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HUNGRY FOR HELP: Anthony Tarro, co-owner of Siena restaurant, says the business has struggled to find workers recently. In the background, sous chef Michael Lynch assists Tarro in the kitchen of Siena’s East Greenwich location. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Eateries look for recipe to solve staff shortage

While many iconic restaurants on Providence’s Federal Hill are starting to see a revival, the lights at Siena on Atwells Avenue remain off, tables...
TAKE IT AWAY: Pan-seared redfish tacos, right, and short rib tacos are available through a “ghost kitchen” called La Vecina in Newport, which offers Mexican street food by takeout or delivery only. / COURTESY ERIN MCGINN

Dining Out: More R.I. ‘ghost kitchen’ sightings

“Ghost Kitchen” could be the title of a Stephen King cookbook. It is, however, a phenomenon that was muted by the pandemic but appears...
PUSHING AHEAD: A rendering of what the Foodlove market is expected to look like when complete this summer in Middletown. / COURTESY NEWPORT RESTAURANT GROUP

NRG on cutting edge of food innovation

In 2020 it was called “pivoting.” In 2021, it’s called “innovation.” The first innovation in the food world this year is being undertaken by Newport...
A FRESH TAKE: PB Bistro & Bar in East Greenwich is offering family-sized vegan and vegetarian dishes for the holidays. Patti Burton, far left, and Dan Hatch, far right, opened the plant-based eatery in the spring. With them are sous chef O’Laro Waite, second from the left, and executive chef Mike Fleury.  / COURTESY CAITLIN COSTA

Dining Out: A time of gratitude for the guests

In other times, this space might be holding forth about authentic pizza or barbecue. This time of the year, the Feast of the Seven...
BREATHING EASIER: Jo’s American Bistro Chef Brian Ruffner stands next to an in-take for the new air “scrubbers” at the Newport restaurant. / COURTESY JO’S AMERICAN BISTRO

Dining Out: With winter approaching, a focus on clearing the air

With this year going the way it is, the idea of restaurant superlatives is having a bit of a difficult time. One might actually...
DOUBLE SCOOP: Ken Schneider, owner of Sundaes Ice Cream was frustrated that his flagship Seekonk location was closed for an additional six weeks after his Rhode Island locations were allowed to reopen in early April with restrictions, such as directional arrows and spacing for social distancing and wearing gloves and masks. / PBN PHOTO/PAMELA BHATIA

ALL OVER THE MAP: Differing reopening plans create cross-border advantages, impediments

Clumps of fur fell to the ground as ­Barbara Gariepy shaved a small dog at Canine Corner Inc. in Seekonk recently. Surrounding her were...

3 Rhode Island restaurants make curbside comeback

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island restaurant community is showing its resiliency as three of its leading eateries are reopening for curbside takeout. The Newport Restaurant...
Bruce Newbury

Some restaurants make good out of a disaster

It appears that when we emerge from this coronavirus crisis, it will not be all at once but in segments, perhaps industry by industry....
BOB BURKE, owner of the French restaurant Pot Au Feu, said that closure of restaurants could lead to many being forced to go to already overtaxed supermarkets. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Restaurateurs react to R.I. dining room closures

PROVIDENCE – The decision to shut down Rhode Island’s restaurant dining rooms and limit them to takeout, drive-thru and delivery in the wake of...
Bruce Newbury

Newport Restaurant Group appears to have recipe for success

Newport Restaurant Group CEO Paul O’Reilly cites the dynamic of employee ownership as playing a big part in his company’s success in cultivating creative...

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