The staff at Chapel Grille was fantastic. My daughter's shower was just beautiful and everyone raved about the service and food.
Molly, I want to thank you for all of your efforts in coordinating my mom's birthday party. A special thanks to Zac, who made sure the night ran smoothly. It was a beautiful evening. Everything was perfect and went according to plan. The room looked very elegant and classy. The food was amazing and the service wonderful. Jonathan was our personal waiter. He was very hospitable and accommodating. The waiters and waitresses were all very kind and pleasant, as well as the server. You guys have a great group working together. Many thanks. We look forward to having more functions with Chapel Grille.
Chapel Grille is a unique wedding venue located in Rhode Island and nestled within a hilltop village. With a maximum capacity of 80 and a romantic outdoor terrace, it is the perfect place for an intimate yet elegant wedding reception.
With professional staff to help you along the way, you will surely feel at ease while planning your luxurious wedding at the Chapel Grille. Along with being a cozy and romantic experience, this venue also provides a number of services that you and your guests can enjoy including:
Dance floor Private bar Custom floor plans Event coordinators Plentiful complimentary on-site parking Handicap accessible 2 60” plasma screen TVs with HDMI Complimentary Wifi access iPod docking station with surround sound Private outdoor terrace Acoustic ceiling Custom printed menus Mahogany chairs Podium
The menu for Chapel Grille features Mediterranean style cuisine that focuses on olive-growing regions of the world. The executive chef has many menus that are available to customize for your palette and dietary needs. There is also a wine salon in the private dining room where you can host your main event. History
The historic 1891 Chapel was originally the Boys Training School, meant for the spiritual rehabilitation of young boys affected by poverty and crime. It was Rhode Island’s first attempt at statewide social institutions, and it created a safe haven that eliminated the deviant behavior formed from a poor environment. It is now home to Chapel Grille’s Cathedral Bar, where the infirmary wing has turned into the main dining room after being destroyed in a fire in the 1970s.