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What’s New for 2019 at Garden City Center, Cranston, Rhode Island

Published: March 9, 2019

 Cranston, Rhode Island—Garden City Center is excited to announce the openings of new dining selections to give customers even more delicious choices. New additions Asia Grille, Chaska, and Sydney Garden City will all be open this summer. In addition to these openings, visitors can also look forward to the summer concerts Garden City Center will be hosting.

From the restaurant group responsible for Kabob and Curry, Rasoi and Rasa, comes new restaurant Chaska. The restaurant promises opportunities to eat, drink and socialize over flavorful Indian cuisine. Enjoy freshly baked Naan, chicken tikka masala, lamb kebab and vegetarian options including spiced curry dishes. Chaska will be located next to Bistro 22.

Australian-inspired café Sydney Garden City will offer sophisticated, healthy ingredients. Much like its sister location Sydney-Providence, the all-day café will serve up its famed avocado toast, an array of baked goods, a selection of Illy coffee drinks, loose leaf teas and on-tap kombucha. Sydney Garden City will be located adjacent to Anthropologie.

Asia Grille will be opening their second location in Rhode Island this summer, which will provide fresh and authentic Chinese cuisine. Customers are encouraged to try their Lo Mein, General’s chicken, and shrimp lobster sauce. Asia Grille will open next to Sephora.

For live jazz on Friday nights in June, Garden City invites customers to stop by the Courtyard, located near Bistro 22 from 6-8pm. This year is also the 30th anniversary of the summer concert series. The summer concert series will be July 10th through September 1st from 6:30-8:30pm. In order to officially celebrate the 30th anniversary of the summer concert series, there will be two special Sunday night concerts. See GardenCityCenter.com for details.

About Garden City Center: Managed by Wilder and located on Route 2 in Cranston, Garden City Center has 500,000 square feet of retail and office space. It was one of the first centers of its kind in the country and generations have fond memories of GCC shopping excursions. The center is currently home to over 70 shops, services, and eateries including L.L. Bean, J. Crew, Sephora, Williams Sonoma, Pottery Barn, The Container Store, Avvio, Bistro 22, Legal Sea Bar, Whole Foods Market and more.

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