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Don’t crowd out pedestrians on sidewalks

Outdoor seating helped save countless restaurants across the state over the past year, including many that didn’t have the space on their properties to...
Frank Picozzi, / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Five Questions With: Frank Picozzi

5Q: Frank Picozzi | Mayor, city of Warwick 1. How has being a small-business owner prepared you for the role of mayor? Being a...

Target hospitality inequities

Hotels and restaurants have been too busy trying to find enough workers this summer to sort through the long-term pandemic fallout. But as this week’s...

Returning to normal

Are you optimistic that some sense of normalcy will return by the end of 2021? Yes: 90% Unsure: 10% No: 0% When do you feel some sense of...
ONLINE ORDERS: Philip Viveiros, owner of Phil’s Propane in Tiverton, closed the company’s showroom and created an online-friendly ordering format prior to the coronavirus pandemic. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

Fueled by family ethics

Not only do they have the same name – the younger named after the older – but Philip Viveiros also took over the third-generation...
IN GOVERNOR Gina M. Raimondo's new bout of restrictions announced Thursday included early curfews for restaurants and bars. / COURTESY FEDERAL HILL COMMERCE ASSOCIATION

Is the state providing enough financial support for restaurants and bars...

Gov. Gina M. Raimondo recently announced grants that will be provided to restaurants, bars and other businesses that can prove losses due to having...
Bruce Newbury

Dining Out: What’s in a name? During a pandemic, a lot

Who says there is no entertainment at restaurants in this time of COVID-19? The following encounter would have been quite entertaining if it were...

TD Bank: Restaurant franchisees beef up delivery, mobile ordering amid COVID-19

PROVIDENCE – Nearly three quarters of restaurant franchisees have added or expanded delivery and online ordering systems amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to TD...
WEATHER OR NOT: Lt. Gov. Daniel J. McKee gets a closer look at an “igloo” set up at Kay’s Restaurant in Woonsocket. With McKee is Kay’s owner David Lahousse. Ten of the structures, which cost over $1,400 each, are now in place at the restaurant to extend outdoor dining. / COURTESY OFFICE OF LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

Dining Out: Encouraging numbers

Here in Rhode Island, so many of our choices when it is time to eat revolve around restaurants. It is one of the real...
BY THE FIRE: 15 Point Road Restaurant in Portsmouth turned on the outdoor heaters in the first weekend of October. Proprietors Sean and Carly Smith said the heaters arrived after being on back order for months. / COURTESY 15 POINT ROAD RESTAURANT

Dining Out: Naysayers may be wrong

Under normal circumstances, the restaurant industry can be tremendously exciting. Every night is a performance and a roll of the dice. Will our place...

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