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1060 Hope Street, Providence, RI 02906 (East Side Prov) | (401) 421-2600

Open Today: 11pm

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Sunday: 11am – 10pm

Monday: 11am – 10pm

Tuesday: Open

Wednesday: 11am – 10pm

Thursday: 11am – 10pm

Friday: 11pm

Saturday: 11pm


Scenes: Margarita Bar, Outdoor Spot, After Work, Restaurant, Kid Friendly

Cuisines: Gluten Free, Indian, Vegetarian, Vegan

Music: Indian, World

Crowd: Locals, Families, Professionals

Best Food: Fish, Curry

Best Drinks: Margaritas, Mixed Drinks

Dancing: Sometimes

Highlights: Food Deals, Drink Deals, Outdoor Area

Avg. Entree: $10 - $15


Beer Selection: Imported: Kingfisher, Taj Mahal, Newcastle, Bass Ale, etc.

Takeout: Yes

Capacity: 120

Crowd Type: Mixed

Dress Code: Casual

Gift Cards: Yes

On Tap: Magic Hat No. 9, Kingfisher, Sam Adams Octoberfest, Newcastle, Bluemoon, Sam Adams Boston Lager.

Outdoor Area: Front Patio overlooking Lippit Park. Back Courtyard with swings for seats, water features and lush gardens.

Parking: Street parking

TVs: Yes

Other Features Include: Gluten Free

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