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Pelham Palace to re-start indoor dining after long period post-Covid-19 offering deliveries only

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Beginning on May 6, Pelham Palace will re-start indoor dining after closing to seated customers alongside numerous Pelham restaurants due to Covid-19 in 2020.

“It’s been a long time,” said manager Georgie Chin. “Even though we don’t have enough people, we are trying to open because a lot have been asking us when we will re-open.” 

The restaurant at 221 Wolfs Lane has been a Pelham staple for 28 years. Customers continued to show their support, though the Covid-19 pandemic caused it to operate as a takeout restaurant. 

“The community helped us a lot during the pandemic, and even though we are not currently open for dine-in, people still come and support us,” Chin said in an interview before indoor dining restarted. 

She said there is currently no plan to expand the menu. However, once the staff gets back into the swing of things, the restaurant is planning to add new dishes. 

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