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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.
Set up as a U-shaped restaurant that seats about 20 people, Birch is a great place to go to if you are looking to have a relaxed evening out while meeting new, interesting people. The menu is prix fixe and consists of 4 courses with each course having 3 items and an optional wine flight that you should certainly try once. Each dish is a culinary masterpiece and you will be amazed at how perfectly the wine matches the food served. With a menu that changes quite frequently, expect delicious surprises in store for you even if you visit often. If you are looking for a flawless dining experience, Birch is the place to go to.
Providence Phoenix readers have voted Snookers Pool Lounge the Best Pool Hall in Rhode Island for three straight years. This versatile spot on the edge of downtown in Providence's Jewelry District, features 16 pool tables, the Skyline Patio Bar and also serves food and drink into the late hours. Snookers is home to The Green Room, where rockabilly, pop, alternative and garage music from Rhode Island, Boston and New York is performed in an intimate environment with no cover charge. Pool table rates start at $6.50 per hour, $20 to enter tournaments on Mondays and Wednesdays. Food served includes pizza, burgers and grinders.
Urban chic yet laidback at the same time, Askew is much more than a restaurant. Here, you’ll find just about every form of entertainment; any genre of music, from acoustic, blues and pop to comedy shows with local up-and-coming acts performing every night. Retro memorabilia and artworks of local artists adorn the wall and add more character to the place. One of the interesting features of this restaurant is that everything on the menu from chicken tenders to Cajun Shrimp and Sausage is served on a stick. A thriving entertainment venue, and a restaurant, it is the melting pot of the culturally inclined patrons of Providence.
If you are in the mood for some delicious pizza, you can simply head to Fellini Pizzeria, as it’s impossible to go wrong with this restaurant. The flavorful variety of pizzas made from scratch are served hot and the freshness of the ingredients is quite easy to make out. You have the option to order an entire pizza or eat by the slice if you are not particularly hungry. They also have sandwiches, delectable salads and rich, creamy desserts on offer. The service can be slightly slow, but don’t let that bother you as the delightful dishes are well worth the wait. However, if you are feeling lazy to go out, you can always call for a home delivery which is quite timely.
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.