A cozy pub brings a taste of Ireland to the city

4820 Old Post Rd., Charlestown | 401-364-3738

A chic destination by day or night

130F Granite St., Westerly | 401-348-5050 Business Hours: Monday-Thursday 11am-10pm, Friday-Saturday 11am-11pm, Sunday 11am-10pm | Meals Served: Lunch, Dinner | Cusine: Italian, Pizza | Atmosphere: …

A fixture in downtown Providence for 20 years, Trinity Brewhouse serves elevated pub fare in a fun, lively atmosphere.

A delicious piece of Rhode Island’s culinary history

The “Cheers” of Narragansett is for friends, and friends who haven’t met yet

At Sophia’s Tuscan Grille, expect to find delicious comfort food like house-made gnocchi and sauces from scratch in a cozy, welcoming setting.

A taste of traditional Old World Italian foods

Tallulah On Thames 464 Thames Street, Newport | 401-849-2433 Hours: In season (May-October) Wednesday-Sunday 5:30 to close; Sunday brunch 10am-2pm served on the second Sunday of each month. Off …

Experience authentic Tuscan cuisine in a warm and lively atmosphere in the heart of Federal Hill.

657 Park Ave. , Portsmouth | 401-293-5844 Business Hours: Wednesday-Thursday & Sunday, 11:30am-9pm; Friday-Saturday, 11:30am-10pm | Meals Served: Lunch, Dinner | Cusine: Seafood, Italian | …

An authentic cultural experience

Roberto’s is a hometown favorite that draws from the East Bay and beyond.

11 Main St., East Greenwich | 401-885-ROKK Business Hours: Monday-Thursday, 4pm-1am; Friday-Sunday, 11am-1am | Meals Served: Lunch, Dinner | Cusine: Classic American | Atmosphere: Casual | Price …

A diner, restaurant and rooftop bar all in one spot

Pizzico Ristorante has been raising the bar on neighborhood dining in Rhode Island for 25 years.

Providence Coal Fired Pizza, with locations in Providence and North Kingstown, does pizza and more in a unique, unforgettably delicious way.

Parkside Rotisserie & Bar is what sophisticated yet inviting big city dining is supposed to feel like.

Perfectly classic Italian favorites

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