A Better Deal
I am a frequent reader of your magazine. We have the best and most talked about prix fixe deal in the business and I am disappointed we didn’t get a mention [“The Price is Right,” February]. For $25, you get all this: a drink (even martinis!); a half-appetizer; soup or salad; pasta or potato and vegetable; an entree and dessert. If you know of our restaurant, you would have to agree that it’s by far the best deal around.
Pat’s Italian Restaurant
Pleasing the Painting Pooch
I showed Netop the article about him [“Pup Artist,” February] and he was quite pleased, and so was I. Thanks so much.
Leland, North Carolina
Diving into the Ocean State
Now I know how to plan the coming year as I peruse “The Bucket List” [January]. As someone who recently moved from sunny Santa Barbara to Providence, I’m finding that your magazine is my perfect guide to get acclimated to Rhode Island culture and people.
Even though I’m a New Englander born-and-bred, I’m from the Boston area, which meant I never made my way south except to the Newport mansions for one obligatory, touristy visit during my college years. Yet I have discovered a trove of restaurants, museums and more in Rhode Island. And what I love about this state is how nothing is more than an hour away. After living in California and driving five hours north to visit friends for a weekend in San Francisco, driving about an hour south to the beaches of Narragansett is a piece of cake!