Hanley's Ale House

52 Pine St., Providence | 401-861-0001Business Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 11:30am-1am; Friday, 11:30am-2am; Saturday, noon-2am | Meals Served: Lunch, Dinner | Cusine: American and pub fare | Atmosphere: …

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52 Pine St., Providence | 401-861-0001
Business Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 11:30am-1am; Friday, 11:30am-2am; Saturday, noon-2am | Meals Served: Lunch, Dinner | Cusine: American and pub fare | Atmosphere: Sports bar | Alcohol: Full bar | Outdoor Seating: No | Reservations: Yes | Kid Friendly: No | Parking: Street, private lot | Credit Cards Accepted: Yes | Delivery: No

A perfect pairing of local history and modern comfort, Hanley's Ale House is a restaurant, sports bar and entertainment complex named for the original Hanley's Brewery that stood in its location in the early 1900s (pictured below). While the exposed brick and 17' ceilings speak to Hanley's past, it has been updated with 30 flat screen TVs, a selection of 70 beers, and a great sound system.

The menu encompasses traditional American sports bar cuisine, done with a twist using fresh, local ingredients. From Buffalo Wings to homemade Reuben Egg Rolls to Grilled Romaine, Hanley's offers something for everyone. They're cooking up delectable burgers and sandwiches, hearty entrees and pastas, oven fresh pizzas, creative salads and much more. But it's not just bar food: Hanley's has lighter fare and even gluten-free options available for conscientious diners.

The bar at Hanley's is the place to be for after work drinks or game day. The two spacious bars were custom made using native New England wood, and serve 70+ beers, including 30 craft selections. After dark you can partake in events like pub trivia, or dance the night away to the DJs pumping up the killer sound system. With 6300 square feet of food, drinks, sports and entertainment, Hanley's is your destination for fun, and is available for private parties and events.

Can't-Miss Dish: The Reuben-Lover's Reuben: corned beef slow roasted for six hours is piled on freshly baked rye bread with melted Swiss cheese and fresh, crunchy sauerkraut, with a side of 1000 Island dressing.

Insider Tip: One door down, you can relax in the upscale lounge at Ale House Cigars and take advantage of the selections from their humidor.