French Restaurants in Wayland


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Red Stripe offers an array of tempting American cuisine. Those looking to shed a few extra pounds are advised to put their diet on hold, as Red Stripe serves anything but a low-fat menu. Be sure to complete your meal at Red Stripe with a drink from the restaurant's full bar. Red Stripe is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along. Red Stripe has a large dining room, making it easy to seat large parties. Wanna soak up the sun? Come grab a bite at Red Stripe and sit out on their gorgeous patio. Between the music and the crowds, be prepared for a lot of noise at this restaurant. Don't get stuck waiting for a table — the restaurant accepts reservations. Enjoy the vibe here with a business casual dress code. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your meal or snack to go. Parking is made simple at Red Stripe, a local restaurant with nearby street and lot parking options. Typical diners should plan to spend about $30 per person on Red Stripe's moderately priced fare. Save the cash for another day and pay by major credit card at Red Stripe. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at the restaurant, but reviewers rate the dinner menu the highest.
465 Angell St
Providence,
RI
US
Rue De L’Espoir dazzles patrons with an eclectic assortment of American bistro-style dinner comestibles influenced by French, Italian, and Asian cuisine. Snag small plates weighed down by chicken-liver pâté, which is served with a cranberry, black olive, and dried-cherry chutney ($12), or Thai crab cakes with cilantro crème fraiche ($12). Indulge in a more substantial meal of organic roasted chicken, whose surface is delicately bathed in blood-orange glaze, figs, and apricots ($24), or the bouillabaisse, which features shrimp, sea scallops, calamari, and white fish swimming in fresh herbs, plum tomato, white-wine bouillon, and focaccia rouille ($28). While seated at one of the linen-covered terra- cotta tables, cheese lovers can nibble on the cheese board, which pairs Humboldt Fog cheese, Great Hill bleu cheese, and other flavors of coagulated animal juice with fresh bread and a chutney of apple, pear, and fig ($15).
99 Hope St
Providence,
RI
US
Sparky's Coney Island System was first opened in 1915 by Theodore Kanelos, who envisioned a place where families could come for quality wieners. Nearly a century later, the restaurant is still going strong after being handed down through the generations, serving both warm breakfasts and classic wieners. Patrons can chow down on wieners slathered with meat sauce and onions, crispy fish 'n' chips, and stuffed omelets at any time. Or, if something green or lighter is required, there's grilled chicken or clam chowder.
122 Taunton Ave.
East Providence,
RI
US
The crêpe, or French pancake, was invented in 1923 to make its American counterpart look fat, oafish, and uncouth in comparison. Help the disced dessert maintain its well-deserved sense of superiority with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of crêpes, wraps, and more at La Crêperie, located just off Thayer Street on the East Side. La Crêperie serves up a satisfying menu of sweet and savory crêpes, wraps, Belgian waffles, and smoothies daily, in its Thayer Street–adjacent location. Lunchable folded favorites include the Racquel crêpe ($5.50), an alluring femme fatale whose elegant world-weariness conceals old wounds of spinach, brie, and cranberries, and the Mediterranean wrap ($5.95) loaded with basil-marinated chicken, fresh veggies, dijon mustard, and mozzarella that will circle-dance for hours at the sound of a bazouki. Dessert-seeking diners, meanwhile, will delight in the decadence of La Crêperie's sweet crêpes and waffles, such as the strawberry-and-chocolate-filled Michelle ($4.95) crêpe or the simple buttered and sugared pleasure of the Betty crêpe ($2.95), both of which pair harmoniously with any of La Crêperie's refreshing smoothies ($3.95) or fresh-squeezed lemonade ($2.50–$2.95). All of La Crêperie's crêpery is made with fresh, local dairy products and seasonal farm produce, significantly decreasing the risk of synthetic ingredients causing your crêpe to grow a mouth that begs you not to eat it. The intimate eatery has been serving up its tasty treats since 1996 from a hole-in-the-wall storefront with a small seating area and casual counter service reminiscent of the quaint crêperies of Paris. Adding to that Parisian sensibility is the fact that La Crêperie is open until 2 a.m. on weekends so that insomniac sweet teeth and nighthawk romantics can drop in for a quick crêpe after a long night of dancing or perfecting their Louisiana accents. Reviews Yelpers give La Crêperie 3.5 stars, with TripAdvisors giving it four owl eyes. Urbanspooners give it an 81% approval rating: We have never been disappointed by the food here. The crepes are wonderful and always come out just right. – teamwonderful, TripAdvisor As close to the real authentic crepe from Paris that I have come across. – Mike S., Urbanspoon The Creperie is perfect for people looking for an inexpensive, light but tasty breakfast (or lunch) to go. – Seth R., Yelp
82 Fones Aly
Providence,
RI
US
Organic and certified Black Angus meat tops locally sourced buns at Better Burger Co., exemplifying the eatery's commitment to providing quality food while supporting other community businesses. Choose from predesigned options such as the Blue Moon burger with crumbled blue cheese, mushrooms, and fried onion strings, or dream up your own concoction using toppings such as smoked sausage and bourbon sauce. Despite its name, Better Burger Co. doesn't stop at burgers?it also shells out milk shakes, wraps, and sandwiches with ample vegetarian choices sprinkled in.
217 Thayer Street
Providence,
RI
US
Meeting Street’s menu is stocked with tasty sandwiches, soups, salads, and desserts, all made in-house with organic, locally sourced ingredients. Patrons can launch their eating adventure with a tomato salad served with fresh mozzarella and balsamic vinaigrette ($8.25) and then sample a wide variety of sandwiches—all of which are made to order with natural, hormone-free meats—such as the brown bear ($13.50), which combines roast Angus beef with ham, turkey, and swiss cheese. Entrees, such as the chicken, rice, and beans platter ($12.95) or the chicken and vegetable plate ($12.95), which features a large helping of marinated chicken breast served with either steamed vegetables or broccoli, continue the culinary tour. Put the lid on the meal with a Meeting Street cookie ($4.50) and escort it down the mouth-pipe with a bottomless cup of coffee ($2.75).
220 Meeting St
Providence,
RI
US
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