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Old 07-10-2007, 09:17 AM
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Hi all,

I just moved to Princeton and was looking at eating out options at downtown princeton.

I was looking at places which offered good food at affordable prices. Nothing too pricey....

Visited Conte's pizza last week and loved it.

Thank you for any recommendations!
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Old 07-10-2007, 11:42 AM
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Glad you found Contis... its actually gone downhill a bit, but still a good place.

These are the places I like, ymmv:

Teresa Caffe (broken link) in Palmer Square
- good, simple italian place
- gets crowded and some tables are too close together
- these folks also own Mediterra, but that place is pretty expensive.

JB Winberie - on the right in Palmer Square
- American cuisine, some steaks, some chicken dishes, some burgers and sandwiches
- get the spinach dip as an appetizer, its to die for.

The A & B
They have a sit down area and a pub area with different menus for each. The pub stuff is funky wraps and sandwiches which are cheaper. The sit down area is more expensive.

PJs pancake house on Nassau street
- you gotta do this place for brunch or breakfast at some point

Triumph Brewing on nassau street
- microbrewery with lots of different beers
- food is reasonably good and reasonably priced (you can spend a lot if you want also)
- live music on the weekends and some weeknights

Bar at the Nassau Inn in Palmer Square
- I guess its kind of like an old man bar, but I like it (I'm only 31)
- Lots of TVs, big leather chairs

Thomas Sweet on Nassau Street for ice cream
- Einstein used to go there for cones, need I say more?
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Old 07-10-2007, 12:44 PM
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Default Thanks a ton!

Hey Krusher,

Thank you very very much for the prompt reply.
I really appreciate it!

This list is just awesome!
Will definetely visit these places.....

All of them sound like fun and interesting places to visit.

Thanks again.
Have a great week ahead
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