Thursday, April 22, 2021

Let's Try

Food and restaurant reviews

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...

Let’s Try…The Peacock Inn

You had to look closely last week to see the “Now Open” sign that quietly appeared in front of the Peacock Inn on Bayard Lane in Princeton. It was...

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…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...

Let’s Try…Ivy Inn Karaoke Night

In a town known for its prestigious university and upscale shops, a bar that serves up $1 pints of Milller High Life and warns “Beware pickpockets and loose women”...

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.

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 . . . Elements Asia and Java Moon

When your favorite person says the three words you most long to hear, "let's eat out," your first thought is probably not a strip mall next to a cornfield....