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The Grange

166 Broadway (Dean St.) Send to Phone
401-831-0600 | Menu
Vegetarian dining at one of Providence's premier cocktail bars.


Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late

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Operations may be disrupted due to COVID-19. Be sure to contact the restaurant to find out its current status and offerings.

The Grange Restaurant Review

: When some people think of a grange, they picture cattle, and the rustic décor at The Grange restaurant in Providence does little to dispel this notion. But a grange is really just a farm, and this establishment is devoted to the art of fine vegetarian cooking, much as you'd expect from the founders of vegetarian restaurant the Garden Grille in Pawtucket. Owner Rob Yaffe and chef Jon Dille have created something unique by combining locally sourced, meat-free dining with some of the state's best mixology (the rum knowledge and selection at the bar is particularly impressive). So, this isn't a restaurant for health nuts, per se. Dinner might be an oyster mushroom po’ boy accompanied by a cast-iron pot of soy-sweetened and roasted turnips, or beets panzanella served three ways (roasted, pickled and fried). Cocktails include a dozen variations on the traditional old-fashioned and the refreshing Sling #2 made with cucumber and Pimm’s. Plates come in small, medium and large, and none are over $18, so it's fun to order a bunch to share. You'll leave the table feeling like you've made a halfway healthy choice --- unless you go for the cheesecake or another of the house-made desserts, of course. For hot drinks and pastries, walk up to the Chicory coffee bar, open daily for breakfast and lunch.

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