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Food Service
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The “Hell Paitan” on Ken’s Ramen on Washington Street is one of the best places in the country to find a dish of “uncommon ramen,” according to Bon Appetit’s “Eat Like a Local” feature. more
(Updated 12:30 p.m.) Behind Citizens Bank in Providence, between Westminster and Cranston streets, sits a vacant lot. It's the previous home of Louttit Laundry, but after the building was abandoned in 1985, dilapidation was inevitable and the building got … more
"We just got the keys a week ago!" exclaimed restaurateur Sam Glynn. He was in the midst of a series of transitions earlier this month that would take him from being the owner-operator of a single standalone restaurant (Chomp in Warren), to what the … more
The restaurant review was exuberant in its praise. Joie S. had just visited The Malted Barley, a new restaurant in Providence that features a rich variety of craft beers and hand-rolled, gourmet pretzels. "I AM SO EXCITED THIS PLACE IS … more
Three students who created a pizza-parlor business model that mimics the Subway sandwich shop assembly-line approach to making food won a Rhode Island ProStart competition, based on their studies during a two-year curriculum offered at their school. … more
One Financial Plaza has become a more attractive place to eat lunch at the desk. The 28-story office building, home to Santander Bank and Merrill Lynch, this week welcomed Fooda, a company that brings a different restaurant to the workplace every day. more
The Matunuck Oyster Bar made the list of TimeOut’s 21 best seafood restaurants in America, coming in at No. 16. more
I had a grant application due last week. It posed the simple question: "What experience has prepared you to carry out your mission?" I felt obliged to answer honestly: absolutely nothing. When I started Edesia, I had none of the required … more
PAWTUCKET – Narragansett Brewing Co. CEO Mark Hellendrung is making good on longstanding plans to bring the brew back to Rhode Island, partnering with the owners of The Guild on a new craft-brewing consortium. Hellendrung, who grew up in … more
An "uphill adventure" is the way Armando DeDona, president and director of Long Live Beerworks, describes pursuing his dream of owning his own brewery. DeDona, 37, spent a year and a half getting permits and equipment for the business, … more
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