As soon as you step into the Bolt Coffee Company, you are hit by the appetizing aroma of coffee being brewed. With a funky, offbeat decor, the atmosphere at this swanky restaurant manages to be laid-back and relaxed without losing its sophistication. The barista treats coffee making as an art, giving extraordinary attention to detail and crafting expert brews that are a delight to the taste buds. They also have a modest tea selection which brim over with as much perfection as the coffees. Relish their Cafe Miel or a Chai Latte while you skim over some books, chat with the friendly barista or lay back and take in the wonderful atmosphere.
The Beehive Cafe is a beautiful little dining establishment on the fringes of Bristol's Independence Park. The menu features salads, burgers, soups, salads and pizzas. The entrees include grilled chicken, pot pies and baked dishes. The ingredients are freshly sourced from local producers or grown in their own herb garden, so guests are assured of quality products. Grab a seat at the patio or the balcony, and enjoy beautiful views of the surrounding area while feasting on your food.
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.
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.
Camille's has served specialties from Italy since 1914 on the edge of Federal Hill, the city's major Italian neighborhood. The kitchen makes plates that are hard to find anywhere else in town, like the melt-in-your-mouth tuna carpaccio or the crisp spinach and melon salad served with pancetta and goat cheese in a creamy apple-cider vinaigrette. The kitchen also has the freshest pollo (chicken), carne (meat) and frutti di mare (seafood) this side of New York City. The atmosphere is quiet, low-key elegance where diners have their choice of dining in the modern lounge or in the main dining room. The main room contains frescoes and other works of art as well as alcoves and bigger tables for groups.
New Harvest takes pride in serving some of the best brews this side of Providence. Directly sourcing their beans from independent producers and farmers, the cafe advocates sustainable retail practices. Each roast has its own distinct personality and aroma, and you can explore them all here. A laid-back coffee shop during the day, New Harvest morphs into an intimate bar for whiskey and coffee cocktails come evening. Team up you cup of java with dessert from local pastry shops like Humble Pie and Foremost Baking. Use the speakeasy entrance post 8p.
Mill's Tavern is a charming seafood and steakhouse resting in the city of Providence in Rhode Island, United States. This lovely restaurant exudes simple elegance with its wooden furnishings and chic ambiance. Having won many awards and accolades including four stars from Forbes, this restaurant delivers an impressive menu and high quality food. From steaks to oysters, each dish is prepared with great care by their highly experienced culinary team.
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.
Parkside Rotisserie & Bar is an elegant addition to the restaurant scene in Providence Downtown. The menu features daily lunch specials and a la carte options like Salad, Pasta and sandwiches like Pulled Pork, Spinach wrap and Hummus Winter Squash Wrap among others. The dinner menu has a variety of options like burgers, Rotisserie selections like Spicy Lemon and Cashew Chicken, Peking Duck and more. Pair your meal with a glass, bottle or half a bottle of wine, scotch, bourbon, cocktails and more.
Ten Prime Steak and Sushi is the ultimate dining experience in a romantic yet fun filled atmosphere. A lot of crowd from all over the city pours in here to taste the amazing hand cut steaks from corn-fed mid-western beef! Along with the steaks, you can also enjoy a full sushi menu featuring nigiri and sashimi and designer rolls. The Octopus-tako, cooked shrimp and Fresh Water Eel—or Unagi as it is called—come highly recommended.