Rhode Island December 12, 2019
The Coziest Place For A Winter Rhode Island Meal, Milk Money, Is Comfort Food At Its Finest
Whether or not you look forward to Rhode Island winters, there’s always at least one perk: this is the best time to sit down and enjoy a nice, heavy meal. We’ve officially reached comfort food season, and it’s time to try those delicacies you’ve been craving for months that just don’t taste quite as good in the summer. We recommend starting at Milk Money in Providence.
Milk Money opened in 2015, promptly becoming a local favorite.
The restaurant is run by a native Rhode Islander and a small team of dedicated locals.
Walk in the door, take a few steps down, and you'll be inside the cozy, intimate dining area.
The space is rustic-chic, charming, and totally eye-catching. That's mostly because it's decorated with reclaimed wood from the 1668 home of the first Governor of Rhode Island and lots of exposed brick.
Milk Money is a fairly small space, but it's great for group dining -- in fact, you can rent the place out for private events.
The entire restaurant can accommodate 80 (or 120 standing), and the team will work with you on a menu.
Of course, Milk Money is a great date destination, group hangout, and solo dining spot as well.
The only requirement is that you love delicious food.
Speaking of food, prepare to be blown away by whatever you order here.
The chef goes above and beyond to prepare the tastiest entrees using local, sustainable ingredients. The dinner menu consists mainly of small shareable plates and hearty entrees like fried chicken, burgers, Wayu beef, and risotto.
Brunch is served on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. (10 a.m. on Fridays), and it's exceptional.
This is truly comfort food at its finest (and prettiest).
If you want to imbibe, you've come to the right place.
The bar menu is full of craft cocktails, highly rated beer and wine, and seasonal libations.
Milk Money is open daily for dinner (and brunch on the weekends), but hours vary.
And while you'll want to have a bigger budget than actual milk money to enjoy the food, nothing on the menu is outrageously priced. This means you can splurge on dessert.
Milk Money the next time you’re in Providence on a cold winter evening and you’ll warm right up.
Address: 566 S Water St, Providence, RI 02903, USA