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Pelham Market doubles number of vendors since new management took over in spring 2022

By Charlotte Hong, Staff Reporter
October 25, 2023

Over the past year, business at the Pelham Market has been exceeding expectations. Since starting managing the market, Pascale Le Draoulec, the founder of Morning Glory markets, said she has been able...

Pearl Dynastea: Pelham’s new and fast growing bubble tea shop

Pearl Dynastea: Pelham’s new and fast growing bubble tea shop

By Ciara Lynch, Staff Reporter
September 28, 2023

For years, Pelham's beloved Double Rainbow, which had served award-winning ice cream to hundreds of customers weekly, had resided in the heart of Pelham. After closing on the Oct. 21, the area was due...

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Satisfying your sweet tooth in Pelham: a guide

By Oliver Lavallee, Entertainment Editor
September 22, 2023

Pelham has a variety of options to satisfy your sweet tooth, especially in regard to the large selection of pastries found in town. From scones to eclairs to linzer tarts, Pelham bakeries and cafes have...

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Review: Pelham’s perfect summer treat is Sweet Lincoln’s ice cream

By Matt Michailoff, Assistant Managing Editor
June 8, 2023

With a vibrant, welcoming storefront on the corner of Fifth and Lincoln avenues, Sweet Lincoln has established itself in Pelham as a new favorite among those of all ages. Since its opening in the fall,...

Bangkok City Thai Kitchens boba tea combinations are a must try

Bangkok City Thai Kitchen’s boba tea combinations are a must try

By Kate Gristina, Staff Reporter
June 2, 2023

Bangkok City Thai Kitchen has been a go-to restaurant for my friends and me after a long school day or on a carefree weekend. We have tried almost all kinds of boba they have to offer. They have various...

Pelham Palace, staple of downtown, serves Chinese and Japanese cuisine for 27 years

Pelham Palace, staple of downtown, serves Chinese and Japanese cuisine for 27 years

By Matt Michailoff, Food Editor
March 6, 2023

For the past 27 years, walking along Wolfs Lane, Pelham residents watched a variety of businesses open their doors, expand and then some close. Pelham Palace has been there through it all. Previously called...

Iced coffee in Pelham: The ultimate guide

Iced coffee in Pelham: The ultimate guide

By Hannah Steinberg, Opinion and Ideas Editor
February 3, 2023

Iced coffee is one of Pelham residents’ most beloved and purchased beverages, partly due to the great array of Pelham restaurants and cafes that hold great promise. Regardless of who you are or why you...

Some hot competition: Pelhams best hot chocolate for winter season

Some hot competition: Pelham’s best hot chocolate for winter season

By Cameron Wanuga, Staff Reporter
January 27, 2023

Hot chocolate is the perfect beverage for the winter season. There are many Pelham establishments that serve this delicious drink, but which hot chocolate in Pelham is the best? I recently ran all around...

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Meals with Matt: Favorite dishes from Pelham restaurants

By Matt Michailoff, Food Editor
December 9, 2022

Living in Pelham for 16 years, I've tried nearly every food option available from Chinese food to Greek food to Italian food. Whether it's new spots like Cafe Latino and Pizza Fenice or old fan favorites...

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Review: Café Latino serves up a new style in Pelham

By Gillian Ho, Staff Reporter
August 22, 2022

Spanish-Mexican-Dominican restaurant Café Latino opened in place of GoGreek in April. With there being few restaurants that serve the same cuisine as Café Latino does in Pelham, I was excited to try...

Sergios Ristorante named to OpenTables Top 100 restaurants of America

Sergio’s Ristorante named to OpenTable’s Top 100 restaurants of America

By Gabby Ahitow, Assistant Managing Editor
January 25, 2022

The Village of Pelham's own Sergio's Ristorante was one of nine restaurants in the New York area named to OpenTable's 100 top places in America to dine in 2021, after the online restaurant reservation...

Paul Freedman

Pelham’s Paul Freedman combines interest in food and history in new book ‘Why Food Matters’

By Matt Michailoff, Staff Reporter
March 15, 2021

Pelham resident and historian Paul Freedman has devoted a large part of his life to studying and teaching history. His most recent work, "Why Food Matters," combines his interest in food and history into...

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