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47 modern rooms bathed in a color palette of neutral whites and pale grays accented by touches of pinks and pops of black and gold furniture.
Savor a great meal, sip a refreshing cocktail, and dine al fresco in Providence. We’ve rounded up our favorite places to eat, from garden-side dining to plant-based patios, with several traditional, Italian eateries mixed in for good measure.
Experience modern luxury and Italian hospitality. The first Bellini location in New England, from famed fourth generation restaurateur, Ignazio Cipriani. Savor classic Italian fare, handmade pasta, signature bellinis, and desserts (the meringue cake...enough said). Reserve your table online or call 401.331.4050.
An inventive collision of tradition and style, Bellini Rooftop is an intimate rooftop lounge offering members and hotel guests exclusive menus, craft cocktail experiences and dynamic social events throughout the year. Located on the top floor of The Beatrice Hotel, the private club offers an intimate space to soak in the city’s skyline and enjoy first-in-class hospitality. Reservations are encouraged.
Hotel guests are subject to the same rules that are expected of members.
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Steps from The Beatrice, visit the new Long Live Beergarden on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays for Long Live IPAs and lagers, regional ciders and wines. It’s BYOF (bring your own food), so before settling in, grab whatever you’re in the mood for, from a nearby restaurant. Located across India Point Park, Narragansett Brewery features local brews on tap and outdoor dining, while Revival Brewing’s new Providence location offers wood-fired pizza, a weekend mobile cocktail truck and plant-based snacks from Barrett’s Garden.
Settled mainly by Italian-American immigrants in the early 1900s, Federal Hill continues to be home to Italian community and culture, with longstanding favorites including trattorias (like Costantino’s Venda Bar and Ristorante), bakeries (like Scialo Brothers Bakery since 1916 or Pastiche Fine Desserts). For traditional Italian pizza, head for Casserta Pizza, a favorite since the 1950s. Order the Wimpy Skippy, a spinach pie stuffed with gooey mozzarella cheese, spicy pepperoni and black olives. Swing by the Italian markets (Tony’s Colonial or Venda Ravioli, and be sure to make a wish as you toss a coin into the fountain in DePasquale Square, named in honor of Beatrice’s father, the late Judge Luigi DePasquale.
1.2 Mi, 25 Mins Walk, ~$18 Ride Share