New restaurants in Providence include Ceviches by Divino and Sarto

I thought I’d catch up on some Providence restaurant news. There is a new opening to report as well as a prominent re-opening. And did you know a market with prepared foods is getting ready to open in Providence?

Ceviches by Divino offers tapas

A Florida restaurant group has expanded to Rhode Island and opened Ceviches by Divino on July 28. The restaurant is at 11 Point St., Providence. 

It is a Peruvian tapas restaurant that features ceviches, unique tapas, craft beer, cocktails and a full wine list.

There is patio seating at the new Ceviches by Divino at 11 Point St. in Providence.

The owners, brothers Christian and Frank Encalada, have four restaurants in Florida, with three restaurants in Miami and one in Fort Meyers. This is the first outpost up north. Christian is the executive chef.

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They call it a gastropub with an industrial design and a fresh take on Peruvian food. 

I have not been yet, but have to say the photos make me anxious to get there.

A sampling of new dishes from Ceviches by Divino on Point Street in Providence.

The menu promises Peruvian favorites, including Lomo Saltado, a stir-fry made with beef, onions and tomatoes. Traditional ceviche, which is marinated lightly in lime juice and seasoned with Peruvian limo chili, is the star of the menu. They also have poke bowls.

Learn more online at cevichesbydivino.com and follow them on Instagram.  

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After friends texted they were coming to Providence from Narragansett and wanted to eat a 7 p.m. dinner at an outside table, I had one thought.

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