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Hospitality
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Katie Kleyla has been named new director of development at Eat Drink RI, a local culinary media, marketing and event-production company. Before joining Eat Drink RI, Kleyla oversaw marketing & development for Gracie's. Kleyla, who has a B.A. in … more
John Elkhay, chief executive of Chow Fun Food Group, which includes Rick's Roadhouse, Ten Prime Steak and Sushi, and Luxe Burger Bar, brought one of his newest business ventures, Harry's Bar & Burger, to 301 Atwells Ave. last year. For … more
For years television viewers in Rhode Island were tempted by the delights of another world. Paraded before our eyes was an array of sizzling hamburgers and hearty hot dogs fresh off the grill piled high with savory chili and all the … more
The genesis of the Newport County Dinner Club was a favorite pastime for owners David and Nancy Rosenberg. The young couple loved eating out, specifically in Newport County. They had seen publications, all print in that late 1980s era, … more
Year over year, Rhode Island collections for the 5 percent hotel tax increased by about 3.4 percent this past January, according to data released Thursday by the R.I. Department of Revenue. more
(Updated, 6 p.m.) The Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau on Thursday will launch “Recommend Rhode Island,” a promotional initiative to re-brand its ambassador program and encourage grassroots participation. more
(Updated 4:25 p.m.) In January, local 1 percent hotel tax collections increased 3.4 percent year over year, and local 1 percent meal and beverage tax collections rose 3.6 percent, according to the state Department of Revenue. more
April 18 has been named as “Do-Over-Day” in Rhode Island, in an effort to encourage residents to support local restaurants, shops and other businesses that were affected by winter storms. more
The R.I. Convention Center Authority had increased traffic to its three facilities in the first three months of the year, despite several major snow storms and a blizzard that produced heavy snowfall. more
Conventions in Providence are expected to pump more than $15 million into the Rhode Island economy in 2015, bringing almost 16,000 people to the city to stay in hotels, eat in restaurants and shop. more
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