Review: Bella

By JOHNETTE RODRIGUEZ  |  December 27, 2011

Approximately a half-dozen desserts are made on-site, including an alluring lemon cake, cheesecake, and a multi-layered chocolate cake, which drew Bill in completely and which he thoroughly enjoyed with a cappuccino.

So, out in the wilds of Burrillville, there's a happening place called Bella and, come New Year's Eve, there'll be a "Vegas in Rhode Island" night, with a tribute act to Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Nat "King" Cole, plus an Italian buffet and a midnight champagne toast for $65. Foster/Glocester, take notice!

Johnette Rodriguez can be reached at johnette.rodriguez@cox.net.

BELLA  | 401.568.6996 | 1992 Victory Hwy, Glendale | Tues-Fri, 11:30 am-9 pm; Sat, 4-10 pm; Sun, 12-8 pm | Major credit cards | Full bar | Sidewalk-Level Accessible

< prev  1  |  2  | 
  Topics: Restaurant Reviews , Seafood, food, restaurants,  More more >
| More


Most Popular
ARTICLES BY JOHNETTE RODRIGUEZ
Share this entry with Delicious
  •   MESMERIZING MOVES  |  July 23, 2014
    Island Moving Co., Newport’s contemporary ballet company, has always been adventurous.
  •   LIVES ON THE EDGE  |  July 02, 2014
    No one would dispute the fact that Hester Kaplan’s writing is effective and well-crafted, as she digs into the underbelly of American society in her latest book of short stories, ' Unravished .'
  •   EMOTION IN MOTION  |  April 02, 2014
    When Festival Ballet Providence started their in-studio series, “Up Close On Hope,” more than 10 years ago, the vision was to give up-and-coming choreographers and dancers a stage less overwhelming and more intimate on which to find their footing.
  •   A SOUND APPROACH  |  March 05, 2014
    When the Brooklyn-based Mark Morris Dance Group takes the stage at the Vets this Saturday at 8 pm, the audience will get a lot more than just the expressive movement of dance.
  •   THE EVANGELIST OF TAP  |  January 29, 2014
    “Tap dance has been around since air,” Glover says, “and I want to bring more awareness and seriousness to the art form."

 See all articles by: JOHNETTE RODRIGUEZ