Diner’s update

Robert Higginbotham, new owner of Bravo Brasserie, is reaching out to restaurant professionals. Every other Monday night, part of the restaurant will be set aside for other owners, chefs and restaurant workers to gather for dinner. He has created a special three-course menu for $25. The rest of Bravo will be open to the public. 123 Empire St., Providence, 490-5112.

Cuban Revolution is now offering al fresco dining as well as an extended menu on Sunday mornings (beginning at 10 a.m.) that features breakfast tacos in addition to their regular menu. 50 Aborn St., Providence, 331-8829.

The Garden Grille’s new cookbook, Adventures in Vegan Cuisine, should be available this summer. The book focuses on the restaurant’s perennial favorite recipes along with some new creations. 727 East Ave., Pawtucket, 726-2826.

The Capital Grille is supporting Share Our Strength, a charity to end hunger, by selling a $1,000 Oyster Pearl Martini. The cocktail comes with a sterling silver pearl necklace designed by Steven Lagos, and $500 from each purchase benefits Share Our Strength. The offer runs through June 30. One Union Station, Providence, 521-5600.

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