Here’s my collection of Providence’s best college food spots- I had the privilege to test these all out for you and determine which would make the cut, enjoy!
1. The Elephant Room
The perfect Saturday afternoon lunch spot when you and your significant other just can’t seem to agree on where to eat. Indulge in a wide range of sweet and savory crepes along with an extensive 3-page menu of teas! If you’re a tea lover, this is the perfect place for you.
2. Benefit Juice Bar & Cafe
Looking for the perfect replacement to your Monday afternoon Starbucks coffee shop? This adorable quit cafe and juice bar offers a wide range of juices and paninis, my personal favorites? The “Green Powerhouse” smoothie and a”Turkey and Bacon Melt”.
3. The Duck and Bunny
Did someone say brunch with the girls? If you’re looking for a cute spot to get Sunday brunch, look no further than this adorable crêperie & tearoom located in a historic victorian style house. Bonus: they have adorable and yummy cupcakes.
4. Tallulah Taqueria
Tired of chipotle? But still craving a Mexican fix? Here you can find burrito bowls, nachos, salads, and of course tacos. You can go classic and have a chicken taco, but if you’re really daring you can even try a beef tongue taco. Regardless of your taco preference- as your choice of beverage, I highly recommend the “Basil Limeade”.
5. Say Cheese
Maybe you’re trying to kick last night’s outing, or maybe you could just really go for a grilled cheese. Here you’ll find yourself mesmerized by the many different grilled cheese combinations Say Cheese has to offer. I promise you can’t go wrong.
6. PV Donut
So you’re craving something sweet? Prepare yourself, PV donut serves up the trendiest and most outrageous gourmet donut combinations out there. Personal favorite- Maple Bacon.
7. The Shop
Avocado toast anyone? Say no more, this place is totally trendy and insta worthy. Although the menu isn’t extensive everything they serve will fit perfectly into that Summer diet of yours.
8. Ken’s Ramen
One of the first places I tried when I arrived in Providence, Ken’s remains my favorite place to get ramen, and it’s far better than the 25 cent ramen you eat in your dorm room. Beware, however, this place is always packed! Be prepared to wait around 20 minutes for your table and possibly share it with strangers, but that’s a small price to pay for some award-winning ramen.
So the secrets out, now you can enjoy some of Providence’s best food too! Look forward to some “travel” blog posts coming out later next week! Happy (almost) spring break! xoxo