Where to stay:
The Dean Hotel, a boutique hotel with a cool, contemporary vibe, custom furniture and craftwork from local purveyors and unique decor from around the world. The funky hotel also has an in-house karaoke bar, a dark and sultry cocktail bar and even a German beer hall, giving one little reason to leave at all.
Where to dine:
Nick’s on Broadway, the contemporary American restaurant known for its innovative chefs and locally fused food. Located in the lively Federal Hill neighborhood, Nick’s is the place to be seen in an area full of beautiful architecture and new restaurants.
Loie Fullers, known for its farm-to-table french cuisine, the team at Loie Fullers not only run their own farm for its fresh ingredients but host the most talked about “Mussels Monday” in Providence.
Where to drink:
Rooftop at the Providence G, the city’s only rooftop lounge, open year round (with a retractable roof), fire pits and private lounges.
The Eddy, a stylish, dimly lit cocktail bar serving classic & creative concoctions along with unique snacks.
The Dorrance, eotes old world elegance serving cocktails within a stately and distinguished setting.
Hot Club, a staple in Providence and popular with locals/tourists alike in India Point Park Place. This lively joint sits along the Providence River with awesome views of the skyline.