Rumorville: Check the Cupboards for TJ’s PB

If you have any Trader Joe’s Creamy Salted Valencia Peanut Butter, bring it in for a refund. Stores are recalling this product over salmonella concerns. “We have no confirmed information that suggests this peanut butter is unsafe to eat,” the company states on its Web site. But the food should not be eaten “pending health-related inquiries.”

Trader Joe’s has stores in Larchmont, Scarsdale, Hartsdale, Darien and Westport.

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Rumorville: Out ‘field’

LARCHMONT– field (no capital F) the colorful, original, eclectic hand-made oasis/ boutique on Larchmont’s Boston Post Road will be going out of business at the end of September. Stop by to say goodbye to Gunda and Kate and save on drastically reduced merchandise. We are sorry to see you go! field 2095 Boston Post Rd., Larchmont 914.834.0601

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Trader Joe’s in Larchmont Expaaaaaaands

More wasabi nuts for you! October 1 is the target date for Trader Joe’s expansion into the former Belizzi space in the Village Square at 1260 Boston Post Road. Larchmont is one of the chain’s most profitable locations. If only they’d offer wine. But only one store per state can do that, and New York City’s Union Square store got that distinction.

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Rumorville: Modern Pizza to Modernize

NEW ROCHELLE—  Fuggedaboudit!!!!!!! Modern Pizza, an icon of excellence in pie for generations, will soon leave its snug HQ on Russell Street in New Rochelle and move both the restaurant and its ginormous brick oven (that’s it, above…)

It’s rolling over to a spacious location on the 300 block of Huguenot St, across from Trinity Church, and next door to RPatisserie. Modern has been in the old location since 1920, and most recently owned by partners Sebastian Aliberti and Anthony Russo. We’ll keep you posted.

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Rumorville: Catery Going Thai?, Pascal’s to Close

It’s one of Larchmont’s more unique, even historic spaces. And a great business location, right next to the train tracks. Back in the 1940’s it was an office…most recently, The Catery. Now we hear it’s going to be a Thai restaurant. There appears to be a bar inside; this is curious as previous applications for a restaurant/bar were denied.

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