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Bruce Newbury

Dining Out: The familiar is making a return

It is difficult to avoid prefacing stories about restaurant openings and reopenings or the return of festivals that includes food or drink or a...
DISH IN DEMAND: Server William Fitzgerald of Imbriglio’s Pizzeria Napoletana in Newport shows off a popular item on the recent Valentine’s weekend menu. / COURTESY SARDELLA’S

Newport restaurants rebound

There were some choice words used by many restaurant patrons who dined out this past Valentine’s Day that came as a surprise to hosts,...
Bruce Newbury

Some restaurants still feeling a burden

If the unimaginable ordeal we have come through over the past 14 months has ended – which is a big “if” – the end...
ON DUTY: Server Lauren Withers delivers food to a table at Sardella’s Italian Ristorante in Newport. Owner Richard Sardella believes his 41 years in the restaurant industry has been an advantage in retaining employees because they’ve been with him for so long. / COURTESY SARDELLA’S ITALIAN RISTORANTE

Restaurant recovery is hitting a few obstacles

The restaurant jobs picture, like that in other industries, is proving to be a challenge to business owners as summer and our post-pandemic recovery...
Bruce Newbury

Rehearsal dinner make a tentative return

The quarantine has brought about much heartache over the past 100-plus days. As much of a tyrant as the coronavirus is in bringing a...
Bruce Newbury

Restaurants go through indoor dining learning curve

When the state issued guidelines for Phase II of reopening for restaurants – allowing for indoor dining – Rhode Island restaurateurs scrutinized them word...
Bruce Newbury

New phase means an awkward step outdoors

We are going outside to eat at this stage of the coronavirus crisis. Gov. Gina M. Raimondo started allowing limited outdoor dining for restaurants...
CULTIVATING CHEFS: Gracie’s Ventures owner Ellen Slattery said the restaurant has an internship program with culinary arts school Johnson & Wales University, located three blocks away in Providence.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Most R.I. restaurants open – for now

At Gov. Gina M. Raimondo’s daily briefings over the weekend on what the state is doing to contain the local spread of the coronavirus,...
Bruce Newbury

R.I. restaurants cooking up some good deeds

This time of the year, there is a kindness movement that almost everyone joins. It may be the magic of the season. At the...
Bruce Newbury

Not a recipe for failure

Recently, two East Greenwich restaurants on Main Street abruptly closed their doors. The story is that in mid-May, The Grille on Main, a mainstay on...
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