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video: Daily Vine: Westminster Street Trendiest Block in Providence

Friday, July 26, 2013

 

GoLocalProv brings you the daily vine: a seven-second glimpse into the best Rhode Island has to offer.

Westminster Street: The Trendiest Block in Providence

Located in the center of downtown Providence, Westminster Street takes style to a whole new level. From the chic boutiques to the mouthwatering restaurants, Westminster brings that “it” factor. Whether you are walking along the street or riding your bike, the Victorian architecture and the fanciful shops invite the community in. Here is a look at what this trendy block has to offer.

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Queen of Hearts/Modern Love

The sister boutique’s Queen of Hearts and Modern Love feature colorful fabrics, stylish jewelry, a large selection of shoes and handcrafted gifts by local designers.

Small Point Café

With their organic menu and brewed by hand coffee, Small Point Café is a breath of fresh air for the hip neighborhood.

Symposium Books

Grab a cup of coffee from Small Point Café and head next door to Symposium Books for a great read to complete your afternoon.

Craftland

The artsy window display draws you into the world of handmade crafts bringing life to the street.

 

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