Thursday, April 22, 2021

Let's Try

Food and restaurant reviews

Lets Try . . . Crown of India

If you want to be treated like royalty, you need go no further than the newly renovated Crown of India restaurant at the spiffed up Princeton Meadows Shopping Plaza...

Let’s Try…On the Bone

Who among us, save the vegetarians, doesn’t hanker for a good steak or plump pork chop every once in a while as a change from the virtuous chicken and...

Let’s Try . . . Maxine’s 2

It's a typical Saturday night in Princeton and environs. People are queued up for precious dinner spots everywhere from Blue Point Grill on Nassau Street to Big Fish and...

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.

Let’s Try . . . HOB Tavern

A quick visit to the HOB in Bordentown shows that outdoor eating in the winter is still an option that is on the menu.

Let’s Try…BT Bistro

Bobby Trigg threatens to do a hat trick in our own backyard. The opening of his way-cool BT Bistro tucked into the side of the Palmer Inn (Clarion Hotel)...

Let’s Try…Trader Joe’s

About 20 years ago I worked for a public relations firm in Carnegie Center with clients in the Bay Area and Los Angeles.My boss, a California native, introduced me...

The Peacock Inn

Mythology tells us that it is the phoenix that is reborn resplendent but we now know that the peacock comes back shining anew as well. The Peacock Inn at...

Let’s Try . . . The Blue Rooster

Somewhere in Dublin, a cozy English tearoom fell in love with a robust French cafe and then settled into a Victorian house in Cranbury, New Jersey. The Blue Rooster,...

Let’s Try…Elements

New York dining, in all its glory, has come to Princeton. Your first clue that this will be no ordinary dinner date is the dramatically different, ultra-modern structure on...