Sir John’s of North White Plains Celebrates Its 32nd Anniversary

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Sir John’s Restaurant in North White Plains  is celebrating its 32nd anniversary this month, and offering pastas for $8.95 to celebrate. A note from the restaurant, after the jump.

The 411 on Sir John’s.

As Spring approaches so does another anniversary for Sir John’s Restaurant. This year will mark the 32nd year that the family restaurant has been in business.

With the way the economy has been lately, Sir John’s has decided to roll back prices for their anniversary effective April 1st through April 30th.

The freshly made, on premises, pastas dishes such as Stuffed Shells, Gnocchi, Spinach Gnocchi, Mancotti and Lasagna will be $8.95 each.

There are specialties such as Veal Chop Supreme, Veal Sorrentino. Maybe you have fish on your mind. Try the fleshly made Zuppa Di Pesce.

Not in the mood for a big dinner. Try one of our pizzas or calzones. There are even hot and cold wedges! Maybe you are in the mood for a hamburger from our charcoal grill.

Still hungry after your meal? Try one of our homemade desserts. Choose from cheesecake, tiramisu or even a freshly filled to order canolli.

Sir John’s Restaurant is located at 915 North Broadway North White Plains, NY in the Sir John’s Shopping Mall. The restaurant is open 7 days a week from 11am to midnight. Light menu served at lunch as well as regular menu and dinner menu. Full bar and lounge with TV’s. Party facilities for all types of affairs. Full take out menu. Handicap accessible. Major credit cards accepted. Casual dress. Ample free parking. Reservations accepted, suggested on weekends and larger groups. Phone: 914-946-9429 Fax: 914-946-0817.

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