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Cafe Nuovo presents a contemporary fusion of American, Italian and French favorites under a strict ethos to never mask ingredients with too much cream, butter or sauce, where the items should speak for themselves. A couple of the innovative plates include steak tartare and the duck breast in a peach compote. It's located on the ground floor of the Citizens Bank Building and during great weather, the outdoor piazza offers excellent views of Providence River while you enjoy your drinks or meal.
This cavernous restaurant and cafe/bar also doubles as an antique store. Housed in the old jewelry district's Imperial Place, the cafe offers music and performance nights (such as poetry readings), and popular contemporary cuisine, such as Italian, American and a range of other dishes. This is a favorite hangout for upscale Providence couples and singles seeking an interesting night out with a very attractive ambiance. A selection of antiques is on site for your browsing pleasure. The restaurant has a full service bar.
If you're craving Peruvian food or especially Ceviche, then Los Andes Restaurant in Elmhurst is the place to go. Their menu is filled with a variety of Andean specials which are served in generous portions. As appetizers, Locro is one of their most popular soups and the Ceviche Martini is so authentic, it feels as if you're somewhere in Cuzco or Lima. As an entree, their Parrilada Andina is a massive meat plate filled with ribs, chicken and chorizo served with a side of white rice, fried yucca and a salad. It is definitely big enough for two. Those fond of seafood should order the Paella or the delectable Choritos a la Diablada which are Prince Edward mussels in a bacon, spinach and tomato curry cream sauce. The service is friendly and if you are new to Peruvian food, you can always rely on their waiters for suggestions.