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In which part of the metro Providence area should I find a restaurant for us to meet up for lunch for this meet?

The northern part (Pawtucket, Central Falls, Fairlawn, etc.)
- 0 (0%)
The western/northwestern part (North Providence, Johnston, Smithfield, etc.)
- 0 (0%)
The southern part (Cranston, Warwick, etc.)
- 2 (22.2%)
East Providence
- 2 (22.2%)
(I don't know enough about this area to have an opinion.)
- 5 (55.6%)

Total Members Voted: 9

Voting closed: December 30, 2018, 09:10:24 PM


Author Topic: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019  (Read 4447 times)

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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #25 on: November 15, 2018, 09:21:17 PM »

It's official! The first-ever "city meet" will take place in Providence on Saturday, May 4, 2019. Thanks to everyone who voted in the date poll! I know this meet is still six months away, but I tend to be an early planner. I just got my time-off request approved for my drive out to Rhode Island and back home to Michigan for the necessary dates around this meet.

Because I know next to nothing about Providence and because this is a big experiment for me, I have created a poll in this thread asking folks which part of the metro Providence area in which I should look for a restaurant. (Actually, if this meet goes well and I decide to host more city meets in the future, this will probably be my M.O. especially since my plan would be to host additional meets in the future in cities that I don't have much knowledge about.)

Anyway, I briefly considered the idea of looking for a restaurant in more of a downtown-ish area of Providence, but then I decided that parking might be a challenge especially with me not being familiar enough with the city know how parking works, where parking might be free (or not free), etc. So I decided that more of a suburban area for lunch would be better... near a mall and/or big-box retail where folks can leave their cars without any trouble if they wish to do so.

I would encourage anyone and everyone to vote in this new poll. I look forward to seeing the results!
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #26 on: November 15, 2018, 09:50:04 PM »

I voted for East Providence. There are numerous local favorites there, such as (but not limited to) the Red Bridge Tavern, Paziís Place Diner, Papa Samís Pizza, the Phillips Street Restaurant, and The Burrito Bowl (which was coming soon on Google Street View). Also, Greggís has a East Providence location (the one in Providence was host to the 2010 Providence Road Meet), and so does Cheloís Hometown Bar & Grille.
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #27 on: November 15, 2018, 11:09:17 PM »

Depending how many people you get and what type of restaurant you want, you have a few choices of places to go. You'll find a good mix of chains, bars, and local spots with plenty of room around TF Green (south of the city), but there are also options east and even a couple north.

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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #28 on: November 20, 2018, 07:50:39 PM »

If we decide to attend this city meet (likely now now that I decided to drop Portsmouth Ohio and Pittsburgh Pennsylvania from meets interested in attending next year), we will be flying in and out of PVD via JAX, with a transfer at BWI (we will be using Southwest Airlines).

EDIT: Due to my one and only big sisterís Rutgers-New Brunswick graduation ceremony (aka commencement ceremony) being held later in May of next year (on Sunday the 19th), we will probably pull out of this city meet as well due to a potential scheduling conflict.
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #29 on: November 26, 2018, 07:18:17 AM »

I will likely be creating a Facebook event soon for this meet... as long as Facebook allows me to leave some details blank as "to be determined". Even though the exact location hasn't been identified, I know I will at least want to get this out on Facebook and start inviting my Facebook friends. It will be a "public" event so my Facebook friends can invite others with whom I am not "friends" there.
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #30 on: November 26, 2018, 01:24:39 PM »

I will likely be creating a Facebook event soon for this meet... as long as Facebook allows me to leave some details blank as "to be determined". Even though the exact location hasn't been identified, I know I will at least want to get this out on Facebook and start inviting my Facebook friends. It will be a "public" event so my Facebook friends can invite others with whom I am not "friends" there.

You can set a dummy location (such as just "Providence, RI" or a park) and update it later. I've done that in the past.
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #31 on: November 26, 2018, 09:54:36 PM »

You can set a dummy location (such as just "Providence, RI" or a park) and update it later. I've done that in the past.

Thanks for the suggestion, Josh!

I ended up creating this event on Facebook a few minutes ago. I decided that I was more comfortable making it a private, rather than public, event. However, I did give guests the option to invite attendees that I'm not Facebook friends with and couldn't invite.

