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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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1. Water moccasin-infested

2. Adj. describing dark, murky areas along the banks of Barton Creek in which water moccasins may lurk. For use when evaluating swimming holes.

Refers to a well-known Seattle landmark. Located in the neighborhood of Fremont, the troll lives under the Aurora bridge and was sculpted holding a VW bug. He's carved...

Local derogatory nickname for Bainbridge Island.

A very unique term to New Orleans for the median of a street. The Spanish and French, who effectively split the city in two, could do business on the "neutral ground" of city streets.

The linguistic term for the Bostonian tendency to leave out an 'r' when it precedes a consonant or is at the end of a word. For example, "I just parked the car" would sound like [I just pahked thah cah]