Rhode Island Monthly - Rhode Island Monthly March 2013
A flashy drink list plus a creative menu results in a downtown destination with a party vibe.
Circe 50 Weybosset St., Providence, 437-8991, circerestaurantbar.com. Hours Mon.–Fri. for lunch, Mon.–Sat. for dinner, Sundays for brunch. Late-night menu on weekends. Wheelchair accessible. Valet parking. Cuisine If Beyonce were a food. Capacity 150. Vibe After-hours crowd with more decency. Prices Appetizers $6–$12, entrees $20–$30, desserts $8–$18. Karen’s picks Scallop ceviche, Greek-style tuna, roast chicken, grilled pork, Indian-inspired halloumi. Key Fair Good Very…
Memories turn the pages of our lives in ways a calendar never will.
When I was a little girl, every year on the first day of spring my mother took me outside and together we recited, “Spring has sprung, the grass has riz; I wonder where the flowers is?” A New England March usually didn’t have any flowers yet. Often, Mom and I had to step over piles of snow for our…
Proud Parade I'm curious why the article “36 Reasons We Love Rhode Island” in your January edition did not include: “Because we have the oldest continuous Fourth of July celebration in the country.” July 4, 2013, will be Bristol’s 228th continuous Fourth of July celebration, which attracts thousands of people each year with its annual military, civic and fireman’s parade,…
The 30 Best Streets to Live On in Rhode Island
Whether you're after a saltbox on a winding country road or a townhouse overlooking a cove, you can find it here.
We considered factors such as attractiveness, proximity to amenities including libraries, parks, restaurants, shopping and beaches, and looked for value.