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Hospitality & Tourism
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With the current controversy swirling around the abrupt closing of two Faial restaurant locations, in Smithfield and North Smithfield, and the resulting outcry from holders of gift certificates to the eatery, it is a good time to revisit what state … more
Conventions in Providence are expected to pump more than $15 million into the Rhode Island economy in 2015, bringing almost 16,000 people to the city to stay in hotels, eat in restaurants and shop. more
Alex Hurd has been appointed as a destination expert at Discover Newport. In his new role, Hurd will assist sales in corporate/association markets that include Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., as well as areas within western New England. … more
"Providence is lined up to be a great culinary destination," said chef and restaurateur James Mark, who owns North and North Bakery in Providence's West End neighborhood. He is in an enviable position with his popular eatery that routinely … more
Dining out for business has changed over the past couple of decades. While the three-martini lunch is a distant memory, the importance of lunches and dinners as a platform on which to do business is very much with us. Two of the state's … more
PROVIDENCE – Ray McCue, an assistant professor at Johnson & Wales University, is one of nine industry professionals from across North America to win a Cutting Edge award from the American Culinary Federation, Inc. more
BOSTON – Newport is the 13th most-expensive summer destination in the U.S., while two Massachusetts communities ranked in the top three, according to a new survey from CheapHotels.org. more
The Rhode Island travel and tourism industry grapples with many of the same issues as its peers globally, including how to raise awareness about the value of transportation infrastructure like bridges and airports – and the taxes that feed it. more
Customers are running up healthy restaurant and bar tabs at Rhode Island establishments this year, with state residents better off for it. more
Campgrounds in Rhode Island are not exactly thriving, but they’re holding their own, in large measure because of the state’s ample natural assets. But camp operators recognize that future camping success demands more than that. more
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