Bars in Rhode Island


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  • Ladder 133 Sports Bar & Grill
    Ladder 133 Sports Bar & Grill's roots in New England dig almost as deep as the Red Sox games broadcast on the sports bar?s 30 high-definition TVs. Built in 1902 as the Douglas Avenue Fire Station, the family-friendly grill pays homage to its rich history with antique furnishings and a menu headlined by never-frozen fresh fare and Firehouse wings that range from the routine Firefighter to the blazing Deputy Chief. The station?s original woodwork remains above the bar, and the turn-of-the-century firefighters? dressers have been converted into service tables. The bar itself?a solid mahogany relic of the 1800s?hosts taps for more than 20 draft beers and converts into a hot sauce slip?n?slide after local teams? victories.
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    133 Douglas Ave.
    Providence, RI US
  • Marley's on the Beach
    Soaking up the vibes alongside Oakland Beach, Marley's on the Beach takes on the personality of its waterfront location. Inside, tables spread visitors out across a spacious dining area, and tiki hut hatching decorates a fully stocked bar. There, servers concoct refreshing cocktails and frozen drinks, such as the orange vodka and ice cream mix-infused creamcicle. Adding to the relaxed island feel, live bands gets crowds swinging and swaying every night the restaurant is open.
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    885 Oakland Beach
    Warwick, RI US
  • L'attitude Modern Eatery
    By making meals from scratch, chefs are able to add flavorful twists to classic dishes on the menu at Revolution Restaurant & Bar. Many of these creative endeavors are found in the sauces, from the cognac mustard sauce covering the steak to the mandarin orange salsa ladled atop blackened swordfish. Chefs pour thyme and wildflower honey over pot roast and pair shrimp scampi toast with lime cr?me fraiche. But the most surprising flavor twist might be the bacon and Bourbon-glazed popcorn. And on select nights, the tables fill with guests partaking in trivia contests or enjoying live performances from bands and finger puppeteers.
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    2190 Broad St.
    Providence, RI US
  • Doherty's East Avenue Irish Pub
    Starting Friday, October 5 at 6 p.m. and running through Monday, October 8, O Fest RI, spearheaded by Doherty's East Avenue Irish Pub, celebrates autumn with beer, live music, and general merriment. The festival features fall-themed libations from as far away as Germany itself—with Oktoberfest brews from Spaten, Hofbrau, and Paulaner—and those from closer to home from brewers such as Harpoon, Sam Adams, and Shipyard. In addition, the festival will feature a lineup of musical acts, including What Matters and Those Guys. Doherty's East Avenue Irish Pub, whose whopping 82 taps helped earn it an award for Best Bar and Beer Selection in The Phoenix's Best of Providence 2011, will anchor the celebration from their dark-wood bar. The bar itself serves a host of culinary treats from Prince Edward Island mussels in zesty zuppa sauce to blackened jerk salmon. An outdoor patio plays host to al fresco dining and lassoing the moon to impress dates.
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    172 Exchange St
    Pawtucket, RI US
  • Comedy Connection Providence
    "Comedy Connection," wrote the Providence Phoenix, "is our Comedy Central." The winner of the paper's "Best Comedy Club" award for five years running, Comedy Connection lives up to its accolades by populating its stage with a slew of up-and-coming and established comedians. Throughout shows, bartenders sling domestic and imported brews while mixing both basic drinks with Jack Daniels and dessert substitutes, such as s'mores and caramel-apple martinis. Aside from regular standup sets, Comedy Connection?s fundraising program helps members of the community host charitable events that benefit non-profit organizations, youth sports teams, and families in need.
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    39 Warren Avenue
    East Providence, RI US
  • Ciro's Tavern
    Modeled after a cozy English pub, Ciro's Tavern maintains a menu packed with upscale pub fare, pizza, and delectable seafood, chicken, and steak entrees. Traditional tavern victuals take a posh spin with such options as the baked lobster macaroni and cheese ($12), the Ashworth burger—loaded with caramelized honey-dijon onions and gorgonzola ($8)—and lobster sliders ($3 each). Ciro's chefs smack the finishing topping-touches on eleven varieties of grilled pizzas, including the Lobster Mobster, with freshly cracked lobster meat nestled amid asparagus and tomatoes, reclining atop a molten bed of cheese and alfredo sauce ($13). Stab a fork into the lobster risotto ($18), the house specialty, or give steaks the deep-sea treatment with a coat of lobster cream sauce ($4), enhancing such cuts as the 16-ounce rib eye and 12-ounce sirloin ($18 each).
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    42 Cherry St
    Woonsocket, RI US

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