Rhode Island August 03, 2018
There Are Less Than 20 Seats At This Tiny Rhode Island Restaurant But The Food Is So Worth The Wait
Just because a restaurant is tiny, it doesn’t automatically earn “hole-in-the-wall” status. The exact opposite is true when it comes to birch, a small restaurant that seats only 18 diners. This Rhode Island eatery is more of an upscale spot that treats diners to a unique culinary journey.
Located on Washington Street in our beautiful city of Providence, the birch restaurant is a small gem that has limited seating and an ever-changing menu.
Guests dine in an intimate setting at a horseshoe-shaped bar. There are 18 coveted seats available but its well worth the wait. Relax in the cozy yet modern atmosphere that sets the stage for the delicious meal to come.
Restaurateurs Heidi and Benjamin Sukle strive to make birch an unforgettable night for each guest. Heidi acts as general manager overseeing the details that create an overall top-notch experience for diners. Benjamin is an award-winning chef that uses his talents to create dishes beyond compare.
Be ready to sample some incredible cuisine. Flavor combinations that you've never experienced are married together to wow your taste buds. If you think you don't like vegetables, just wait until you try something like asparagus with hop shoots, kelp, nasturtium, and rice.
Enjoy lobster and seafood that take on a new and modern twist. But the menu changes frequently so you're not likely to get the same dish twice.
Wines are paired to enhance the food, trust that you are in good hands with the knowledgeable staff that suggests your beverages.
The menu is designed to showcase seasonal and fresh ingredients. The very nuances of every New England harvest find itself into the food featured at birch restaurant.
While the tastes are completely decadent, the food is photo-worthy too. Each plate comes out looking like a piece of fine art that wiggled its way out of a museum and onto the table.
Visit birch restaurant Thursday through Monday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. The restaurant is closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Reservations are highly recommended at this small restaurant due to its limited seating.
Find birch restaurant at 200 Washington St., Providence, RI 02903. The Providence Performing Arts Center, the Rhode Island Convention Center, and the Dunkin' Donuts Center are all within walking distance. For more information visit their
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