Hidden on Hope Street

hopeWhen Rhode Islanders think of going out in Providence, few consider Hope St as their destination. It’s tucked away on the East Side, spanning just a few blocks with restaurants and stores — what’s there to do?

How about Saturday morning farmers markets in Lippitt Park, ice cream at Three Sisters and coffee at Seven Stars? How about authentic Indian cuisine, Asian cuisine, Italian cuisine, French cuisine, farm-to-table cuisine, bratwursts, vegan dishes, pub food, BYOB restaurants and cocktails crafted by mixologists? (I tend to be food-focused, but there are plenty of cute shops, too, not to mention the multi-award winning bastion of RI dance, Festival Ballet.) The variety, authenticity and sense of comfort this area provides allow for everyone’s needs to be met and make visitors feel at home.

Here are just a couple features that highlight why so many of us return to Hope.

Goldilocks and the Four Bars

Indian Flavor on Hope

Hope Springs

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