The Liberty Elm Diner

777 Elmwood Avenue
Providence, RI 02907
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Business Information

diner, breakfast, lunch, local, farms, urban greening, all day, Diners Drive Ins & Dives, Guy Fieri
Serving BREAKFAST & LUNCH all day
local farmers, artisans and producers
Placed on the National Historic Register, January 2010, commended by the state of RI for historic preservation efforts, featured on The Food Network's "Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives" 2/2010 with host chef Guy Fieri (episode: 'Comfort Food Classics')

Business Description

Welcome to The Liberty Elm Diner! We’re open Tuesday through Sunday for breakfast and lunch ALL DAY! Come on down! We’re your local coffee hangout located in the Elmwood neighborhood of Providence, RI – and we’re serving up some tasty food! Situated in a 1947 Worcester Lunch Car diner listed on the National Historic Register — just blocks from the beautiful 430-acre Roger Williams Park and Zoo — we’re the gateway to the historic Elmwood neighborhood of Providence. Here at The Liberty Elm, we believe in using local and regional sustainable products. Everything we serve is fresh, healthy and house-cooked. All of our meats are preservative and nitrate free. Our takeout packaging is compostable, recyclable and/or made from recycled materials. We support local agriculture and aquaculture here in the capital city of our beautiful Ocean State. We serve FULL BREAKFAST & LUNCH ALL DAY, including robust fair-trade, locally-roasted coffee, fresh squeezed juices, smoothies, local cage-free eggs, savory soups, salads, muffins, bagels, pies, scones, special entrees and more! Vegan friendly! We’re proud to participate in the Elm Research Institute’s “Matching Tree Grant” program through our “1% for Trees” initiative. 1% of our profits are used to purchase Dutch-Elm Liberty Elms to re-tree Elmwood Avenue and the South Providence neighborhood. Dutch Elms are resistant to diseases and will help “green” our neighborhood. 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. Women-owned.

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Recent Comments

We're a local diner that serves local farm-to-table food. Not only do we support our local... (more)
libertyelm, Mar 22, 2011

Love the fresh local food (more)
zoe3, Mar 22, 2011

Local food, wonderful people and it all is so fresh and wholesome...well sometimes its... (more)
Tharvey, Mar 22, 2011

Love this place. Local food, organic ingredients all served in a keep it real atmosphere,... (more)
sheriberry, Mar 23, 2011

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