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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.
Drinks, sumptuous food and live music six nights a week is what you'll get at the Hi-Hat. It's this unbeatable combination that keeps the crowds coming. The main attraction though are the live acts. Past performances include Kenny Loggins, the World Series Band and the Ocean State Follies. If you're planning your own get together, check out the Hi-Hat private room that seats up to 30 people. The menu entices you with Calamari dishes, seafood platters and a variety of other excellent assortments. But a must try is the house specialty - the ‘Hi-Hat platter'. It consists of Scallop Rumaki, Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms and Thai Scented Crab Cakes.
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.
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.
Although there are a number of places to get coffee on the East Side, the Coffee Exchange, frequented by hip locals, students and visitors alike, remains one of the most popular and heavily used cafes in town for over 18 years. The company tries to obtain the very wide range of flavorful coffees from organic sources around the world. You can enjoy the pastries while seated inside or on the outside deck that affords a clear view of thriving Wickenden Street. This establishment accepts cash only. Toll free number: + 1 877 263 3334.
Persimmon is the brainchild of renowned chef Champe Speidel and his wife Lisa. The Speidel couple welcome guests into this high-end contemporary space serving delicious American cuisine. Since its establishment in 2005, Persimmon has joined the ranks in becoming one of the best in Bristol's culinary scene. The chef constantly innovates with recipes to offer guests something new regularly. Wine pairing meals are offered here.