Meeting Street Cafe

★★★★★
  • 220 Meeting St

    Providence, RI 02906

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  • 401-273-1066

About Meeting Street Cafe

Hours
Monday To Sunday From 08:00 AM To 11:00 PM
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You'd totally miss this if it weren't for the sign. A great place to eat, with excellent cookies and treats. Off Thayer.

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You'd totally miss this if it weren't for the sign. A great place to eat, with excellent cookies and treats. Off Thayer.

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The cookies from Meeting Street are amazing. And I'm pretty sure they started my cookie addiction. It's also a great place to stop for lunch. They make really good sandwiches and salads.

5
★★★★★

The cookies from Meeting Street are amazing. And I'm pretty sure they started my cookie addiction. It's also a great place to stop for lunch. They make really good sandwiches and salads.

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A nice friendly place to hang out with friends! Great coffee and snacks! God for any reason but don't go without having a cookie!! One cookie can feed 10!

5
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A nice friendly place to hang out with friends! Great coffee and snacks! God for any reason but don't go without having a cookie!! One cookie can feed 10!

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I must have passed by it a million times before I realized the front door was in the back by the parking lot (yeah theres a parking lot which is a bonus on Thayer Street). I had the Shish Kabob dinner - the chicken was so tender you could cut it away from the skewer with a butter knife. Like the sandwiches, this dish is enough for two. After that I wolfed down a huge slice of warm apple pie and vanilla ice cream that were as good as grandmas.

Don't forget to stop in the liquor store on the way in - the cafe is BYOB. Also, check the board for specials. The night I went, everyone was ordering the meat lasagna special and loving it. I cant wait to go back and try it.

2
★★★★☆

I must have passed by it a million times before I realized the front door was in the back by the parking lot (yeah theres a parking lot which is a bonus on Thayer Street). I had the Shish Kabob dinner - the chicken was so tender you could cut it away from the skewer with a butter knife. Like the sandwiches, this dish is enough for two. After that I wolfed down a huge slice of warm apple pie and vanilla ice cream that were as good as grandmas.

Don't forget to stop in the liquor store on the way in - the cafe is BYOB. Also, check the board for specials. The night I went, everyone was ordering the meat lasagna special and loving it. I cant wait to go back and try it.

Pros: Parking, BYOB with liquor store in the building, good conmfort food

Cons: Confusing for first timers - seat yourself and oprder at the counter

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i go to meeting street for one of two reasons: to study, for which i get one of the huge cups of free-refills coffee; or, to eat, and always get the curried chicken salad sandwich. it is to die for. really, it is heaven. and so huge; i get the half size because that alone is equal to the "whole" at any other deli. the prices are a little more, but the quality is worth it. you can see them making your meals, and the atmosphere is comfortable and nice, with big windows from the second story. plus there is the pastry case that can always tempt.

2
★★★★☆

i go to meeting street for one of two reasons: to study, for which i get one of the huge cups of free-refills coffee; or, to eat, and always get the curried chicken salad sandwich. it is to die for. really, it is heaven. and so huge; i get the half size because that alone is equal to the "whole" at any other deli. the prices are a little more, but the quality is worth it. you can see them making your meals, and the atmosphere is comfortable and nice, with big windows from the second story. plus there is the pastry case that can always tempt.

Pros: huge sandwiches, tasty big cookies.

Cons: a little bit more expensive

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Awsome Pastrami Sandwiches...holy smokes they're huge....Don't miss it, its on the second floor...

2
★★★★★

Awsome Pastrami Sandwiches...holy smokes they're huge....Don't miss it, its on the second floor...

Pros: a lot of food, cheap, quality food

Cons: Brown students

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IF a bit cheaper, Meeting Street would get higher ratings from me -- though the servings are large, and one sandwich can easily fill two people. One of the best things on the menu is the oversized chocolate chip cookies -- a must try. I also especially like the vegetarian sandwiches, esp. the East Sider, and the Turkey Steak, and the curry chicken salad.

2
★★★★★

IF a bit cheaper, Meeting Street would get higher ratings from me -- though the servings are large, and one sandwich can easily fill two people. One of the best things on the menu is the oversized chocolate chip cookies -- a must try. I also especially like the vegetarian sandwiches, esp. the East Sider, and the Turkey Steak, and the curry chicken salad.

Pros: serving size, quality of food, caring staff

Cons: price, long wait at lunch

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This is a favorite of our son who lives in Bristol and works in Providence. We had the pleasure of visiting the Meeting Street Cafe this September. The salads and soups were fantastic! It was a very enjoyable meal and the staff was pleasant and attentive.

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★★★★★

This is a favorite of our son who lives in Bristol and works in Providence. We had the pleasure of visiting the Meeting Street Cafe this September. The salads and soups were fantastic! It was a very enjoyable meal and the staff was pleasant and attentive.

Pros: Inexpensive, Great Staff, Huge portions

Cons: Small Parking Lot

 

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