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Put yourself in a chef's shoes – these days most likely orange clogs. If you could cook your dream meal, what would it be? Chefs tend not to wander quite so far afield, staying in the arena of unique ingredients they could then turn into … more
The Emmy-award winning ABC food show, “The Chew,” will air a segment Wednesday at 1 p.m. featuring co-host Carla Hall dining at well-known Rhode Island culinary institutions, according to a release by R.I. Commerce Corp. more
One percent hotel tax collections grew 19.3 percent year over year in May, and 14.4 percent during the first 11 months of the fiscal year compared with the same fiscal period a year prior, the state Department of Revenue said this week. more
The Providence Warwick Convention and Visitors Bureau’s annual meeting will be held on Nov. 1 at the Rhode Island Convention Center, according to an announcement by the organization on Friday. more
More than two decades after its opening, the R.I. Convention Center still routinely runs a deficit, even with the revenue that its parking facility and food services provide. Factor in the debt service – with $300 million still on the books – … more
Owner: Gano Holdings, LLC Management: TPG Hotels & Resorts Achitect: Vision 3 Architects Interior Design: Group One Partners, Inc. General Contractor: Metro Resources, … more
Chefs are readily identifiable around the world by their uniform. From the top, the chef's toque – nowadays replaced by a baseball cap. The high chef's hat is still worn at formal dinner settings at which the chef appears in the dining room, often … more
The more than two-century old Shelter Harbor Inn is listed for sale. The requested price is $2.75 million, according to Peter M. Scotti & Associates, which has the listing. more
Five percent hotel tax revenue increased 2.9 percent year over year in April to $1.1 million, according to the state Department of Revenue. more
The Providence Board of Licenses is not serving the people at an acceptable required standard and significant changes are necessary. That’s according to former R.I. Attorney General Jeffrey Pine, who was commissioned by the Providence City Council in March to review the embattled city board. more
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