If you're not on Facebook, or are on Facebook and do not receive an invitation from anyone, no worries. I will make sure to continue to post all the details here and will give folks the option to RSVP here.
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #32 on: November 27, 2018, 12:41:18 PM »

Due to my one and only big sisterís Rutgers-New Brunswick graduation ceremony (aka commencement ceremony) being held (at HighPoint.com Stadium, home of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights college football team program) later in May of next year (on Sunday the 19th), we will probably pull out of this city meet as well due to a potential scheduling conflict.
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #33 on: November 27, 2018, 06:18:31 PM »

Due to my one and only big sisterís Rutgers-New Brunswick graduation ceremony (aka commencement ceremony) being held (at HighPoint.com Stadium, home of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights college football team program) later in May of next year (on Sunday the 19th), we will probably pull out of this city meet as well due to a potential scheduling conflict.
Seriously... no one cares about each and every detail of your life. Just wait until you know for sure and say "going". Airplane routes, graduations, changing your mind 30 times... No. One. Cares.

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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #34 on: November 27, 2018, 07:07:45 PM »

Due to my one and only big sisterís Rutgers-New Brunswick graduation ceremony (aka commencement ceremony) being held (at HighPoint.com Stadium, home of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights college football team program) later in May of next year (on Sunday the 19th), we will probably pull out of this city meet as well due to a potential scheduling conflict.
Seriously... no one cares about each and every detail of your life. Just wait until you know for sure and say "going". Airplane routes, graduations, changing your mind 30 times... No. One. Cares.
Just had to put that out there. Sorry?
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #35 on: November 27, 2018, 11:39:03 PM »

Due to my one and only big sisterís Rutgers-New Brunswick graduation ceremony (aka commencement ceremony) being held (at HighPoint.com Stadium, home of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights college football team program) later in May of next year (on Sunday the 19th), we will probably pull out of this city meet as well due to a potential scheduling conflict.
Seriously... no one cares about each and every detail of your life. Just wait until you know for sure and say "going". Airplane routes, graduations, changing your mind 30 times... No. One. Cares.
Just had to put that out there. Sorry?
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #36 on: January 10, 2019, 06:22:52 PM »

This meet is now less than 4 months away, and I think I'm going to choose a restaurant somewhere around East Providence. When I was looking on TripAdvisor at different restaurant options in East Providence, there was one in particular that looked interesting to me... based on the menu, the spread of reviews, and the location... being in the outlot of a strip mall where everyone who wasn't driving could easily leave their cars behind and not have to worry about parking.

The restaurant I found is called Davenport's. Is anyone familiar with it? Is it any good? (I believe it's a local or regional chain.) I of course will call the place to make sure they could take an advanced reservation for a group of people around 11:00.
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #37 on: January 10, 2019, 06:51:09 PM »

This meet is now less than 4 months away, and I think I'm going to choose a restaurant somewhere around East Providence. When I was looking on TripAdvisor at different restaurant options in East Providence, there was one in particular that looked interesting to me... based on the menu, the spread of reviews, and the location... being in the outlot of a strip mall where everyone who wasn't driving could easily leave their cars behind and not have to worry about parking.

The restaurant I found is called Davenport's. Is anyone familiar with it? Is it any good? (I believe it's a local or regional chain.) I of course will call the place to make sure they could take an advanced reservation for a group of people around 11:00.

Itís definitely a local chain AFAIK. Never been there though.
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #38 on: January 11, 2019, 08:09:02 AM »

The restaurant I found is called Davenport's. Is anyone familiar with it? Is it any good? (I believe it's a local or regional chain.) I of course will call the place to make sure they could take an advanced reservation for a group of people around 11:00.
Itís definitely a local chain AFAIK.
In case anyone's interested, here's their website.

What road features would we be checking out?
There is no formal tour, but I am well versed in roads features:
* New I-195 bridge/alignment
* Scars of the old bridge/alignment
* Old I-195 Washington Bridge
* Henderson Bridge (planned US 44 freeway)
* Strange shields of Providence and Woonsocket
* Mixed Up Mile: US 1/RI 15/RI 114 in Pawtucket
* Will I-295 be mileage-based exits by then? Hm...
* Stub south end of RI 10
* Is the old black guide sign still up at the north end of RI 10? Still was there last time.
* "RI 195" overhead plaques at the 10/6 junction
* Revamped I-95 at US 6/RI 10
* Dare you to find all the US 1A signs
* Western US 6 freeway stub (would-be I-84)
Some other road/bridge-related items further east of Davenport's East Providence location (I-195's not too far from the restaurant & the quickest route to the below-items involves crossing the MA border twice):

* The reconfigured Exit 5 along I-195 in Fall River, MA at the eastern end of the Braga Bridge; the old elevated MA 79/138 viaduct was taken down.
* The new Sakonnet River Bridge (RI 24) linking Tiverton & Portsmouth (not sure whether or not the old one is completely gone by now - latest GSVs are from 2012).
* The stub for the cancelled I-895 then later RI 24 extension in Newport at RI 138.  Plans are presently in the works to eliminate the stub. 
This old button-copy BGS on the right may still be there.

