The Rhode Island Restaurant With French Roots That Date Back To The 1970’s

If you’re searching for almost any type of cuisine, you can probably find it in Rhode Island. We have a culinary diversity that rivals many larger states. Not only do we have all these options, but they are good, because if there’s one thing a Rhode Islander won’t tolerate, it’s a bad meal. Many of our local eateries have been here for years and have a rich history and place in the community. French dining in Rhode Island has a particularly rich history, with many restaurants offering a scrumptious menu of French classics and new creations. One of those restaurants is the delightful bistro, Pot Au Feu.

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Doesn’t this spot look absolutely delectable? And with the ever changing menu, you can eat here many a time and never worry about repeating a meal (unless you want to of course!) Pot Au Feu is only open Fridays and Saturdays from 5:30 to 9 p.m, and reservations go quickly, so make yours now at their website.

Address: Pot au Feu, 44 Custom House St, Providence, RI 02903, USA