providence must eats? (besides al forno)
going for a weekend to providence-- where should i go besides al forno (which i have been to and love!) ? someone mentioned julian's to me- i was thinking of going for breakfast? any other ideas?
I don't mean to be rude, but use the "Search" box above and spend 15-20 minutes reading the results. Providence has many restaurants with many different types of food and in almost all price ranges. You've said nothing about where you prefer to eat (as in neighborhoods), what kind of food and what you'd like to spend, other than saying that you love an interminable wait for an overpriced pizza.
Once you read a bit, you'll find that Julian's gets decidedly mixed reviews here, and that Al Forno gets very little love.