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Efendi's Cafe specializes in Mediterranean cuisine. Efendi's serves Turkish, Armenian, Greek, Italian, French and Middle Eastern foods. Come try our lamb chops, our fresh seafood, and our homemade kebabs. Our menu features many vegetarian and gluten free options. Whether you are looking to indulge or have a healthy dinner, we have the right choice for you. When you think of a healthy and fresh Mediterranean meal, think Efendi's first! We can add flavor to your life~!
Located in Cranston, Rhode Island, we are just a few minutes away from downtown Providence and near the Green airport.More
Leo’s was opened in 1948 by the Mancieri family. Established mainly as a pizzeria in the State Street section of Bristol, RI, the restaurant quickly gained a local following and became a popular eatery. In the years after World War II, Leo’s served as a popular lunch destination for workers and families alike. The Mancieri family, headed by Pantaleone and Virginia, along with sons Mario and Reno, worked tirelessly to produce great fresh Italian favorites and create a clean, friendly environment for their customers. Leo’s remained open until 1976 when Pantaleone passed away. The family decided to close the doors of the popular eatery but in the year 2000 Leo’s grandson, Paul Mancieri, relocated to 365 Hope Street in historic downtown Bristol, right on the parade route. Paul expanded not only the seating capacity but also its menu options, featuring authentic Italian and American cuisine, while focusing on high quality food and a friendly atmosphere.More
Rhode Island Billiard, Bar & Bistro was founded by Phyllis and Tony Costanzo in 1982 when pool was making it’s resurgence into American Culture. Italian American Gustaf Costanzo immigrated to Rhode Island and started a legacy. In 1909 Costanzo purchased a pool license from the city of providence. Years later his son, Anthony Sr. would persevere through prohibition with Italian genius. In 1982, Anthony Costanzo Jr. moved the family business, fighting recession, gas crunches, and the RI Banking Crisis. As well as being the only real billiard and pool hall left in Rhode Island, we also offer a much larger variety of beer and spirits than other restaurants and pubs, serving a full lunch and dinner menu too! After over 100 years in business, pool in RI is as common a term as golf or baseball. Rhode Island Billiard, Bar & Bistro gives you a place to meet friends, new people spend time with old friendsMore
Long known for its classic New England seafood, Providence has also recently garnered a reputation for fine contemporary dining options. As a college town, it offers an abundance of laid-back, reasonably priced restaurants. But because the Johnson and Wales University campus is home to a well-respected culinary arts program, the town has become a popular proving ground for up-and-coming chefs. Even Providence's college students know and expect good food, which keeps the standards in this waterside city exceptionally high. The food options have also been heavily influenced by the city's proximity to Boston and New York. That means a lot of hearty, locally sourced dishes and ample pizza options. Providence's palate is also quite sophisticated, with restaurants serving up everything including French, Swiss, Italian and even vegan cuisine.