Woonsocket (/wʊnˈsɒkɪt, wən-/ wuun-SOK-it, wən-) is a city in Providence County, Rhode Island, United States. The population was 41,186 at the 2010 census, making it the sixth largest city in the state. Woonsocket lies directly south of the Massachusetts state line and constitutes part of both the Providence metropolitan area and the larger Greater Boston Combined Statistical Area.
Things to do in Woonsocket
4 based on 28 reviews
A popular local breakfast place, always crowded on the weekends. Decent serving sizes. Service can be hit or miss, but always at least average. We stop in once every few months, consistent food.
5 based on 142 reviews
Been coming here for years, and have never had a bad experience. Their items are so fresh and there's just so much to choose from. The prices are so reasonable, too! I've bought cookie platters for parties, cupcakes for the kids, Boston Cream Pie for my Dad's birthday - which was hands-down the best we've ever tried.
You can taste the quality of the ingredients they use; it makes such a difference.
The servers are just so friendly and they can move a long line quickly.
Note if you order an almond croissant, it's not the same as the one with chocolate in it. Go for the chocolate almond one...if you like almond, it's fantastic.
They make their own ice cream and do specialty cakes.
Go early on a weekend morning because by 10 the lines are getting long.
4 based on 146 reviews
The place is your typical diner but with a very nice friendly personal touch and the everybody-knows-your-name atmosphere that brings many loyal patrons. Menu is fairly standard for the diner. Service is great and coffee is always flowing.
4 based on 53 reviews
We went to lunch on monday before heading out to the airport, Was not expecting too much since in a prior life, the food was not very good at their old location. The Ham dinner was great, and my shared a pork chop dinner with her mom. They both loved it. The service was also superb! Definitely give it a try!
4.5 based on 115 reviews
Lindy's is a small but cute restaurant and bar with amazing food. Around a dozen bar stools, a few hightops and around 10 tables. The service is great, the staff is super friendly and efficient. You can have anything from burgers and sandwiches to salads, seafood and great specials like a traditional Turkey dinner. Awesome drink specials too. This is a place worth the wait for a table. Portions are large and everything we ordered was delicious. Looking forward to coming back soon!
4.5 based on 23 reviews
The food is great, the service is always friendly and it is priced for a great family meal. The homemade potato chips are amazing! Take them out of the bag to let them get really crispy. Absolutely don't forget the best shakes around!!
4.5 based on 107 reviews
Very casual restaurant with dine in or take out options. Service and food are great.Roast beef is yummy! I would however recommend ordering 2 sandwiches if you or anyone in your family is a large eater. Prices are very reasonable. The chicken sandwich, fries and salad are also very good. We opted for desserts ( strawberry shortcake, grape nut pudding) were also very good for the price. We'd definitely visit again!
4 based on 197 reviews
Despite the unfortunate reason my friends and family visited River Falls, I was very impressed with their overall services and food. Upstairs is set up for a buffet style lunch/dinner with a full bar and accommodates large parties. Restaurant staff was friendly and attentive. The buffet lunch provided tasted good and there was plenty of it for such a large group. I personally enjoyed the selection of locally brewed beer, and decent Bloody Mary drinks. The only complaint (which is irrelevant) would be parking. Unless you know the area, finding a close place to park could be challenging.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
We love trying different places for breakfast and this one peaked our interest. The menu is quite extensive. I had to try their Irish Eggs Benedict: their homemade corn beef hash, on two English muffins, Hollandaise Sauce, two perfectly poached eggs, and a side of their home fries (some of the best I've ever tried). My friend had their French Toast and loved it, and my other friend ordered Phil' Veggie Home Fries. It looked and smelled so good, I might order it next time. We thorough enjoyed our food and will definitely come back. The staff was friendly and efficient. The booths were comfortable. The lunch and dinner menu look good too.
4 based on 90 reviews
Woonsocket is not the most "happening" city, but Ciro's -- along with the historic Stadium Theatre across the street -- make for a promising downtown experience. This is a curious hybrid of an English pub and a down-home Italian restaurant, dimly lit with a large bar on the main floor. Portions of both drinks and food are generous. My two Manhattans had iced leftovers to spare, and the "side" Caesar salad would have constituted an entire dinner for some. I ordered the Chicken Gina, replete with cheese, spinach and penne pasta in a brown mushroom sauce. It, too, arrived in a huge portion and was quite good. One would never know it, however, from the presentation. A huge breast of chicken was covered with cheese and plopped in the middle of a bowl swimming with the brown sauce. The penne was barely discernible because it was not swimming in the sauce, but literally drowning in it. In short, an entree that tasted far better than it looked. A little refinement wouldn't hurt.
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