Updated July 28 at 9:39pm
Hospitality & Tourism
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A popular craft-beer pub in Westerly will expand into a location in the Kinsley Building in downtown Providence, the first commercial tenant confirmed for the former office building. more
The second annual Blount Culinary Summit on food industry trends and challenges is convening Thursday at the Newport Marriott. more
The Rhode Island Convention Center hosted 50 percent more faith-based events this past fiscal year than it did in fiscal year 2014, the agency announced Friday, boosting hotel traffic downtown. more
Newport is the third most expensive summer destination in New England, behind Provincetown, Mass., and Kennebunkport, Maine, according to a survey by CheapHotels.org. more
Providence is one of the nation’s 10 greatest coffee cities and one of the places where you can find a great hot dog, according to recent press reports. more
Hotelier Mark Gervais has been named general manager of the Providence Biltmore. more
The Procaccianti Group is seeking a 12-year tax stabilization agreement, including a three-year introductory period with no property taxes, to level the Fogarty Building downtown and construct a nine-story, extended-stay hotel. more
Twenty Rhode Island restaurants are among 3,618 listed worldwide for their superior wine lists, according to the advanced release of the Aug. 31 issue of Wine Spectator. more
(Updated 4:22 p.m.) Rhode Island’s expedited search to hire a marketing consultant by Aug. 31 could result in the launch of a tourism brand for the state in January. more
One of the earliest Providence landmark restaurants is closing its doors. Rue de L’Espoir, on Hope Street for 39 years, will serve its last meals on Aug. 9, proprietor Deb Norman announced Monday. more
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