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New, Closed or Coming Soon to White Plains: Taj Palace, Tommy Bahama

A roundup of local business happenings in White Plains

Taj Palace – 95 S. Broadway

Phone: (914) 437–5900, (914) 437-7900           

Hours: Mon. – Sun.: Lunch is from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Mon. – Thurs.: Dinner is from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., Fri. – Sat. 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., Sun.: 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

After the massive fire that destroyed the Bengal Tiger—Ratna Kataria, owner of the new Taj Palace, was inspired to create a new Mecca for those who crave quality authentic Indian food in White Plains. 

“I chose this area and wanted to bring Indian culture and food to people who live here and work in the area,” said Kataria, who opened the restaurant on South Broadway on July 6. “The food is different every day and you can feel and taste the difference in the delicious spices.”

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In addition to their regular menu (click here for the menu), Taj Palace serves a buffet everyday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Here’s a 10 percent off coupon: http://tajpalacewp.com/coupon/

Red Plum 

The modern Asian cuisine restaurant and lounge in Mamaroneck was supposed to open a new location where Nicky’s Restaurant is currently closed at 91 Mamaroneck Ave., however the owner confirmed that he and his business partners decided against the White Plains location.

Nicky’s closed in March after a fire. There is still no word on whether or not they will re-open and when or where.

Click here from some great photos of Nicky’s back in the day and the history of the restaurant.

Tommy Bahama, 125 Westchester Ave. (The Westchester)

The island-style clothing store will open up soon in The Westchester Mall

132 Westchester Ave. 

The organic mold testing and remediation company was named as Angie’s List 2011 Super Service award winner for Mold Testing & Remediation.

“Being honored by Angie’s List essentially means that our customers are happy with our work and trust us,” said Joseph Margherita, president and CEO of Fresh Maintenance, which uses organic, non-toxic and biodegradable products.

“Angie’s List is a such a well-known organization that earning this award is like getting the Good Housekeeping seal of approval in the business world. We’re only as good as the work we do and if the customers aren’t satisfied then we aren’t doing our job. Clearly, though, based on this award, our clientele is very happy with our work.”

Are you a new or closed business in White Plains, or are you moving in soon? Got current White Plains business news? Email dina.sciortino@patch.com

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