Rue Bis is the sister shop to Rue De L’Espoir, the recently sold 39 year old institution owned by Deb Norman. This eclectic French bistro with a low-key vibe is known for dishes made from locally sourced ingredients. The warm and welcoming environment is hard to find, but the team at Rue Bis has done so flawlessly, while pairing their fresh signature dishes for customers to indulge in.
Bringing a down-home, family oriented feel paired with fresh ingredients, Rue Bis has become a cornerstone of the Downtown Providence area, having been at this location for the past 10 years. The General Manager Merisa has been with the restaurant since day one and drives the heart and soul of Rue Bis, always seeking to elevate the experience for each of her customers. The warm and welcoming environment is hard to find, but the team at Rue Bis has done so flawlessly, pairing their fresh signature dishes for in which customers can indulge. The restaurant has something for everyone and is a must visit while in the area and looking for a great place to dine.
Unique to the area, Rue Bis serves breakfast all day, making it a hot shot for many of the locals on a regular basis. The Breakfast Burrito is a top choice among customers, made with their homemade Salsa and Black Bean Mash.
The options are endless and the Hispanic influence Merisa has with the menu makes every choice a culinary delight. The sandwiches are where the restaurant really shines, not using cold cuts, utilizing fresh roasted turkey and real ham. A signature option, the Rue BBT is comprised of bacon, basil, tomato, fresh mozzarella and herb mayo on toasted honey oat bread.
The staff goes the extra step making the customers feel like family and always seeks to make the experience better with each visit. Dining in is perfect for all instances whether it is just stopping in for a quick bite or sitting down with family and friends for a comfortable extended lunch.