Saturday, March 2, 2024

TOPICS

Home Tags Kg Kitchen Bar

Tag: Kg Kitchen Bar

GRAND OPENING: People gather at the newly opened Beech restaurant in Jamestown in June. Beech replaces the former Simpatico Jamestown restaurant on Narragansett Avenue, which was bought by restaurateur Kevin Gaudreau, renovated and reopened under the new name. 
COURTESY BEECH/KEITH MERLUZZO

New discoveries await on R.I. restaurant rows

When new restaurants open, it is usually the beginning of an exciting discovery for guests. For restaurateurs and chefs, it is often the culmination...
STREET EATS: “Al Fresco on the Hill” outdoor dining will return to Federal Hill in Providence this summer in conjunction with new city policies waiving event and parking fees. / COURTESY FEDERAL HILL COMMERCE ASSOCIATION

Plenty of policy questions on dining in public spaces

The concept of reopening is a three-legged stool that must have a sturdy foundation on all sides lest it collapse. “Reopening” is a more-apt term...
DISHING IT OUT: Ciro’s Tavern in Woonsocket has participated in The Poutine Indulgence tasting competition in the past. Noah Peloquin, left, and Gina Savini, Ciro Tavern owner, work at the serving station during the 2018 competition at the Museum of Work and Culture in Woonsocket. / COURTESY JUDITH POTTER

Dining Out: Venturing into poutine

Could one of the unexpected benefits of this past year we have all endured be that our palates are ready for adventure? It would...
Bruce Newbury

Dining Out: A few restaurant myths need dispelling

The expression “old wives’ tale” is almost as politically incorrect these days as – well, what expression isn’t these days? Nonetheless, they are as...
Bruce Newbury

Fine dining is back

“There’s absolutely an appetite on diners’ parts to be dazzled!” This observation in a recent published report from Caroline Potter, the chief dining officer...
Bruce Newbury

Successful eateries take care of the ‘boss’

In the dynamic world of the restaurant industry, there naturally occurs a certain amount of ebb and flow. Tastes change, neighborhoods change, philosophies change,...
- Featured Event -

Latest News