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DINING

DINING
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ANNIE’S
Lively, cash-only breakfast spot on Bellevue Avenue, near the Tennis Hall of Fame. 401-849-6731

BOUCHARD RESTAURANT & INN
Fresh, upscale French in a historic 1785 Georgian home. 800-548-9417; restaurantbouchard.com

BRICK ALLEY PUB & RESTAURANT
Loud and bustling, a great place to hang. Funky decor (check out the vintage firetruck on the roof), hearty pub fare, and seasonal specials. 401-849-6334; brickalley.com

ELIZABETH’S CAFE
Romantic platters for couples in a casually eccentric setting. 401-846-6862

SALVATION CAFE
A locals-only treasure, with an unpredictable menu and a 10-ounce “Salvation burger.” 401-847-2620; salvationcafe.com

22 BOWEN’S WINE BAR & GRILLE
Primo steakhouse on Bowen’s Wharf, plus seafood, with an impressive wine list and lively Sunday brunch. 401-841-8884; 22bowens.com

THE WHITE HORSE TAVERN
Oldest operating tavern in the U.S. (since 1673); Steven Spielberg ate its “New American”-style food while filming Amistad on the waterfront. 401-849-3600; whitehorsetavern.us

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