This July, there are more new restaurants participating in Providence Restaurant Weeks than any other year that I can remember. They all vary widely in their offerings and are great options if you're looking to try someplace new. Check out these restaurants below.

Blake's Tavern

  • 122 Washington Street

Blake’s Tavern is Providence's premier Irish pub! Watch PC basketball games or hold your private party or event at Blake’s, which is just five minutes from Trinity, Lupo's, PPAC and the Amica Mutual Pavilion. Reserve a private room or we can deliver it to your location. Gift certificates are available. Now serving brick-oven pizzas.


  • 1 W Exchange Street

Fleur, a gem nestled in the heart of Providence, presents a dining experience that is both timeless and unique. As you step into Fleur, you are immediately enveloped in an ambiance that whispers of elegance and sophistication, harmoniously blending classic charm with contemporary flair. The meticulously crafted menu showcases a symphony of flavors, with each dish being a testament to culinary excellence. Here, the food is not just nourishing; it's a piece of art, masterfully prepared with the freshest ingredients and an innovative twist. Fleur is more than just a restaurant; it's a celebration of fine dining, where every meal is an unforgettable journey and every moment is a cherished memory. Whether it's a romantic dinner under the soft glow of chandeliers or a lively gathering in the chic, inviting space, Fleur promises an experience that is as remarkable as its cuisine.

Ladder 133 Kitchen and Social

  • 133 Douglas Avenue

A sports bar like no other. Intended to satisfy a wide array of tastes. Built in 1902, the building was originally the Douglas Avenue fire station.

Mona Lisa Restaurant

  • 145 Spruce Street

Whether you are planning a business happy hour, romantic dinner or a casual gathering, you will find our menu and ambiance suitable for every appetite and every occasion. The concept and overall experience at Mona Lisa is to offer a pleasant and comfortable dining occasion with moderate pricing. Combine this with the gracious service from our attentive staff and you’ll realize you’ve found a truly wonderful dining experience. When you dine with us you will enjoy homemade Italian food, Latin inspired cuisine and a flare of sushi with the freshest ingredients.


  • 100 Fountain Street

Established in 1929, Murphy's is the oldest running pub in Providence. We credit our heaping sandwiches, hearty dinners, modest prices and great service. - Curbside Pickup: Call 621-8467 - Delivery Service Provided By: Doordash/GrubHub/Postmates


  • 50 Aborn Street

Rosalina offers a chic, yet approachable dining experience. We combine traditional food and hospitable warmth of a rustic Italian taverna with modern flair. Think — Old World meets Downcity.

Viva Mexico

  • 129 Washington Street

From a family food truck in the 90s to the oldest Mexican restaurant in Rhode Island, the hospitality and authentic flavors of Mexico are behind everything we do at Viva Mexico. The Ruiz family welcomes everyone to their home and family recipes with open arms. Viva Mexico Cantina Grill is Providence, Rhode Island's huge premier dining destination for quality Poblano Mexican cuisine and sits 150 guests. The flavors and aromas truly come alive at our restaurants, with only the freshest ingredients selected for our guest.