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The New Year Brings An Exciting New Dining & Drinking Concept to Downtown Providence

After Massive Renovations to the Historic Conrad Building in Downtown Providence, Barnaby’s Public House, a Pre-Prohibition-Style Drinking & Dining Establishment, Will Welcome Patrons in Early January 2019

Providence, R.I., Monday, December 17, 2018 – Barnaby’s Public House, located at 385 Westminster St, Providence, in the historic Conrad Building, is excited to announce its opening in early January.

Barnaby’s will celebrate the era of pre-prohibition, when drinks were serious and American cuisine was simple and delicious. It’s prime location in the Conrad Building, which was erected in 1885 by the new establishment’s namesake, Jeromuthul Barnaby, has been completely restored to showcase the Victorian details and the ornate characteristics of the era.

The story and historical significance of Barnaby’s is a key component of the establishment. The scandalous legend and murder of Jeromuthul’s wife, Josephine, in 1881 (the first death by mail in the country), will be shared with all guests in a variety of ways ranging from the décor to the food and drinks that will certainly spark curiosity and interest.

Under the leadership of David Bertolini and Michael Santos, owners of Providence Coal Fired Pizza, Barnaby’s will pride itself on offering craft cocktails and beers, fine wines, and an impressive selection that includes whiskeys, bourbons, and ryes.

Barnaby’s will be open 7 days a week, serving its full menu from 11:30 am to 10:00 p.m. Monday to Thursday and a late night menu on Fridays and Saturdays. The bar will be open daily from 11:30 am to Midnight, Sunday to Thursday, and until 1:00 am on Fridays and Saturdays.

Visit for more information and like Barnaby’s Public House on Facebook and Instagram.


About Barnaby’s Public House

Barnaby’s is a vintage public house established as a place for friends to gather and enjoy heavenly bites and legendary pours. It will offer a wide selection of whiskeys, inventive cocktails, craft beers and fine wines. Honest, passionate cooking from the kitchen results in savory, sharable pub fare with fresh ingredients and bold flavors.


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