The three-course meal consists of an appetizer or salad, an entrée and a dessert. All Restaurant Weeks specials will be offered in addition to the regular menu and do not include beverage, tax or gratuity.
From the mom-and-pop classic Italian and ethnic dining found throughout Providence's Federal Hill to the innovative restaurants in Downcity, Providence is populated with establishments to fit every diner's taste. Recently ranked by readers of Travel + Leisure as one of the top culinary destinations in the U.S., Providence's famed restaurant scene is a hotbed for many of the country's top young chefs. Home to the famed Johnson & Wales University, the world's largest culinary educator, Providence has more degreed chefs per capita than any other city in the U.S. lending to its highly sophisticated restaurant scene.
For more information about Restaurant Weeks, including participating restaurants, detailed menus and reservations, visit www.providencerestaurantweeks.com. To book a trip to Providence, visit www.goprovidence.com.