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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...

The Rolling Steam coffee shop in the train station passed out free cups of coffee during Random Acts of Kindness Day.

Pelham residents unite to support Rolling Steam cafe with GoFundMe page

By Audrey Levenson, Staff Reporter
October 22, 2020

For the past 12 years, the Pelham train station has housed one of the town’s charming haunts: Rolling Steam. The small cafe is owned by Lois Teller, a woman who had created a community of patrons out...

Clayton Bushong, former president of the Pelham Chamber of Commerce.

Pelham restaurant mogul Clay Bushong is opening new eatery: Sound Chicken

By Brett Bober, Staff Reporter
October 13, 2020

If you live in Pelham, you've undoubtedly heard the name "Clay Bushong" before. Whether you know him as the co-owner of Cantina Lobos or the recent purchaser of Double Rainbow, get ready to add another...

Easy quarantine baking for when youre hungry—or bored

Easy quarantine baking for when you’re hungry—or bored

By Julia Findikyan, Staff Reporter
May 12, 2020

Over the past five weeks, we've all been been dealing with our recent time at home in different ways. And I'm sure everyone has said, thought or heard these two words: "I'm bored." To cure this boredom,...

Pelham List website provides opportunities to support local businesses in crucial time

Pelham List website provides opportunities to support local businesses in crucial time

By Charlotte Howard, Executive Editor
March 20, 2020

With all of the chaos and stress in the world, support for Pelham businesses will be critical to their future. A group of people have put together a directory of who's open when. "Just because we’re...

Nancy Romm and her truck at Glover Field in fall 2018.

Nancy’s ice cream truck to roll again, as Pelham Together creates way for teens to gain work experience

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
February 11, 2020

The ice cream truck that created many fond post-game memories for Pelham citizens is returning. After sporting events and school, Nancy's ice cream truck always sat waiting, ready to dole out treats and...

New restaurant Rail House offers Italian and American cuisine cooked to perfection

New restaurant Rail House offers Italian and American cuisine cooked to perfection

By Evan Kaplan, Staff Reporter
November 22, 2019

The new restaurant in town, The Rail House (replacing Casa Amore), opened at 65 1st Street. This restaurant serves Italian cuisine, as well as an American fare including fish and chips, hamburgers and...

Come try the new at EcoPels vegan cook off on Nov. 9

Come try the new at EcoPel’s vegan cook off on Nov. 9

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
October 11, 2019

The Environmental Coalition of the Pelhams (EcoPel) will be hosting the first ever vegan cook off on Nov. 9 starting at 6:30 pm. At this event, which will be hosted at a home in Pelham Manor, cooks will...

Marcelleria, a must-try and heartwarming Italian restaurant

Marcelleria, a must-try and heartwarming Italian restaurant

By Julia Rosenberg, Food Editor
September 19, 2019

There is a new kid on the block. Replacing Jordan Hall on fifth ave, the new Italian restaurant Macelleria sits on a street that is packed with restaurants. There is an appeal to this restaurant because...

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