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2120 Diamond Hill Road, Woonsocket, RI 02895 | (401) 768-3433

Open Today: Open

Venue Description

Venues in closest proximity

  • Walnut Hill Bowl / Back Alley Pub Woonsocket

    .5m away

    Located at 1666 Diamond Hill Road, in Woonsocket RI. A family fun bowling center, with great deals every day of the week!

  • Savini's Pomodoro Woonsocket

    1.8m away

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  • Chelo’s – Woonsocket Woonsocket

    2.1m away

    Our restaurant in Woonsocket, RI hosts a train that circles the main dining room, benefiting research for Paget's Disease. This location also has a function room that seats up to 35 people. Bring the family on Tuesday for Kid's Night from 5-8PM!

  • Andrew's Bistro Cumberland

    2.2m away

    At Andrew's Bistro we take great pride in serving the freshest quality local ingredients, delicious bistro fare, alfresco dining, the best tasting wines, innovative martinis, specialty coffees, upscale espresso bar and delicious house made desserts. Our staff is trained to only give the best service and to recognize our guest's unspoken needs

  • Ciro's Tavern Woonsocket

    2.5m away

    In 1893 the Mee family, proprietors of a bottling company fulfilling bourbon and Ales for New York distilleries set forth to expand their business going into retail. Building a four-story building containing a retail liquor store on the first floor, the second floor a home for family members who managed the store, and the third and fourth floors to accommodate immigrants coming into America for new opportunities. Business thrived until prohibition forcing closure and property changing hands until post-prohibition where the store turned into a bar by a local Irish politician calling it Uncle’s Café. The upper levels became rundown and the boarding rooms became a brothel. It wasn’t until a new entrepreneur Evo “Curly” Donnini & his wife Martha took over in 1962 with a vision to build a highend food & wine establishment using King Henry VIII Palace of Hampton Court for its Tudor style as its inspiration with a budget of over one-million dollars to rehab the building in its entirety, now receiving architectural design awards for its design.


Sunday: Open

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: Open

Wednesday: Open

Thursday: Open

Friday: Open

Saturday: Open


Scenes: Live Music, Restaurant, Bar

Cuisines: American


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