* Mt. Hope Bridge (RI 114) linking Bristol & Portsmouth (tolls were eliminated circa 1998)
* Newport Bridge (RI 138) linking Newport to Jamestown (bridge has a $4 toll for each way & accepts E-ZPass)
* Jamestown Verrazzano Bridge (RI 138) linking Jamestown to North Kingston

Just a few to throw out there.
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #39 on: January 11, 2019, 05:41:44 PM »

The restaurant I found is called Davenport's. Is anyone familiar with it? Is it any good? (I believe it's a local or regional chain.) I of course will call the place to make sure they could take an advanced reservation for a group of people around 11:00.
Itís definitely a local chain AFAIK.
In case anyone's interested, here's their website.

What road features would we be checking out?
There is no formal tour, but I am well versed in roads features:
* New I-195 bridge/alignment
* Scars of the old bridge/alignment
* Old I-195 Washington Bridge
* Henderson Bridge (planned US 44 freeway)
* Strange shields of Providence and Woonsocket
* Mixed Up Mile: US 1/RI 15/RI 114 in Pawtucket
* Will I-295 be mileage-based exits by then? Hm...
* Stub south end of RI 10
* Is the old black guide sign still up at the north end of RI 10? Still was there last time.
* "RI 195" overhead plaques at the 10/6 junction
* Revamped I-95 at US 6/RI 10
* Dare you to find all the US 1A signs
* Western US 6 freeway stub (would-be I-84)
Some other road/bridge-related items further east of Davenport's East Providence location (I-195's not too far from the restaurant & the quickest route to the below-items involves crossing the MA border twice):

* The reconfigured Exit 5 along I-195 in Fall River, MA at the eastern end of the Braga Bridge; the old elevated MA 79/138 viaduct was taken down.
* The new Sakonnet River Bridge (RI 24) linking Tiverton & Portsmouth (not sure whether or not the old one is completely gone by now - latest GSVs are from 2012).
* The stub for the cancelled I-895 then later RI 24 extension in Newport at RI 138.  Plans are presently in the works to eliminate the stub. 
This old button-copy BGS on the right may still be there.

* Mt. Hope Bridge (RI 114) linking Bristol & Portsmouth (tolls were eliminated circa 1998)
* Newport Bridge (RI 138) linking Newport to Jamestown (bridge has a $4 toll for each way & accepts E-ZPass)
* Jamestown Verrazzano Bridge (RI 138) linking Jamestown to North Kingston

Just a few to throw out there.

Ah yeah, I remember as a 8-or-9-year-old riding through Fall River with my family in tow on the way to and from a family wedding in Orleans in Cape Cod at the Captain Linnell House (we stayed overnight at a inn or motel in Chatham near the beach and lighthouse). I believe we clinched Cape Cod, but donít recall if we did manage to get to Marthaís Vineyard and/or Nantucket. We also visited Plymouth and Plimoth Plantation during our family trip.
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #40 on: January 11, 2019, 11:35:27 PM »

I won't be checking out any road features in RI. After lunch I will probably drive up to Boston to check out the recently opened South Boston bypass road, and try to get up into the T parking lot for some button copy that's eluded me for almost 20 years, and have some delicious Christina's ice cream, and maybe visit a friend, before coming back down to Pdence for dinner. (Maybe. I might just visit more friends.)

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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #41 on: January 11, 2019, 11:52:09 PM »

I won't be checking out any road features in RI. After lunch I will probably drive up to Boston to check out the recently opened South Boston bypass road, and try to get up into the T parking lot for some button copy that's eluded me for almost 20 years, and have some delicious Christina's ice cream, and maybe visit a friend, before coming back down to Pdence for dinner. (Maybe. I might just visit more friends.)

