Food and Drink

Chef Madi Butler Takes the Train: A Rail Rider’s Peek into the Providence Foodie Scene

Chef Madi Butler has what is quite possibly the coolest internship in the United States, working for Summer by Rail run by the Rail Passengers Association.

We had the chance to catch up with Butler after her stop off in Providence on July 4 and we think it’s safe to say she’s having quite the trip. Read on to learn more about her adventure and her stay in our capital city.

Providence Restaurant Weeks Kick Off with 90 Dining Options

Three-course lunches start at $16.95, and the three-course dinners are $29.95, $34.95 or $49.95.

“When I was growing up, Federal Hill was known as the place to go for Italian food,” Elorza says. “And it still is known as that place but today it is also known as the place to go for great Asian food, or Mexican food, or so many more other foods from throughout the world.”

Dinner Made Easy with Prica Farina’s Fresh Pasta

Husband and wife team, David Strenio and Priscila Moritz, handmake and sell up to ten pasta varieties per day.

Pasta-maker Strenio had worked in well-known Boston restaurants since 1991, and he also was the head cheesemaker at the renowned Great Hill Dairy in Marion, Massachusetts, famous for its Great Hill Blue Cheese.