Providence, Rhode Island, is home to many designers and artists, so it’s no wonder that the city’s restaurants feature beautiful and delicious dishes. Nobody can make pancakes or poached eggs look as good as the chefs in Providence. If you’re in town for the weekend or just looking for a new place to enjoy a Bloody Mary with friends, here are ten of the best brunch spots and breakfast places in Providence.
10. T’s Restaurant
With locations in Cranston, East Greenwich, and Narragansett, T’s Restaurant is beloved by the people of Providence. Their brunch menu features the likes of organic fair trade coffee, bacon and cheese stuffed French toast, and an onion bagel sandwich with scrambled eggs and sautéed spinach.
9. The Duck and Bunny
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Crêperie and tearoom The Duck and Bunny is a cozy and comfortable place to enjoy brunch with friends every day of the week. Aside from a wide array of cupcakes, cakes, and pies, the menu features a mandarin almond salad, vegan pancakes, latkes, and of course many crêpes, including a crêpe burrito.
8. Nick’s on Broadway
Nick’s on Broadway boasts a casual vibe and a brunch menu that includes spiced fruit cobbler with toasted oat crumble, a herb-crusted tofu and hummus sandwich, baked polenta, and a frittata made with mushrooms, asparagus, kale, and feta. The restaurant features dishes made with locally sourced ingredients, making it a really authentic place to get brunch in Providence.
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Brewpub Julian’s has a quirky décor with a menu to match. Dishes include a scrambled egg pizza, shakshuka, vegan French toast, eggs benedict with grilled sirloin steak, and an omelette called ‘The Jedi Mind Trick’, made with spinach, mushrooms, onion, and Swiss cheese.
6. The Grange
Vegetarian hotspot The Grange is making food as beautiful as the restaurant itself. The menu features sweet potato hash with poaches eggs, chocolate chip waffles, grits with jalapeño, salsa, and guacamole, a kim chi burrito, and a quinoa salad with avocado, beets, and sunflower seeds. This is one of the healthier places to get brunch in Providence.
5. Corner Café
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There’s something for everyone at Corner Café. With an eclectic brunch menu that features a smoked salmon breakfast sandwich, egg whites scrambled with cucumber and sun dried tomato, sausage pancakes with caramelized apples and cheddar, and a breakfast burrito with chorizo, portabella mushrooms, and gorgonzola, it’s definitely one of the more interesting breakfast places in Providence.
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Simone’s offers a contemporary and upscale take on brunch. Menu items include wood grilled blackbird farm flank steak and eggs, crab cakes, buttermilk pancakes, and crockpot grits. All dishes feature locally grown and seasonal ingredients, making it a great place to get brunch in Providence.
3. The Salted Slate
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The brunch menu at The Salted Slate is unlike anything you’ll find anywhere else. Including warm doughnuts, cheddar and chive buttermilk biscuits, lemon ricotta pancakes, Belgian waffles with wild Maine blueberry compote, and a bacon burger with goat cheese and braised shortrib.
Kitchen is a local favorite and hip hotspot for many reasons. It’s cute, cozy and compact, with a menu that includes dishes like huevos rancheros, croissant French toast, grilled corn and blueberry muffins, bacon hash, crab cakes, breakfast quesadillas, and many different kinds of omelets.
1. Loie Fuller’s
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The French-influenced American dishes at Loie Fullers have people coming back again and again. The menu features zucchini eggs benedict, a vegetable omelet with asparagus, spinach, and goat cheese, beignets with apple reduction, and hashbrowns that you’ll be thinking about for days afterwards. It’s definitely one of the more memorable breakfast places in Providence.