Providence has many distinct neighborhoods that have their own personality and their own charms. You can explore the different Providence neighborhoods individually, or you can build your own trail based on a theme. To start you off, we created this series, “What’s Good in the Neighborhood.” Today’s theme? Presents!

Wickenden Street


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There’s no better dinner party gift than a nice bottle of wine, but there’s no more nerve-wracking thing than finding the perfect one. Let the knowledgeable staff at Campus Fine Wines help you select the perfect pairing.

Wayland Square


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The most chic person you know is often the hardest person to buy for. Head to Wendy Brown Home for sumptuous linens, perfectly curated home items and thoughtful little gifts.

Hope Street  


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Show your Providence pride — or bring home a great souvenir — with the great gear at Frog & Toad. Tongue planted firmly in cheek, Frog & Toad features Rhody-themed items ranging from whimsical to WTF.

Federal Hill


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Get a taste of the Old World at Venda Ravioli. From opulent gift baskets to carefully cultivated kitchen gadgets, Venda puts an Italian twist on all its wares.

West End


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Providence’s vintage scene is red hot and Rocket to Mars offers out-of-this-world (yup, I said it) finds ranging from clothing, furniture and lighting, to books and jewelry.


We invite you to get out and explore these 15 neighborhoods. There are things to see, do, eat and buy in every one. Check out our favorites and then tell us what we’ve missed by using the hashtag #PVDpicks on Instagram. We will put some of our favorite suggestions on every page.

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