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Serving Up: Providence Provisions Kitchen & Bar

By September 2, 2021Rhode Island, Top News, Serving Up
Operations Manager Josh Feliciano with the Blackberry Gin and Tonic.

Operations Manager Josh Feliciano with the Blackberry Gin and Tonic.

Providence Provisions Kitchen & Bar
Grove Bay Concessions
2000 Post Road
Warwick, RI

Located in Warwick’s T.F. Green Airport, Providence Provisions Kitchen & Bar offers a respite to busy travelers, whether they’re looking for a healthy meal or a robust cocktail. The venue offers both light and hearty fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner – including omelets, sandwiches and salads – to popular pub favorites such as wings, baby back ribs and burgers. Guests will enjoy a full beverage program, including craft brews from Rhode Island locals Newport Craft Brewing & Distilling Co., Proclamation Ale Company, Grey Sail Brewing and Narragansett Brewing Company. Select wines are available by the glass, along with a creative list of craft cocktails that evoke the history and personality of the Ocean State.

Operations Manager: Josh Feliciano

Cocktail: Blackberry Gin and Tonic

Ingredients:
» 2.5 oz. Rhodium Gin
» .5 oz. lime juice
» 3 blackberries
» 2 mint leaves
» Splash of tonic water
» Garnish: mint sprig

Method: In a rocks glass, muddle the blackberries and mint. Add ice. Add the gin and lime juice. Shake well in a metal shaker. Add a splash of tonic on top. Garnish with a mint sprig.

The Blackberry Gin and Tonic.

The Blackberry Gin and Tonic.

“This cocktail captures the unique flavor of the new, up-and-coming, local gin made by Rhodium. At the airport, we are trying to capture the heart of Rhode Island culture and cuisine as passengers’ first or last experience here in Rhode Island,” said Josh Feliciano, Operations Manager, Grove Bay Concessions. “With the addition of our new Whaler’s Brew[ing Company] bar, we have a miniature taproom right in the airport. What better place to showcase a fantastic local gin than a fantastic local bar?”

 

 

 

 

 

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