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Culinary roads lead to and from Newport

Castle Hill Inn executive chef Lou Rossi and his culinary team recently prepared a unique foodie weekend featuring the flavors of the American South,...
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An Ocean State restaurant boomlet

The restaurant industry in Rhode Island continues to excel. During mid-February, more national and international accolades came our state’s way with the AAA Four...
BEN SUKLE, chef and proprietor with his wife Heidi of Oberlin and birch restaurants in Providence, is a semifinalist for Best Chef-Northeast in the 2019 James Beard Awards. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Two R.I. chefs named James Beard Award semifinalists

PROVIDENCE - The 2019 James Beard Award semifinalists were announced Wednesday morning and two Rhode Island chef-restaurateurs are in the hunt.Nominated for Best Chef-Northeast...
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JWU students score with Boston fans

At TD Garden, home of the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics, hoop and hockey fans can really take their game to another level thanks...
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O Dinis lands on ‘The Zimmern List’

“Yes! He sat right over there! He was really here!”Natalia Paiva-Neves pointed to a small table near the center of the dining room of...
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Fast start for food and wine events

Whoever said things slow down after the holidays must spend a lot of time at home. This still-new year is showing no signs of...
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Food trucks find niche

“To me, food trucks are the old town square!” said Eric Weiner. He can tell you how many trucks serve food in virtually any...

Skyline at Waterplace to relaunch as Dine with Skyline in...

PROVIDENCE – New restaurants will open their doors and eateries new and old throughout the state will feature special menus at bargain prices to...
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Dining times a-changin’

When a restaurant closes its doors these days it becomes breaking news. This seems to be the result of two things happening. First, many,...
FIRST TASTE: Two bottles of the 2018 Beaujolais Nouveau Rosé served recently at Pot au Feu. / COURTESY ROBERT I. BURKE

Everything old is new again

To be a “rising star chef,” there must be a dining destination, a food city, a restaurant row with a core group of well-established...
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