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T'S RESTAURANT

1059 Park Avenue, Cranston, RI 02910 | (401) 946-5900

Open Today: Open

Venue Description

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  • Pub 594 Cranston

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  • Twin Oaks Cranston

    .5m away

    Our grandfather, William DeAngelus Sr., founded Twin Oaks in 1933. In 1928 during prohibition, he began distilling whiskey to sell to his friends and his basement became a "speakeasy" (They use to call it Moonshining) - that is until Federal Agents destroyed the still in 1933. Later on that same year, Twin Oaks was born. It had two small private dining rooms that held only sixteen people, and a main dining room which could accommodate up to forty people. But it was a labor of love - our Grandmother, Eva DeAngelus, prepared all the food, and our Grandpa cooked it. The restaurant grew very quickly due to the excellent food and the reasonable prices, which are still in existence today. Bill “Sr." died in January 1979, and our father Bill “Jr.” took over the management of the restaurant. In February, 1980, the restaurant was totally destroyed by fire. While the new building was being constructed, Twin Oaks rented the former Gregory’s Restaurant on Oaklawn Avenue in Cranston, RI. Our customers were very happy that they would not have to do without our fabulous food. We re-opened again in our present building in October 1981. Under the direction of our father, William DeAngelus Jr., Twin Oaks became the largest independent operation in Rhode Island, and is ranked number 66 in the United States. We now have six dining rooms that seat 650 people, and have 180 employees.

  • Stage Door Restaurant and Lounge Cranston

    .5m away

    Stage Door Restaurant and Lounge is located on Park Aveue in Cranston, RI. We had our grand re-opening during summer 2012. We have a front room with a full bar and hightop tables for you to enjoy an after work cocktail or some appetizers with co-workers and then we have a full bar in the back accompanied with couches, a dance floor and a DJ booth. The hours here are Wednesday through Sunday from 4pm-1am. We feature a full menu of delicious food prepared by our new Chef Jim Ansaldi and two bars stocked with almost any type of liquor you can think of. Stop in after work one day and give us a try. We promise you won't be disappointed.

  • The Park Theatre Cranston

    .5m away

    The Park Theatre is a fully-equipped, state of the art, multipurpose performing arts center which will feature concerts, comedy, theatrical performances, speakers, opera, dance recitals, children’s and family shows, movies, sports, presentations and remote entertainment through the Theatre’s satellite-enabled HD projector, and other special events. The Park Theatre will also be used for corporate, civic, and local events, which will include meetings, conferences, weddings, stage competitions and fundraisers. The new stage is a few feet deeper, but much of the theater’s exterior is original. Inside the refurbished theatre, the approximately 1,000 plush red seats are new, and feature arm rests with cup holders, along with significantly more legroom between rows than most theatres. The Park Theatre complex also includes the Stage Door Restaurant and Lounge, as well as a restaurant and banquet hall that can double as a conference and meeting center. Free parking is available for all events behind City Hall, along with professional valet service. In November of 1924, Mayor Arthur A. Rhodes, other city officials, prominent men of the city and hundreds of enthusiastic theatergoers attended opening ceremony of the historic Park Theatre. For the nearly eight decades until it closed its doors in 2002, Cranston’s Park Theatre was a cultural landmark for those growing up and living in Cranston. The one-time film and vaudeville house has been reborn as Rhode Island’s newest theatre and performing arts center. On October 23, 2009 Park Theatre held its grand re-opening, following seven years and nearly $10 million in renovations, with Mayor Allan W. Fung, former Mayor Stephen P. Laffey and many other theatergoers in attendance. The theatre’s owner and developer is Rhode Island businessman Piyush (Pi) Patel of Narragansett, along with his partner in the development, attorney Paul Plourde of Providence. Cranston Mayor Allan W. Fung remembers seeing 1977′s Star Wars – the first film he ever saw in a theatre – at the Park when he was about 10 years old. Former Mayor Stephen P. Laffey remembers paying just 99 cents to see movies there when he was a child. The new Park Theatre hopes to continue to serve as the cultural center of Rhode Island’s third-largest city.

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    MOSAIC restaurant was founded by Syrian-born brothers Fadi & Shadi Al-Tarazi with a goal of sharing their Oriental Syrian food and Damascus culture. The two brothers think of the customers as our dearest friends joining us for a meal at home. We want to serve you delicious food and Shamiya recipes. We want to let you enjoy a perfect Damascus food and treat you with care and passion. Our foods will make you feel as though you never tasted delicious food before. “Fadi Says” OUR MISSION Mosaic restaurant strives to make you feel like one of our relatives Serving tasty Oriental and international food by the Mosaic family Treating each customer with care and efficiency in professional manner. Ensuring perfection in each plate ------ Welcome to MOSAIC restaurant. Mosaic is the art of certain images with an assemblage of small pieces of colored wood, glass, stone and other materials. It’s a technique of decorative art or interior decoration. Most mosaics are made of small, flat, roughly square pieces of stone or glass of different color known as TESSERAE. Some, especially floor mosaics, are made of small rounded pieces of stone, and called pebble mosaic. Others are made of other materials. Mosaic has a long history - early Christian basilicas from the 4th century onwards were decorated with wall and ceiling mosaics and were widely used on religious building and palaces in early Islamic art. This includes Islam’s first great religious building, the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, and the Umayyad Mosque in Damascus (which is the most important early Islamic mosaic work). Modern Mosaics are made by professional artist, street artist, and as a popular craft. Many materials other than traditional stone and ceramic tesserae may be employed, including shells, glass, and beads.

Hours

Sunday: Open

Monday: Open

Tuesday: Open

Wednesday: Open

Thursday: Open

Friday: Open

Saturday: Open

About

Scenes: Cafe/Bistro, Family Spot, Restaurant, Kid Friendly

Cuisines: American, Grill Food

Music: Dining Music

Crowd: Casual Crowd, Locals, Families

Best Food: Sandwiches / Wraps, Breakfast

Dancing: Never

Highlights: Food Deals, Atmosphere (relaxed)

Avg. Entree: $16 - $20

Details

Dress Code: Come as you are. No dress code.

Ambience: Family owned and operated. Very casual. Come as you are!

Best Nights: Weekends for breakfast

Signature Dishes: Anything breakfast!

Other Features Include: Parking Lot, TVs, Gluten Free, Takeout, Communal Dining

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