Pranzi- closed? [White Plains]
Walked by Saturday night and there is a handmade sign in the window that says, "Closed, sorry for the inconvenience" Anyone have any additional info?
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If you are writing about Pranzi, in White Plains, the sign has been up since last weekend. Nothing posted on their website. I hope they aren't closing, I didn't get to try them, yet. Even though White Plains has lots of Italian restaurants, Pranzi has peeked my interest. Their menu looked "fresh", and didn't seem like your typical "red sauce" Italian (which I don't enjoy).Just didn't get a chance to try them.
I walked past at lunch time today and saw the sign in the window. No explanation as to why they are closed. That's never a good sign. They were awesome when they first opened up a couple of years ago but then food and service began to slip. They started to do women drink free happy hours and had a DJ. Maybe they will get their act together and reopen.