Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Trenton programs spotlight African art, American soul food

The Trenton City Museum in Cadwalader Park is hosting various programs in February that highlight African art as well as American soul food.

Blue Danube still flows in South Trenton

The Blue Danube is a Strauss waltz celebrating the mighty Danube River that courses through the Europe. It is also a restaurant on a quiet corner in South Trenton that became an oasis for Margaret and Peter Pulhac.

Craft beer newbie? How to take on taprooms like a pro

If you’re new to craft beer and have been wondering if there’s some way you could get more out of the taproom experience, this article is for you.

Surf Taco brings ‘Coastal Cuisine’ to Princeton

Surf Taco, a New Jersey chain, opened its most inland location in the Princeton Shopping Center on Jan. 9. The timing was perfect for our local food reporter, Joe Emanski.

Surf Taco opens new location in Princeton Shopping Center

Surf Taco, a Jersey Shore-based taco eatery, is opening a new location in the Princeton Shopping Center, 301 North Harrison Street.

Local Greek restaurant brings Greek hospitality to Princeton

Local Greek, the new dining spot on Leigh Avenue, is abuzz with patrons choosing items to take out and diners lingering over lunch. Clearly, word is getting around.

Food for Thought: what’s happening around Princeton’s dining scene?

Two Sevens, the much anticipated addition to Jim Nawn’s Princeton restaurant portfolio, opened in mid-December at 277 Witherspoon Street.

What new eateries are open, or about to be, in Princeton?

Changes are afoot all over town, with the most anticipated opening expected in December: Two Sevens Eatery & Cantina.

Cornerstone Community Kitchen: Nourishment for body, mind, and spirit

Cornerstone Community Kitchen is a soup kitchen operating every Wednesday in a town that is known for its affluence and academic brilliance.

Home Sweet Homestead: Legendary Hamilton eatery keeps its charm

Restaurants come and restaurants go, but some very few mysteriously live on, decade after decade. Such is the case with Hamilton’s Homestead Inn.