Thursday, April 22, 2021

Let's Try

Food and restaurant reviews

Let’s Try…CoolVines

Tucked away on a cozy corner of Nassau Street and Harrison is a new shop specializing in wines and fine spirits. CoolVines is overflowing with choices and to help...

Let’s Try…Eno Terra

Change is the word of the moment. Out with the old, in with the new. Change is energizing and transforming and this is certainly the case with Eno Terra,...

Let’s Try…Ruth’s Chris Steak House

An icon of fine dining has finally come to Princeton and very elegant it is too. Located at Forrestal Village on Route 1 South, Ruth’s Chris Steak House...

Let’s Try … JL Ivy

It’s always a joy to see an old friend again and to revel in the changes that have taken place. Such is the pleasure to see the rebirth of...

Let’s Try…A Singles Wine Tasting

The weather was perfect on the night we ventured to Crossings Vineyard and Winery’s “Wine Tasting for Singles,” held outdoors in a covered patio adjacent to the vineyards. Although...

New in Dining: JL Ivy on Alexander

Anyone who appreciates a decent place to eat with a lively bar and — perhaps most important — convenient parking just a few minutes from Route 1 must have...

Let’s Try Labyrinth Books

Serious reading has returned to Nassau Street in the space formerly occupied by the late, lamented Micawber Books. Fans of the homegrown readers’ refuge will be slightly disappointed with...

Let’s Try… TreBar at Tre Piani

We’re ever on the lookout for new watering holes so when Jim Weaver of Tre Piani in Forrestal Village opened TreBar — Princeton’s first and only wine bar —...

Let’s Try: Calico Grill

A new star is born just off Nassau Street. The Calico Grill, behind Cox’s Market in a formerly under utilized space adjacent to a municipal parking lot, opened earlier...

Let’s Try…East

The second jewel in the crown for the Village Center in Plainsboro is the new Asian restaurant East. Located around the corner from Positano Mediterranean Grill (U.S. 1 August...