Establece la posición actual
Harry's Bar & Burger es adonde se deben dirigir cuando el estómago les pida cerveza artesanal y hamburguesas en College Hill. Todos los patis están hechos con carne de vaca Hereford certificada y la porción está compuesta por dos minihamburguesas. De la cocina también salen emparedados, alitas, perros calientes y las "Must Fries", que son exactamente eso, unas patatas fritas que simplemente deben probar. En lo relativo a las bebidas frías, Harry's ofrece una selección hipervariada de cervezas sabrosas, muchas en barril y que cambian todos los días, y es sin ninguna duda un sitio donde experimentar ya que no encontrarán ni una sola huella de opciones locales como Budweiser, Coors, etc. Otro de los beneficios es que la comida y la bebida se venden a precios universitarios.
Located in Providence, Haven Brothers Diner is touted to be one of the oldest food truck restaurants in America. It was established in 1888 as a lunch cart by Anne Philomena Haven. Featured in TV shows and films, this historic diner has attained cult status, drawing in a crowd looking to sample some of their iconic eats. The menu stays true to form, serving classic, no-frills American diner staples like cheeseburgers, subs, hot dogs, and sides. Their Triple Murder Burger is famous and not for the faint of heart; two people could easily share this mammoth tower of burger patties, toppings, and bread.
Famous throughout Rhode Island for their delicious grinders, the Hudson Street Deli serves 13 signature sandwiches, which are loved by most of their customers. Located at the western end, this classic deli has a variety, that you will never be bored of. The classic Italian grinder is a hot favorite, while others like Hurricane Tuna Melt, Willow Tree Wrap and Havana's Best also remain to be popular. Please call ahead to know their hours of operation during summer.
Hot Wiener is a dish unique to the state of Rhode Island and Olneyville New York System is a famous pioneer in preparing and popularizing this dish. Dating back to the early 20th Century, this historic and award-winning restaurant serves wieners soaked in their signature sauce, accompanied by cups of coffee milk. Preserving the traditional recipes, its wieners resemble hot dogs and are made by filling mustard sauce, soyabean oil, celery salt and onions into hot dog rolls. The late-night hours attract everyone, from the young to the aged and locals as well as tourists. Indeed, it is one of the best spots to sample the specialized cuisine of the region.