Libations Restaurant and Bar in Warwick is situated inside the Radisson Hotel. The restaurant offers the perfect escape from the daily stresses of life while providing you the opportunity to consume an array of delicious foods. Whether you are a guest of the Radisson Hotel or not, you should stop in at Libations Restaurant and Bar to satisfy your hunger.
Menu items that you are likely to enjoy are the cinnamon swirl French toast, sweet Italian sausage omelette, seasonal fruit compote or the egg and cheese sandwich. Dive into a hearty breakfast and start your day off right or finish it off with a nightcap with one of the many beverage options found at the bar. Either way, you are sure to find Libations Restaurant and Bar right up your alley.
This restaurant is overlooked by locals, as it is located in the hotel. They came out with some new menu items. Which we thought were good, with minor adjustments to presentation and sides. Chowder and crab cakes and bbq chicken were good.
The desserts were worth it. The tomato soup is thick, not creamy.
This would be quite a decent restaurant in ANY context but it was a pleasure to find this place in an "airport hotel" (Radisson) close to where I was staying for a conference. The dining area was open, softly lit, and comfortable. The dishes were well prepared, nicely presented, and featured fresh local produce. Service was competent - although our server fumbled about a bit, she was motivated and everything went well. This is a well run "training" restaurant for Johnson & Wales students and they do a fine job overall. The prices were very modest - especially for a restaurant far from the city center that typically sees travelers without time or inclination to shop around. Small but respectable wine list with hardly a visible markup.
Originally planned on being a quick dinner, but an offer to watch the NHL playoffs in their lounge area was above and beyond the service I expected. The restaurant is quiet and cozy, and has a very welcome feel when you walk in. Unlike typical hotel restaurants, the prices were reasonable, the food was outstanding, and the wine list and drink selections were diverse. The service from Rich, Celine, Cody and Alyssa are top notch. I certainly recommend checking this place out, even if you aren't a Radisson hotel guest.
Beautiful atmosphere, delicious foods, knowledgeable & informative staff from JWU.
A surprise find on a trip to Providence. We went researching places where Johnson & Wales culinary graduates might ply their trade and found this one. Excellent food especially for the price. Try the small plates especially. Will definitely be going back to try the rest of the menu.
The team at Libations was very friendly and accommodating. They were attentive to our group and flexible with our needs.
Always great service and wonderful food!
the lobster chowder was really good and the pulled pork
Libations is a wonderful dining establishment. It is one of my favorites and has been so for quite a few years. The service is always spectacular and all the students seem to enjoy their jobs and helping to make a memorable experience for each guest. The drinks are fantastic! Each bartender is more than welcoming when asked if they could make special cocktails not on the menu. Libations is also great for foodies as the menu is innovative and yet still accommodating for those with simple appetites. It is also very reasonably priced-which you can never go wrong with!
We always love dining at Libations...we are planning our next trip already!!!
One of my favorite little hide aways! I always have a great time and a great meal at Libations! The food, wine, and service are all top notch!!! Looking forward to returning!
We only had a chance to have breakfast there. The food was excellent. They had a special, cinnabon pancakes and they were absolutely delicious. The staff is a mixture of Johnson and Wales culinary students and professionals and the blending of the two made for great food and great service. I hope to get a chance to try dinner there on our next trip.
Went here for Mother's Day. It was just OK.
You can tell the people here are there because they see it as their vocation.
The menu on the face of it the menu reads like regular American fare. However the quality and presnetation and 'twists" they put on their food makes this a great brunch venue
Fantastic food, exceptional service, and they adapted our table from 4 to 6 with a smile.