The Liberty Elm Diner

777 Elmwood Avenue

The Liberty Elm Diner

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Buy Local RI partner • organic • fair-trade • sustainable seafood

We support using local and regional products. Everything is fresh, healthy and home cooked. We support our community of South Providence in greening the neighborhood through our "1% for Trees" program where we appropriate 1% of our profits to purchase Dutch-Elm-disease-reistant Liberty Elm trees to re-tree Elmwood Avenue and our community via the Elm Resarch Institute's "Matching Tree Grant" program. We serve real, robust fair trade coffee, fresh squeezed juices, smoothies, pressed panini sandwiches, savory soups and salads, muffins, bagels, pies, pizzas and more.

We're your local coffee hangout - and we just happen to serve some tasty food, too! Located in a 1947 Worcester Lunch Car diner just blocks from the beautiful 430-acre Roger Williams Park and Zoo, we're the gateway to the historic Elmwood neighborhood. We pride ourselves on NOT being upscale but serving real, robust coffee and lite fare to match -- honest, healthy comfort food that's as satisfying to the bus drivers and utility company workers across the street as it is to the artists in the mill next door and the bicyclists training down Elmwood Avenue - a truly diverse community. Add to all of this the fact that we also run a small garden center on our lot where you can sip your "cuppa" outdoors amidst the greenery and peruse what plants you'd like to purchase for your urban landscape. Bikers of ALL KINDS welcome. (Uh -- did we mention The Liberty Elm is a fine destination for your next ride?!) Conveniently located just off Rt. 95 Exit 17 southbound, Exit 16 northbound, and Rt. 10. Or just a hop and a skip from Downcity, directly across the street from the RIPTA bus garages on Elmwood Ave./ historic Rt. 1. Reasonable prices - good tunes - local art - local music - free wi-fi.

Now presenting "AMERICANA BREAKFAST CLUB" -- live, unplugged music every Sunday from 11am-1pm in our wi-fi room! Woman-owned.

—Carol DeFeciani/Tinker Taylor, Owner/Manager

(401) 467-0777


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