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    What to do

    Bank of America City Center

    Kennedy Plaza

    401-331-5544

    www.kennedyplaza.org

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    10 p.m., Sat-Sun 11-10. Adults $6, age 65 and over and 12 and under $3, Providence residents free. Skate rental $4. Lunchtime and after work $3,

    skate rental $3 except holidays and school vacation.

    Botanical Center

    at Roger Williams Park

    Floral Avenue

    401-785-9450, x 240

    www.providenceri.com/botanical-center

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    Tue-Sun 11 a.m.- 4 p.m. Adults $3,

    children ages 6-12 $1.

    Where to eat

    Cafe Choklad

    2 Thomas St.

    401-383-4764

    This bakery cafe serves a wide variety of breakfast and lunch sandwiches, a number of pastries that reflect owner Jens Retlev’s Swedish-Danish heritage, and excellent hot chocolate. Open daily breakfast, lunch, and afternoon. Hot chocolate $3-$3.50, sandwiches $6.50-$7.95.

    Harry’s Bar & Burger

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    121 North Main St.

    401-228-7437

    www.harrysbarburger.com

    Gastro-burger joint combines super burgers — served as a pair of sliders — with good selection of craft brews and family-friendly ambience. Daily for lunch and dinner. Burgers $3.99-$5.89.

    Parkside

    76 South Main St.

    401-331-0003

    www.parksideprovidence.com

    The monster French Rotisol rotisserie gives Parkside an edge on downtown bistro competitors for a full meal. Ducklings, chickens, racks of pork ribs, and whole suckling pigs go on the spit for slow and even roasting. Lunch entrees $8.95-$12.95, dinner entrees $16.95-

    $34.95. Open weekdays for lunch and dinner; Sat dinner and (Sept-May)

    Sun dinner.