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Steaks at this wine-focused steakhouse (hand-selected USDA Prime, certified Angus and Wagyu beef) are all aged a minimum of 21 days for optimum flavor. Fleming's aims to set itself apart from its competitors with modern accents on steak accompaniments such as truffle-poached lobster, Diablo shrimp and lump crab meat that's Oscar style with béarnaise sauce.
In the over one-century-old Pilgrim MIll's Building, Mill's Tavern Restaurant is rugged yet sophisticated.
This outpost of The Capital Grille is located in downtown Providence, just minutes from the Providence Place Mall. The restaurant is also a prime hot spot for local notables who head here for happy hour or business dinners.
Dazzling and clubby, Ten Prime Steak and Sushi has been a prominent downtown Providence mainstay since 2001. It's a draw for both local and national celebrities for its classic menu, sleek environment, and inventive craft cocktails.
Located in the historic Federal Hill neighborhood, best known for its "Little Italy" cuisine, Mount Fuji Japanese Steakhouse caters to diners looking for more exotic fare. From sushi to chefs grilling meats, seafood, and vegetables on hibachis, the menu features traditional Japanese dishes.
What's not to love about The Grill? It's an all-day eatery where diners may start the morning with brioche French toast on the dock or end the evening indulging in craft cocktails and premium steaks, chops and seafood.
Located on the wharf, 22 Bowens Wine Bar and Grille is one of the most upscale eateries in the area that offers views of the water. It attracts an eclectic crowd of hot shots who come for drinks and/or dinner in a setting that's sleek and modern. There's also a second level reserved for private events. It features panoramic views of Newport Harbor.