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September 1, 2009
Want to have your photo taken with President Obama? Want to be remembered as standing between the President and Michelle? Then come to the New Rochelle BID Sidewalk Sale, Wednesday September 23rd through Saturday, September 26th.
Fancy Photo at 514 Main Street, one of more than thirty stores and restaurants at this year’s BID Spring Sidewalk Sale will be selling photo packages of you with the President and/or Michele Obama. The life size cutouts are being provided by the BID.
While you are waiting for your photograph to be printed discover great merchandise from clothing to house wares, furniture to art supplies, and antiques to the bargain treasures that make the New Rochelle Spring sidewalk sale so popular. Explore the bargains at stores such as the Curtain Shop, AR King, Education Toys & Tools, Four Seasons, IB Cohen’s, Jay’s Boutique, Madrag, the Tranquil Spa, Consign it on Main, Avon, Carpet Image, Copies Express, Four Seasons, Kitchens and Baths by Royal, Liebman’s, Monroe College, Musso Multi Services Agency, Odyssey Flowers, Signarama, TF Andrew Carpet One Floor and Home, Timing and Total Performance Communications.
Louis Vaccaro of the Curtain Shop, who together with Maryce Cohen of IB Cohen, Co-Chairs of the BID Advisory Retail Committee, which organized this year’s Sale, stated: "I'm really excited to be part of the BID Spring Sidewalk Sale because of the many new businesses that are involved this year. New faces, new ideas and a great selection of products and services will make this event the best ever. Particularly thrilling this year is that for the first time our restaurants will set up tables for outside dining."
Many downtown restaurants will offer sidewalk dining. Taste delectable treats at Rangoli Indian Cuisine Restaurant, Bella Bella Italian Restaurant, Little Mexican Café and Alicia’s Bakery on Main Street, at Mo’s New York Grill on Memorial Highway, at Java Dreams Café on Huguenot Street and Cholo’s Kitchen and the Mexican Corner Restaurant on Lawton Street. And visit Division Street, Downtown’s new restaurant row. The sidewalk will be lined with outdoor tables and chairs featuring food from Brickyard Bistro, Kaffeine Expresso Bar, Posto 22 and Coromandel Cuisine of India. These are some of the restaurants that are making downtown New Rochelle delectable.
If you like al fresco dining in downtown New Rochelle, email your vote of support to the New Rochelle BID in care of email@example.com. The BID plans to keep downtown dining outdoors through the summer as part of Dine Downtown 2009.