New favorite lunch spot!!!!
Roadtrip with G. Garvin
I’ve been here a bunch of times and love the place!
The food is excellent. I’ve been here on several occasions, for both dinner and Sunday brunch. The “Braised Beef Short Ribs” are excellent, meat is falling off the bone. The “Roasted Salmon” is amazing, very flavorful. My boyfriend had the Bob’s Barbeque Ribs, Mac & Cheese and Sautéed Green Beans….which he says were all excellent.
Their wings are very spicy and savory. Yummy texture! I could eat it all day..even though it burns my mouth.
Excellent spot for your late-night munchies after a night of clubbing in downtown providence. Had the chili cheese fries and obligatory water. Extra props to the cashier ringing us up who said she LOVED my t-shirt lol. It was a customized tee from Chicago which said I heart My Galpals” Two thumbs up.
I guess I can’t really say that this place is a hidden gem any more, because it gets busy like almost every night.
What I’ve Had: Brisket Sandwich on Brioche Bun - mashed sweet potatoes and burnt end baked beans
Brunch open everyday? You had me there. It’s a disappointment how few places are open mid-week for brunch. Don’t get me started RI. So this is such a welcome spot.
The food program at BB&C revolves around local, organic, sustainable and overall responsible procurement. The menu cycles are seasonal and heavily influenced on production from the aeroponic roof-top tower garden.
I need to go back here again! I came on a whim and I gotta say, the service was great and the food was awesome!
I had been wanting to try this place for quite a while and finally did. Now, despite waiting for a long time, I (smartly? stupidly?) went against the grain and ordered one of their specials - the fried chicken lettuce wrap. It came with their house-made kimchi and one other topping that eludes me now. I had thought it would be the normal fried chicken, but it was their fried chicken cut up and covered with a sweet Asian BBQ sauce. (Kind of like Crisp, in Lakeview.) The flavor was great and I…
Isn’t a terrific feeling when you know upon entering a restaurant that you’re in for a special evening. Well, this is precisely what happened when our party of three was greeted by Greer, the owner of Mama’s Boy. Greer is more than the owner. She is the spiritual leader of the place, its soul and inspiration.
Sandra’s Next Generation soul food is the truth.
The Corner was established in 1997 with the idea of taking the simplicity of
breakfast to a whole new level! What started with Stuffed French Toast (still
our most-loved and cherished!) grew into a whole menu of unusual and delicious
ideas. We have come to be known for serving up consistently great breakfasts in
a friendly atmosphere, and with amazing customer service.
While still offering traditional breakfast choices we strive to perfect each dish by using combinations of flavors exciting to…
Umeke’s was on the top of my list when we were planning our trip to the big island, and let me tell you, they do not disappoint! They staff was so friendly and actually let me sample every kind of poke before I settled on my favorites and these were nice sized samples too! They were patient and very helpful.
After much anticipation of trying Valley, I will say this - it was fantastic. Some of our GlutenFree219 community members told us about this freshly unique-rustic-contemporary hotspot when we started harvesting our list of restaurants in the Region to test out for healthy gluten-free options. We have been trying to make our way over there ever since and wish we wouldn’t have waited so long!
I’ve heard great things about Wildflour so my husband and I decided to find this little bakery and see if it passes his Willy Wonka sweet tooth. Upon entering our eyes were drawn to the lovely wall decorated with paper flowers and “Wildflour” spelled out in a pendant. Such a cute place and the owner, Abby, has an eye for detail. Now to talk about the desserts. Cookies, pastries, cheesecake, cakes and cupcakes….oh my! I had the Cheesecake with blackberry topping and my…
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Batch is Brickell’s friendly neighborhood gastropub and go-to for a locally-sourced approachable menu and expansive drink list. Through the restaurant’s efforts toward utilizing fresh ingredients and the newest technologies guests can celebrate any occasion knowing they are receiving top-quality products. Batch is a reliable establishment for locals to unwind and dine on simply good American fare and is open for lunch, dinner, and brunch on weekends.