L'Attitude Modern Eatery–announcing a Great Burger Giveaway

L'Attitude offers a great burger to Rhode Island.
Dean Scanlon, L’Attitude owner with a great burger.

Note: L’Attitude is now “Revolution” — Same place, same owner, different look/concept/menu.

Rhode Island’s Best Kept Secret Great Burger is hiding at L’Attitude in Pawtuxet Village.

Chef Ken sniffed out a great burger in Rhode Island! To celebrate our fortunate find, we’re giving away a L’Attitude Burger and Fries to a reader–

Read this article and enter the drawing for a chance to win a free half-pound burger with fries from L’Attitude Modern Eatery, Pawtuxet Village, Rhode Island.

  • Chef Ken literally sniffed out this delicious burger, with his discerning chef’s nose.

One fine Saturday, after walking in the quiet and historical residential section around Pawtuxet Cove, as we ascended George Street toward Broad, Ken noticed, “Someone is charbroiling a good hamburger.” Always curious, he followed his nose. It led him to the service door of L’Attitude, where we spotted a guy in chef’s clothes taking a break from the kitchen.
“Good Burgers?” my man asked.
“Oh, yeah!” was the obviously sincere answer we were looking for.
So we went around to the front door and discovered this pleasant surprise:
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On Saturdays at L’Attitude Modern Eatery, from noon to 4pm, you can have a 1/2 pound burger with any toppings you like, with fries, for the incredible price of $6.

No kidding! (Eat-in only; no to-go orders).
And oh, yeah, they’re good hamburgers! I’ll put it the way my chef husband said it,

You can’t do burgers better than the ones they make at L’Attitude.

2190 Broad Street

Cranston, Rhode Island


$6 on Saturday afternoons– this a burger worth driving out of your way for. It’s beefy, charbroiled, served on a tender bun (not sticky-doughy or dry, and not mushy), with really good fries, cooked your way and topped with whatever your l’il ole heart desires~
I like my burger cooked medium, topped with baby spinach, roasted red peppers, grilled portobello mushrooms and goat cheese. Mayo on the side for dipping my fries, please.
My chef likes his burger cooked medium, topped with bacon, provolone, roasted red peppers, shoe-string french-fried onions and sriracha-aioli sauce.
All burgers come with lettuce, tomato and onion. Not in the mood for a burger? L’Attitude has a terrific bistro menu (sandwiches, pasta, pizza & bruschetta, salads, steak, fish & shellfish) made fresh from quality ingredients, all reasonably priced. And a very nice wine list. 

Want to win a free Saturday burger and fries special from L’Attitude?

Great Burger at L'Attitude
L’Attitude’s great burger with fries and sriracha aioli
  • To enter, leave a comment at the bottom of this post.
  • Answer the question “What do you like on your burger?”
  • You’ll be automatically entered in a random drawing to receive a gift-certificate for a Saturday burger special at L’Attitude.
  • (Contest open from May 1 – May 14; winner announced May 21; prize must be redeemed before October 1, 2014).
  • Sign up to follow this blog via email (look on the right side of this page), or remember to check this blog on May 21st, to find out whether you’re the winner.

So then, what do you like on your burger?

**This article is NOT sponsored or endorsed by L’Attitude, its owners or employees, neither are they providing the prize, nor have they given us free food to get me to tell you that they make good food. “This is a great burger!” is my honest and impartial recommendation, not a paid advertisement, and I’m the one popping for the contest prize.

25 thoughts on “L'Attitude Modern Eatery–announcing a Great Burger Giveaway”

  1. This lovely post popped up in my inbox right as I’m headed out for lunch. So now what do I want to eat? A burger and fries of course! Nothing quite hits the spot like this simple classic. I like mine pretty plain with just cheese, tomato, lettuce, and some ketchup 🙂

  2. Sounds wonderful! If I win, does the prize include my plane ticket and a B&B stay for, say, a week or two? Well…gotta keep the dream alive, right?
    It’s dinner time here and I’m starving now… 🙂

  3. Now that’s a burger! I was wondering the same thing, Sherri. I’m flexible on the flight time. 🙂
    I’m pretty plain when it comes to my taste in burgers. I love cayenne pepper along with a little pepper jack cheese and some grilled vidalia onion…that’s it.

      1. Ahh, thanks Tracy, that is really kind of you (hope you knew I was only joking though and would never expect anything like that, I never win anything anyway, well, except for a huge stuffed teddy bear one, so large I had no room for it!!) but thank goodness dreams are freely available for us all 🙂 I like the sound of that very much indeed…
        Still, nice to know you are flexible Jill, wouldn’t it be great for us all to plan a visit and meet up with you Tracy? Never say never…
        Have a great weekend 🙂

  4. Oh, wow, Tracy. I am suddenly so hungry for one of these burgers… great picture and overall descriptions. Why can’t any of your “great eats” be in Colorado Springs?

  5. I liked this so much, the atmosphere and food look fantastic! I am wishing for a delicious burger with the nice chef delivering it to our table! Take care and hope you have a wonderful weekend, Tracy! Smiles, Robin

    1. Here’s the million $ question: if you win the raffle, will you buy a plane ticket to come out here and meet us?
      Oops, You disqualified yourself by not answering the question “what would you like on your burger.”
      You’re so clever!! (If you ever get here, I’ll treat you to a burger at L’attitude. I promise.!)

  6. The kind of burger I prefer is a veggie burger, which I understand L’atittude sells. The toppings I like on my veggie burger are lettuce, grilled onions, barbecue sauce, roasted red peppers and Swiss cheese.

    1. I’m with you–
      I thinkg they sell a veggie burger, but if they don’t, you could always put those toppings on their fabulous flatbread.
      They do have a lot of vegetarian options on their menu…

    1. You’re welcome Eugenia — it’s amazing how much there is, right HERE. We tend to get in a rut visiting the same places. The blog forces me to think differently, to explore…

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