Providence & Rhode Island Chef's Table: Extraordinary Recipes from the Ocean State

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The state of Rhode Island is so small, it's more like a city-state with just about everything within easy driving distance. Rhode Island really is like one big city where you can drive thirty minutes in any direction and find a restaurant worthy of your time and money.Rue de l'Espoir and Pot au Feu were the early pioneers, serving French cuisine and bistro fare. Al Forno and New Rivers opened in 1980, both garnering national acclaim for their Modern Italian cuisine and New American cuisine, respectively. Not surprisingly, ...

Providence & Rhode Island Chef's Table: Extraordinary Recipes from the Ocean State 2014, Lyons Press, Guilford, Connecticut

ISBN-13: 9780762796625

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