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Let’s Try . . . Elite Five Sushi & Grill

Tony Yu has opened Elite Five Sushi & Grill in an L-shaped space adjacent to the former Two Sevens restaurant.

Let’s Try … The Peacock Inn

Fine dining has resurrected phoenix-like in Princeton in the newly reopened Peacock Inn on Bayard Lane. The restored, grand old mansion, bar, and restaurant heralds a much needed alternative...

Let’s Try . . . Casa Gennaro

A popular restaurateur in the Princeton area since 1999 when he opened La Terrazza on State Road, Gennaro has steadily moved forward in enlarging his imprint on the food scene.

Bonne Assiette

It’s much too early for the culinary jury to return a verdict on a new dining establishment after just a few weeks, or even a few months. But if...

Let’s Try: The Deck & Stella

Two new restaurants are making a splash on the New Hope dining scene.

Let’s Try . . . Roots Ocean Prime

Formerly known as Cargot, a French-themed bistro, the space across University Place from McCarter Theatre has been completely renovated and is now Roots Ocean Prime.

Two New Hopewell Spots: Entrata & Thana Thai

Two new restaurants have opened in Hopewell that bear striking similarities to their predecessors.

Let’s Try . . . Meeting House

The newest addition to the Princeton dining scene is the renovated space at 277 Witherspoon Street, the former site of Jim Nawn’s Two Sevens Eatery and Cantina.

Marhaba Middle Eastern restaurant opens in Lambertville

The long wait is over and fans of Marhaba, the beloved Middle Eastern restaurant in Lambertville, are giving a hearty marhaba (or “welcome”) to the newly opened second location,...

Let’s Try … Kristine’s

Mon dieu! There is a French bistro in town and it is tres magnifique. Kristine’s has opened next to Jack Morrison’s Witherspoon Grill and is the newest addition to the Princeton dining scene.