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La Peg

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  • Alcohol: Full Bar
  • Meals Served: Brunch, Dinner
  • Price: $$
  • Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
  • Hours: Monday through Thursday: 5pm to 10:30pm; Friday, Saturday: 5pm to 11:30; Sunday: 11am to 2pm, 5pm to 10pm

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Looking Back: The Best (And Worst) Restaurants Of 2016, Part 2

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With 2016 coming to a close, we’re taking this week to look back at the year in restaurants. And while things didn’t start off great (for starters, two of the first six restaurants I reviewed were closed before the year was done), with the spring came a turning point and the opening of some of the best restaurants of the year.

So let’s keep going, shall we? We pick things back up in March with the review of the new steakhouse that came in to take the place of Fountain at the Four Seasons…

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La Peg’s Winter Film Series Kicks Off With A Huge Feast


La Peg and Fringe Arts had a pretty good thing going with their summer film series. As a matter of fact, it was such a good thing (and so successful, and so much fun) that they’ve decided to keep things rolling with a winter version.

And they’re kicking it off with a huge, lavish, expensive and HIGHLY exclusive showing of the Academy Award winning Danish language classic, Babette’s Feast, accompanied by a dinner that recreates the famous meal at the center of the film, and rare wine pairings from the producers featured in the film (the vintages, obviously, will be different because, like chef Peter Woolsey says, it’s pretty tough to lay hands on an 1860 Veuve Clicquot these days).

Anyway, you wanna see the menu? You know you wanna see the menu. Check it out below.

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La Peg Promising Taco Trucks at Every Corner for Debate Tonight

This evening, La Peg is hosting “a proudly biased” viewing party for the third presidential debate. In response to Latinos for Trump founder Marco Gutierrez’s famous “taco trucks on every corner” line, chef Peter Woolsey is converting La Peg’s food truck into a taco truck for the night.

Guests will be have access to $3 carnitas tacos and $3 black bean and pineapple tacos. There will also be $3 Narragansett and Lionshead beers to make the debate bearable.

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