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Hospitality & Tourism
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There are two new restaurants in our dining-destination state that are each in the early stages of opening. Both are located in the midst of established restaurant rows in cities at opposite ends of Rhode Island. more
NEWPORT – The International Tennis Hall of Fame officially broke ground recently on a $15.7 million expansion and renovation project intended to help modernize the complex and boost visitors, The Newport Daily News reported. more
Bread – it is a staple, “the staff of life.” It is the third essential ingredient to romance along with a jug of wine and “thou.” It is written that man does not live by it alone. more
The Procaccianti Group has been trying to raze the John E. Fogarty Memorial Building on Fountain Street in Providence since 2006. more
Hope & Main LLC, Rhode Island’s first culinary business incubator, has brought on food industry veteran Julie Nahas to serve as executive director of operations as the organization steams toward its official launch in August. more
Providence has contracted 834 hotel room nights associated with Saturday’s New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens playoff game in Foxborough, according to the R.I. Sports Commission, a division of the Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau. more
Local 1 percent hotel, meal and beverage tax collections, as well as state 5 percent hotel tax collections, all increased on a year-over-year, and fiscal year-to-date basis through October, according to the state Department of Revenue. more
Within the past year, three downtown Providence hotels have undergone substantial renovations, with new and planned work at two of them being made specifically to attract more convention and meeting business. more
On a recent weekday lunch hour, there were no fewer than 50 food trucks lined up on one stretch of Wall Street in lower Manhattan. more
The state’s restaurant industry continues to fire on all cylinders. As the peak summer season kicked off, there were widespread reports of packed houses, and waiting times for tables were commonplace even in downtown Providence, as well as in the traditional hotspots of Newport and Narragansett. more
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