Rhode Island Monthly named Beehive Cafe Best of Rhode Island Editors' Pick in 2008 and Best Lunch of Rhode Island in 2010. The Providence Phoenix reviewed The Beehive Cafe and gave it an average of four stars, and 100% of Urbanspooners recommend it.
Eggroll Café's menu boasts inventive ingredients like replacing eggrolls' classic fillings with the tastes of cheeseburger, spinach and feta, or steak fajita inside the familiar golden, crispy crusts. The kitchen shies away from the use of added preservatives, flavorants, colorants and trans-fats. Far from the average Asian eatery, here, baristas whip up flavored lattes in irish cream or white-chocolate flavors to pair with bento boxes full of General Gao's chicken, Chicken Katsu, and Spicy Korean Pork. Among the bright yellow walls, patrons sip fruit-flavored bubble teas and take bites of cinn' apple dessert eggrolls to top things off.
At Riffic Grilled Cheese, whipping up grilled cheese sandwiches is what the staff does best. Their grilled sandwiches are totally customizable, right down to the bread: choose your base, cheese, toppings, and any meat to create the ultimate multi-layered grilled-cheese sandwich.
With a variety of foreign and independent talkies, Cable Car Cinema & Cafe entertains all who venture into its newly refurbished interior. Film fanatics can experience Tony Stone's Out Of Our Minds, a 28-minute exploration of mythology, music, and imagery as conceived by musician Melissa Auf der Maur (formerly of Hole and the Smashing Pumpkins). Beijing Taxi is a documentary that explores perceptions of the metamorphic Chinese capital from the points of view of three taxi drivers, and Total Badass portrays Austin's underground scene, counter-culturally interpreted by local deviant Chad Holt.