Providence Restaurant Weeks returns with nearly 70 local eateries

Posted 1/10/24

There’s no better way to celebrate the new year than with the signature dining event of the season, Providence Restaurant Weeks. The promotion runs January 7-20, featuring nearly 70 dining …

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Providence Restaurant Weeks returns with nearly 70 local eateries


Providence Restaurant Weeks is taking place from now through Jan. 20, featuring nearly 70 dining options from Providence, Cranston, Warwick, and beyond. Brought to you by the Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau (PWCVB), this year’s Providence Restaurant Weeks features new restaurants and includes prix fixe menus and special offers for lunch and dinner - plus signature cocktails and more.

 “Providence Restaurants Weeks showcases one of Rhode Island’s shining stars - its food scene - and we are proud to be able to present it twice each year,” said Kristen Adamo, president and CEO of the PWCVB. “Kick off the new year by supporting the local restaurants that make Rhode Island great - whether it’s at your favorite neighborhood spot or at one of our area’s brand new restaurants, like Bar’Lino or Gift Horse. From vegan offerings to fine dining to family-friendly restaurants, there is truly something for everyone during Providence Restaurant Weeks.”

Providence Restaurant Weeks is presented by the PWCVB and sponsored by Navigant Credit Union. Guests are encouraged to share photos of their dishes on social media with #PVDEats and #PRW.

A comprehensive list of all participating restaurants, along with their Restaurant Weeks menus, can be found at 

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