Providence Restaurant Weeks returns with longer list of participants

A server is seen walking with drinks. (WLNE)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) — Providence Restaurant Weeks is coming back this year but this time — the list of participating restaurants is longer!

“This year, we’re proud to announce an even longer list of participating restaurants — that means guests have a wider selection of delicious offerings to choose from,” said Kristen Adamo, president and CEO of the Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau.

Providence Restaurant Weeks starts July 9 and runs through July 22 and features over 60 eateries.

Here’s a list of this year’s participating restaurants:


Avvio Ristorante

Chapel Grille

Legal Sea Foods


Circe Restaurant & Bar

Providence Oyster Bar


Luigi’s Restaurant & Gourmet Express


Tumblesalts Cafe


10 Rocks Tapas Bar & Restaurant


110 Grill

Angelo’s Civita Farnese Restaurant

Bacaro Restaurant

Backstage Kitchen & Bar


Blu Violet Roof Bar

Cafe Nuovo

The Capital Grille


Casa Azul Taqueria

Cassarino’s Ristorante

Circe Restaurant & Bar 

Diego’s East Side Restaurant


Federal Taphouse & Kitchen

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

Francesco’s Pizzeria

The George


Harry’s Bar & Burger

Harry’s Bar & Burger “On the Hill”

Hemenway’s Restaurant

Jacky’s Waterplace Restaurant

KG Kitchen Bar

Marcelino’s Boutique Bar

Mare Rooftop

Il Massimo

Mill’s Tavern Restaurant

Moonshine Alley

Napolitano’s Brooklyn Pizza

New Rivers

Nicks on Broadway

Olneyville New York System Restaurant

Otra Restaurant

Pane e Vino Ristorante

Parkside Rotisserie & Bar

Pizza Marvin

Pizzico Oyster Bar

Providence G Pub

Providence Oyster Bar

Red Stripe

Rooftop at the Providence G


Ten Prime Steak & Sushi

Trattoria Zooma

Union Station Brewery

Waterman Grille

Xaco Taco


Tavolo Wine Bar & Tuscan Grille


Metacom Kitchen


Crow’s Nest

Elizabeth’s of Portofino

Iron Works

Tavolo Wine Bar & Tuscan Grille 

“We hope you’ll stop by your favorite restaurant and try their specialty Restaurant Weeks menu, or get out and discover new local cuisine at one of the dozens of area restaurants,” said Adamo.

For more information on Providence Restaurant Weeks, visit

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