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Top recommendations from locals

College Arts Building
“Rhode Island School of Design's museum of art and culture-- a gem of a museum! You really could spend an entire day (or more) here. Admission is free every Sunday (10 am–5 pm) and on the third Thursday evening of each month (5–9 pm).”
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Zoo
“If you like walking or visiting zoos it’s great mix There’s a carousel and park for kids. ”
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Neue amerikanische Küche
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“Julian's is a delicious staple of Providence and is known for their Sunday Funday brunches, great food/drinks, and an overall chill atmosphere. Julian's is also a great place to meet locals. The food is super yummy, but waiting to be seated on Sundays can be a while, so a drink or two might be in order in the meantime. ;)”
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Vegetarisches / Veganes Restaurant
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“I've lived in New Orleans, and the mushroom po-boy here is the best one that I and my meat-loving husband have ever had. Seriously! In addition to dinner, they also have an excellent brunch. This is the same group that operates the delicious veg spots Garden Grille and Wildflour Vegan bakery. ”
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Café
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“One of the best brunches in the city! Get there early on the weekends or prepare to brave the lines. ”
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Einkaufszentrum
“Where you can get your iPhone/Mac fix. Somewhat upscale stores, with an innovative design by architect Friedrich St. Florian, who also designed the WW2 Memorial on the National Mall in DC. ”
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Entertainment
“Restored Loew's movie theatre, originally built in 1928. Hosts touring Broadway shows, plays, and concerts. ”
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Schaubühne
“On WaterFire evenings, downtown Providence is transformed by eighty-six anchored burning braziers (each with approximately 33 pieces of wood) that float just above the surface of the rivers that flow through Waterplace Park (the Woonasquatucket river) and the middle of downtown Providence (the Moshassuck and Providence rivers). The public is invited to come and walk the riverfront and enjoy the beauty of the flickering firelight, the fragrant scent of aromatic wood smoke, the changing silhouettes of the volunteer firetenders, and the music from around the world. Average attendance is 40,000 a night,[2] ranging from 10,000 to 100,000. WaterFire is presented for free, with only ten percent of the funds needed to host WaterFire acquired through governmental means and the remainder coming from private and corporate donations. WaterFire is held May through November, with lightings typically on Saturday evenings once or twice a month.[3] ”
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Nachbarschaft
“Iconic neighborhood full of restaurants, bars and shops. Festivals and live music during the spring, summer and fall.”
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University
“Don't miss the opportunity to tour Brown's historic campus while visiting town -- it's just a short walk away. The campus is filled with beautiful, carefully maintained brick and stone buildings, courtyards, and monuments. I would recommend walking Benefit street to see some of the finest examples of Victorian architecture in New England!”
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Bäckerei
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“This is one of the best bakeries in Providence. It's located walking distance and you can work inside, it has plenty of spread out seating. ”
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Bäckerei
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“A local favorite in the morning for coffee, smoothies, and all sorts of baked goods and fresh bread made fresh on site. Outdoor patio.”
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Bar
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“The Avery is an absolute gem of a place - craft cocktails, cool crowd, incredible interior designed by Kyla Coburn.”
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Bar
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“Intentionally kitchsy decor and their specialties are gourmet tator tots and other comfort food”
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Neue amerikanische Küche
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“Warm beautiful deco atmosphere, really good food, great eats at bar. Outside bar round back in nice weather.”
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Vegetarisches / Veganes Restaurant
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“My husband is a carnivore from Texas, and he loves this vegetarian place. There are no misses here, but the butternut squash quesadilla is excellent-- something you can eat a few times a week. The cocktails are phenomenal too! This group also operates the fantastic Grange and Wildflour vegan bakery (which is right next to Garden Grille); don't miss either!”
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