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46. Lili Marlene's: The outside of this bar is a bit stealth, but its worth the extra prospecting. The atmosphere is hip but low key. A...  
47. Spike's: Short for "Spike's Junkyard Dogs" - a late-night oasis known to locals as a fine purveyor of that classic American ...  
48. Downcity: This bar and eatery features separate dinner, brunch and late night menus; everything from 'award-winning' meatloaf...  
49. Muldowney's Pub: A dive bar in Providence popular for their cheap drafts. The drunken karaoke can be epic.  
50. Blake's Tavern: A downtown Irish pub with exceptional food, including such unique offerings as Knucklehead's Famous Chili and Guinn...  
51. Jake's: This bar & grill has a good variety of beers on tap, decent food, and a great patio for the warmer months. They als...  
52. 3 Steeple Street: This established is located inside one of the oldest industrial buildings in the country, in the historic section o...  
53. La Laiterie: A well-known New England-style bistro that incorporates local and seasonal ingredients into their cuisine. The food...  
54. Beacon Diner, The: According to the locals, this diner in nearby East Greenwich is one of the only (if not THE only) places left to ge...  
55. Johnny Cakes: A popular breakfast food in New England; a pancake made with cornmeal, generally served with butter and/or maple sy...  
56. Teflon Mayor, The: Refers to the infamous Buddy Cianci, Rhode Island's most famous and probably most corrupt politician, and the forme...  
57. Goddard Park: A lovely park that is notable for its offering of horseback riding and horse trails in addition to the more usual b...  
58. Renaissance City, The: A nickname for Providence, due to its relatively recent transformation into a culturally rich and beautiful place t...  
 
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A house in a neighborhood east of Memorial Park that has been entirely covered with beer cans, supposedly the contents of which were all consumed by the artist.

1. You may hear the locals refer to the Clinton Presidential Library this way. It does sort of resemble one.

2. I prefer "The Glass Doublewide." It is a beautiful building though...

The Alabama dish brought to fame by the movie of the same name is traditionally made from green tomatoes breaded with corn meal.

The subject of a famous legend regarding a rich gold mine in the Superstition Mountains-likely exaggerated, but based on the life of "forty-niner" Jacob Waltz in the 1800s. Some people still venture into the mountains looking for the hidden 'treasure'.

1. Schlitz was the beer that made Milwaukee famous for...beer. It's now sold in bottles with something more similar to the original formula sold back in the 70s. Schlitz had since cheapened its formula and lost its cult following. Hopefully it's not too late for a comeback!

2. Known as the "beer that made Milwaukee famous", Schlitz beer was brewed in Milwaukee since 1849. After being one of the most popular beers for many years, Schlitz fell out of favor in the 1980's, but is now making a sort of comeback as a retro, nostalgic brand.