Open for private parties only.
1, A, B, C, D at 59th St.-Columbus Circle
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In its previous lives, the distinctive West Side space that houses the new Providence has been a Baptist church, a recording studio, and Le Bar Bat. A soupçon of the last tenant’s nightclub vibe lingers in Providence’s multiple lounges and the D.J. booth ensconced in the organ loft. Chef Robert Cangelosi, late of the Waldorf Astoria, now runs the kitchen, with a “new American” menu that includes dishes like herb-crusted rack of lamb, artichoke and fava salad, and crab cakes.Note
The restaurant is open for private parties only.