What better way to celebrate Women's History Month in Providence than by supporting women-owned businesses? If you plan your day right, you can eat all your meals, get your hair done and even do a little shopping, all at businesses owned and operated by women.

Ellie's breakfast sandwich

Start your day with an early morning boot camp class at Core Fitness and then reward yourself with coffee and a breakfast sandwich from Ellie's. You can even pick up some of their tasty desserts to go.

If you're really in the mood to treat yourself, book a blowout or styling at Love Culture Salon or stop by Ceremony for a mid-morning break. Whether you're in the mood for chai, matcha or oolong, you're sure to find something that's your cup of tea.

Kin Southern Table + Bar

Grab your gal pals for shopping at Craftland or Queen of Hearts/Modern Love and lunch at Kin Southern Table + Bar. You'll love their classic Southern and Soul dishes, like Chicken & Waffles or Baked Mac & Cheese. Walk off all that deliciousness on a Parasols & Pocket Watches tour of Benefit Street, the not-so-spooky sister of Providence Ghost Tour.

Parasols & Pocket Watches

Finish your day with dinner at Angelo's — the 100-year-old Italian restaurant that is a Federal Hill staple. But be sure to save room for some of Helado Taiyaki's fun and delicious Japanese-Latin fusion ice cream. 

Whether it's Women's History Month or all year long, you'll want to hit these women-owned restaurants and shops on every trip to Providence!