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Fancy multi-course dinner spots are few and far between in Providence, but if you’re looking for a reason to throw down lots of cash for some stunning dishes, Gracie’s is the place to do it. It’s the kind of restaurant where a dish like the Massachusetts sea scallops is followed by a string of ingredients that float on their own line (“celeriac, poached apple, caper salsa verde, toasted hazelnut”). Gracie’s is also smackdab in the middle of the theater district, making it a great start to a slightly less expensive Broadway-esque “dinner and a show” type of evening.

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