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187 Mathewson St, Providence
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Fortnight is a worker’s cooperative wine bar that boasts a big selection of organic and unusual wines: think rare moristel cavas, wide-ranging pet-nats, and modern sherries. And while it’s a wine bar, the moody lighting and chalk-scrawled lists mean it never feels pretentious. Order some snacks while you’re there, like tinned fish and pickles, a bowl of olives, or some slabs of crusty bread, or stop by for one of their food pop-ups. It’s also located literally steps away from the Providence Performing Art Center, making it a great choice for a pre- or post-show glass of wine. 

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