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Providence touting its culinary scene

Posted by Paul Kandarian  January 14, 2013 11:36 AM

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Providence was recently ranked tops for "Food/Drink/Restaurants" in Travel + Leisure's 2012 "America's Favorite Cities" poll. You can check out why it's rated so highly during the Providence Winter Restaurant Weeks, running through Jan. 26, with about 100 of the city's top restaurants taking part. You can do it with special three-course, prix-fixe menus priced at $14.95 per person for lunch and $29.95 for dinner. Featured at eateries from ethnic-rich Federal Hill to New England fare in the downcity area. Some places include New Rivers, Gracie's, Bacaro, Mediterraneo, Farmstead, Inc., The ROI and Coco Pazzo. All restaurant weeks specials are offered in addition to regular menu fare, and don't include beverage, tax or tip. To check it all out, visit www.providencerestaurantweeks.com

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