I didnít know that thereís now a South Boston bypass road. Say hi to Christina for me, sheís my cousin (only kidding, sheís not old enough to be on her own and running her own ice cream place).
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #42 on: January 12, 2019, 01:13:52 AM »

I won't be checking out any road features in RI. After lunch I will probably drive up to Boston to check out the recently opened South Boston bypass road, and try to get up into the T parking lot for some button copy that's eluded me for almost 20 years, and have some delicious Christina's ice cream, and maybe visit a friend, before coming back down to Pdence for dinner. (Maybe. I might just visit more friends.)

I didnít know that thereís now a South Boston bypass road. Say hi to Christina for me, sheís my cousin (only kidding, sheís not old enough to be on her own and running her own ice cream place).
Well, that'll be an awkward introduction. There has been one for over 20 years, but it only sporadically opens to non-trucks.

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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #43 on: January 12, 2019, 11:16:28 AM »

Quote from: kevinb1994
I didnít know that thereís now a South Boston bypass road.

https://www.mass.gov/bypass-road-and-loganroute-1a-express-lane-pilot

Starts on the I-93 frontage roads at Exit 18 and heads northeast, connects to I-90 Exit 25 and continues as the MassPort Haul Rd near the Convention Center.

According to the MassDOT pilot page, it will still be restricted to trucks westbound past Richards St/Cypher St, but will be open to all traffic eastbound (coming from I-93).

As Alps noted, it's been around for about 20 years but was commercial vehicles only until MassDOT began these pilot programs (a 6-month pilot in 2016 and the current pilot).
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #44 on: February 26, 2019, 10:36:48 AM »

Another road-item to add to the possible meet viewing (before it changes) this May:

Henderson Bridge will be replaced using $54 million in federal aid

This bridge was originally built as part of long-abandoned US 44 Expressway project.  It was built to be a 6-laner but it's been operating as a 4-laner for years if not decades.  The replacement will only be a 2-laner with bike & pedestrian lanes.
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« Reply #45 on: February 26, 2019, 10:40:05 AM »

Another road-item to add to the possible meet viewing (before it changes) this May:

Henderson Bridge will be replaced using $54 million in federal aid

This bridge was originally built as part of long-abandoned US 44 Expressway project.  It was built to be a 6-laner but it's been operating as a 4-laner for years if not decades.  The replacement will only be a 2-laner with bike & pedestrian lanes.

A good punchline would be that the replacement will be replaced with a ferry. ;)

That would be going from 6 to 4 to 2 to no lanes at all! :p

About time they replaced the old bridge, it was over-built for a need that never was and never will be.

At this point weíre not counting on going as we will be preparing for a family event or two later in May, which will count us out of going to the Portsmouth, Ohio meet as well.
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #46 on: March 11, 2019, 07:25:47 AM »

This meet is coming up rather quickly; we're down to less than 8 weeks away now! I think I'm almost certain that I'm going to choose Davenport's in East Providence as our lunch venue.

Among the attendees, will many of you be interested in re-convening for dinner after you've done your sightseeing? I'm also considering finding a place to do karaoke on that Saturday night. Would there be much interest in that?

I've also posted these questions in the discussion section of the Facebook event page, but for anyone who either isn't on Facebook or didn't get the invitation, I figured I'd also share these questions here.
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #47 on: March 11, 2019, 07:40:20 AM »

As I noted on the FB event page, I plan on going.  I've been going back and forth on whether to make this a day trip or overnight somewhere up there.  I've decided not to overnight.  I'll be joining everyone for lunch and I'll do some clinching in RI and MA and then head back home.  I will not be at dinner, it will just make too long of a day for me. The older I get, the less I enjoy driving at night (especially in areas that I don't frequent) and I am truly concerned with falling asleep driving home if I make it too late of a night.  Unless I come into a lot of money in the next two months, this is my plan and I'm sticking to it.

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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #48 on: March 18, 2019, 07:20:24 AM »

I'm hoping to have a firm count of attendees by a week or two prior to the meet. (Is that reasonable?) Is anyone planning on attending this meet who is not connected to the event on Facebook?
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Re: Providence RI "city meet" - May 4, 2019
« Reply #49 on: March 18, 2019, 09:17:19 AM »

Update: my Saturdays have been literally blowing up with activities, events and so forth as of late.  As a result, due to a local commitment scheduled for that morning; I will not be able to attend this meet.  Bummer.
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