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Place Score: 85
Ratings: 115
Reviews: 89
rAvg: 3.73
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[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

186 Fountain St
Providence, Rhode Island, 02903-1813
United States
phone: (401) 453-2337

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3.73/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Decided to hit Trinity last night with the wife as we haven't been in years. Word of warning, check to see if there is an event going on at the Dunk, or be prepared to walk a few blocks if you don't want to pay for parking. Nice pub atmosphere; the place was hopping due to a P-Bruins game going on, making it a bit difficult to hear. Service was friendly and prompt and the food was decent, as it has always been IMO. I had the brewers burger, the wife had the falafel salad and we were not disappointed. Draft selection was decent, but not much range (I think they had 5 or 6 offerings - imperial pilsner, pale ale, IPA, can't remember the rest), but not much of a dark beer selection and abv's were pretty low for the most part (around 4.5%). I had the Belgian White and the Porter (Trinity contract brews the porter for Narragansett). Both were pretty good, but I would have to say I favored the porter (seemed like more of a dry stout in flavor and texture) over the Belgian. The quality of the beers have varied over the years, depending on the brewer at the time, but I was pretty pleased with the offerings I tried. Prices are reasonsable; had 3 drinks, 2 entrees and an appetizer for $40 (included tip). Definitely worth stopping in if you are in Providence.

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vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3.75 | food: 2.75

This brewery is in downtown Providence has the "normal" bar feel. Nothing too out of the ordinary. The brewing area is behind the bar and easy to see. The brews are very good and unfiltered.

When I visited, there were 4 or so people at the bar and one table other than mine and it still took quite a while to get service. Once my order was placed it took a bit of time to get my brew.

On the food side of things, the fries were disgusting, oily/greasy, limp, and pretty much room temperature. The corned beef ruben on the other hand was probably the best I've ever had. So when it comes to food it would seem a hit or miss sort of thing, but be very wary of the fries.

All in all if you visit I would stick to the beer and probably sit at the bar where service is probably a bit quicker.

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Trinity Brewhouse in Providence, RI
85 out of 100 based on 115 ratings.