TV Maitre d' with Joe Zito | Edition
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Now In Our 14th Season!

Edition 6 - 2004

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Spring House Hotel

(www.springhousehotel.com)

This block island landmark, built in 1852, features great food and spectacular views of the Atlantic ocean.  Join Joe as he attends a fabulous Tuscan Wine dinner in Victoria’s Parlor!  This is a sister property of the Providence Oyster Bar and Providence Prime.

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Gale Warnings

Terrific new spot in Northern Narragansett offering a reasonably priced, but ambitious menu, casually upscale interior and patio dining with a view of the Newport bridge.  Best of all…it’s a log cabin!  You’ll love it!

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The Remington House

Located in historic Apponaug village in Warwick, the TV Maitre D’ hot pick for great casual dining is a winner!  A diverse and affordable menu is complemented by a bustling bar and the hospitality of owners Patrick and Michael Berek.  Built in 1801 the colonial interior boasts three working fireplaces (in fall and winter) and tons of charm!  Open 7 nights.

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A.T. Siravo’s

It’s where many of RI’s top chefs go for their fresh fruit and produce.  Joe offers a behind the scenes look at this respected company.  Sirano’s also offers a line of fine imported pastas, olive oils, and food products..since 1942.

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Venda Ravioli

(www.vendaravioli.com)

Summertime on DePasquale Plaza on Federal Hill is vibrant, alive and a parade of faces and activity.  With summer in mind Joe visits their amazing meat department and offers great summer food options for barbecues, summer picnics and parties.

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Providence Prime

(www.providenceprime.com)

Located side by side on Atwells avenue on historic federal hill Joe profiles this stylish premier steak house and sister hot spot the oyster bar.  A new level of “surf and turf”

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Providence Oyster Bar

(www.providenceoysterbar.com)

Located side by side on Atwells avenue on historic federal hill Joe profiles this stylish premier steak house and sister hot spot the oyster bar.  A new level of “surf and turf”

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Renaissance

(www.renaissanceontheweb.com)

Formerly naissance, stunning renovations and exciting new menu by chef Byron French and a new theme “seduction of the senses” make this a must stop when in the renaissance city! Wow!