trent Page’98  began his career in the food industry as a dishwasher in New Zealand.

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Trent Page ’98, chef de cuisine at Google, dishes on his experience

April 17, 2014 0 comments

Trent Page ’98 followed a somewhat unconventional recipe for success in the culinary world.

Over 30 years ago, Al Forno’s grilled pizza made Providence prominent on the national restaurant scene. Owners George Germon and Johanne Killeen invented the dish, but the origins remain a partial mystery.

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City food scene fosters trattorias, traditions

April 16, 2014 0 comments

You need to wait until it’s lit, Chef Phil Niosi explains. Then it’s really something to see.

The Korean barbecued squid and pork belly at Denden Cafe Asiana provides a combination of spicy and refreshing flavors. The cafe is located at the corner of Benefit and Meeting streets.

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Asian cafe spices up College Hill

April 16, 2014 0 comments

The most important part of the restaurant — the menu — is large and diverse, offering delicacies from both Japanese and Korean cuisines.

In Jewelry District, a southern sensibility

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In Jewelry District, a southern sensibility

April 15, 2014 0 comments

A recent morning at Succotash, a dining establishment situated along Richmond Street in the Jewelry District, came with an unexpected development.

Kitchen, a breakfast spot on Federal Hill, serves up a special croissant French toast with real maple syrup. The eatery also offers a range of other breakfast foods, including omelets and muffins.

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Kitchen makes masterful classic brunch

April 14, 2014 0 comments

The tables at Kitchen are already dressed with ketchup, sriracha sauce, a jug of sugar — the essentials.