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Feb 6, 2012 11:25 AM

Eclisse - White Plains - Gone

I passed by Eclisse in White Plains earlier and noticed that even though the sign is still on the building there is a new menu in the window with a new name called Mulberry. Looks like a pizza/italian restaurant. I would have gone in but they were not open for lunch.

Eclisse didn't last very long....

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  1. I'm going to assume that it is the same owners as it has been for a very long time: Laguna to eclisse to Mulberry?

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    1. re: cubanat

      i heard new owners but can't swear to it.

      1. re: kaaaassss

        On OpenTable, the link for Mulberry takes you to Eclisse.
        I just wish restos would recognize how important it is (at least to me) to have an accurate website WITH PRICES!

        1. re: mrsdebdav

          I just looked at open table and you're right it does take you to Eclisse's menu Maybe Par still owns it but thought a name change would help. It's hard to keep up with these restaurants. When he reopened Eclisse as Mediterranean it didn't work, then he changed the menu to family style italian and kept the name Eclisse. I guess only time will tell what this new incarnation is...

          1. re: kaaaassss

            Just found out there is a facebook page for Mulberry Street Brick Oven Pizza. Says website coming soon.

    2. Mulberry Street is not owned by Par, I found out that it is owned by the guys from Butterfield 8 in NY and CT. The opentable link seems to be working correctly now.

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      1. re: HappyChef

        that's true. the same group is opening a Butterfield 8 on the corner of Mamaroneck and Post next to Haiku where the FedEX office used to be. They are also opening up a mexican restaurant called Lolas and took over the Thirsty Turtle and Kellys...

        1. re: kaaaassss

          I used to like Butterfield 8 when I lived in the City. If they are the same owner, we may be in for a treat.