Basta Italian Restaurant
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Right in the heart of our cute Pawtuxet Village is this delicious italian restaurant with brick oven pizza and great entree choices with al fresco dining options.
Amazing Italian restaurant that understand that everything needs to be fresh in order for it to taste delicious. Gracie Basta!
If you want to avoid going downtown head over to the Village. It is close and the food here is amazing! The Caprese and the Bolognese are awesome!
Basta is one of our local favorites, only a 3 minute walk into the village. It has classic Italian food and an incredible menu, and a lovely patio in the back!
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“Very cute little shop, very convivial. Folks meet, talk, local art on the walls. Owned by Jeff and Matt, local all around great guys! ”
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“ Where a river meets the ocean is always a special place and Pawtuxet Village really does! Settled in 1638, it's one of the oldest towns in the country with a rich history connected to the start of the civil war. Beautiful historic homes, independent businesses and gorgeous views give it its present day character. The name Pawtuxet comes from the Narragansett Indian word for “little falls.” The village was part of Roger Williams’ “Grand Purchase” from Miantonomi and Canonicus in 1636, according to the Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission but it is best known for the burning of a British schooner, the HMS Gaspee, at Namquid Point, just south of Pawtuxet Cove, on June 9, 1772. This event was “the first overt action of the American Revolution,” according to the historical commission. ”
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“A beautiful park with many surprises throughout. Find the Temple to Music, the Japanese Gardens, The Bandstand, The Planetarium, The Botanical Center... Go to the Zoo and bring a picnic lunch.”
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Point of Interest
“Veterans Memorial Auditorium (The VETS; formerly VMA) is a performing arts theater in Providence, Rhode Island. The VETS is among the oldest arts venues in Rhode Island and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It was completely restored in 1990. The ornatelydesigned 1,931-seat concert hall houses the largest theater stage in Rhode Island and is considered[by whom?] to have some of the best acoustics in New England. The performance space features a gilded proscenium arch, allegorical and heraldic ceiling murals”
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