If you go

Providence Arcade

65 Weybosset St., Providence



Country’s first enclosed shopping center built in 1828 now home to a variety of locally owned shops and restaurants and 48 apartments on its upper floors.

Sample establishments

Rogue Island Local

Kitchen & Bar


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Open daily for all meals (dinner entrees from $19). Features locally sourced food, beer, and spirits such as Baffoni’s Poultry Farm, Narragansett Creamery, and Yacht Club Soda.

Royal Male


Calling itself “Purveyors of Classic Clothing for Ladies and Gentlemen,” the store features brands such as Barbour, Mackintosh, Saint James, and Begg of Scotland.

Adirah Gallery



A gallery featuring fine art from all over Africa, Adirah is the family name of owner Manga Shuman’s grandmother. Shuman said as the gallery grows, he hopes to donate to an orphanage near his grandmother’s hometown of Maragoli, Kenya.

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