May 12, 2010

The Duck & Bunny.

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312 Wickenden Street
Providence, RI 02903
401. 270. 3300

The Duck & Bunny is a snuggery. And no, owners Jessica and Daniel didn't make up the word, but they've certainly made their new restaurant live up to its meaning: a cosy and comfortable place. Part bar, part tea shop, the Duck & Bunny is nothing if it isn't cozy and just a little bit fancy, too.

Full disclosure: I visited the snuggery for the first time a few weeks ago, but the end of the semester meant that I didn't have a moment to write about it before now. Busy or no, I wouldn't dream of leaving Providence for the summer without writing about the tastiest small bites of all. I'm talking about cupcakes, and at the Duck & Bunny they're all made in-house by Johnson & Wales pastry chefs. When possible, the chefs integrate local flavorings, like those used in the buttermilk honey glazed cupcake with lavender buttercream frosting that I gobbled a few weeks ago.
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Daniel and Jessica source their food through Farm Fresh RI, which provides restaurants with weekly emails and lists of available ingredients from local farms. According to Jessica, the process couldn't be easier. Want local honey? Check out the Farm Fresh list, and if it's there, it's yours. On a chilly spring day like this one, hurry to the Duck & Bunny for a little local treat and hot cuppa.
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7 comments:

  1. Oh my, this looks just delightful! I wish I lived closer so that I could visit this place every day! A snuggery - an inspired name!

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  2. my dream spot! so can't wait to try it -- the list grows with all the fab features here at small bites -- i'm just gonna have to finally make that move to providence!

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  3. Bear and I loved Duck and Bunny! It's our new go-to spot for out-of-town visitors.

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  4. I love that place. We went there one Sunday afternoon and got crepes and cupcakes. Delicious. It was a little crowded... or I guess you could say 'snug.'

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  5. What a great place. I'll have to check it out. Thanks!

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  6. Also since they serve food they are open later (2) than the neighboring Abe's and Wick pub. A surprisingly good place to go get a drink late night.

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  7. The Lavender Buttercream sounds fantastic! Wonder if they'd share the recipe?

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