JULIAN’S OMNIBUS

The double-decker bus made the trek from London to Providence, and it’s now fitted with a full kitchen on the first floor and a dining room on the top deck. The menu is similar to the beloved Broadway bistro, so this sidewalk eatery is about savoring, not fast food (their motto: “The finest dining on wheels!”). The Omnibus doesn’t have a regular schedule right now, but look for it at WaterFire, and check juliansprovidence.com for updates. Or talk with a human at 401.861.1770.

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