Larchmont Restaurant to Open Under New Ownership

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Plates, the recently closed restaurant at 121 Myrtle Blvd. in Larchmont, will soon reopen as “Billy and Pete’s” under new owners.

Billy Bishop, a Larchmont resident, and Peter Smith of New York City “share a vision to create a modern-day Cheers,” according to a press release from William Raveis Real Estate, who brokered the lease.

Chef Matthew Karp, who will retain ownership of the building, and who has run the restaurant for 15 years, will continue to focus on his catering business.

The building has served as a station master’s office, a butchery, and a longtime restaurant known as Carl’s before becoming Plates.

 

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13 thoughts on “Larchmont Restaurant to Open Under New Ownership

  1. Billy – Congratulations and I am sure you will make this A Must Go To place in Westchester and THE Place in Larchmont!!!

  2. Go Billy go….good luck my friend me and the bouts will come up as soon as possible!! Can’t wait to see you and the new “place to go to” in larchmont

  3. What a perfect location to bring New Ro and Larchmont friends together. As in the past, I know Billy will provide a cozy neighborhood spot. We cannot wait!

  4. Billy,
    I’m sure you remember Larchmont Little League. Congratulations on your new venture. Wish we still lived in Larchmont.
    The best of luck,
    Joy and Chuck Baumblatt

  5. Bill Bishop is the master, a veritable Toots Shor for the modern age. I highly rec that everyone check out Billy and Pete’s. Good luck, fellas.

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