Updated February 13 at 12:26pm
Hospitality & Tourism
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The city’s lodging industry is the strongest it has been in the last few years, Jan D. Freitag of STR told invited industry representatives and students at Johnson & Wales University Tuesday. more
John Elkhay, CEO of Chow Fun Food Group, which includes Providence restaurants Ten Prime Steak & Sushi, Luxe Burger Bar, Harry’s Bar & Burger, Rick’s Roadhouse and XO Café, announced this week that longtime company executive Ted Newcomer Jr. has been named president of the company. more
An international body that accredits arboretums has recognized the 88 landscapes cared for by the Preservation Society of Newport County as an official arboretum. more
Four separate restaurants in Newport have closed or will be closing their doors. more
Providence is ranked No. 17 on WalletHub’s list of 2015 “Best and Worst Foodie Cities for Your Wallet.” WalletHub calls “wallet-friendly” cities those in which foodies who like to craft their own concoctions at home or sample edibles from the local food scene find they can stretch their food dollar more easily states. more
Hotel tax collections jumped nearly 25 percent in July when compared with July 2014, the state Department of Revenue reported Friday. more
Hotel, meal and beverage tax collections increased year over year in July, the state Department of Revenue said Wednesday. more
The International Tennis Hall of Fame has surpassed its $15 million goal for its Match Point Capital Campaign, according to its Capital Campaign Committee. more
The Rhode Island Brewers Guild has sold out its Ocean State Beer Festival, scheduled for Sept. 20, and is actively marketing its locally produced beer. more
Booming travel and tourism in Boston has spilled over into the lodging industry in Rhode Island this past year, and is part of the reason a consultant is “bullish” on the market here. more
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