The owners of PJ’s, a Princeton Nassau Street mainstay, will be opening a new restaurant in the new center currently under construction in front of Papa’s Tomato Pies on Main Street in Robbinsville.
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.
A new-look Friendly’s restaurant will open its doors to customers at the Robbinsville Foxmoor Shopping Center in mid-April.
Robbinsville’s restaurant scene is set for a boost when the successful TacoRito restaurant opens a second location in Town Center this spring.
After five years of operating the WTF? (Where's The Food?) food truck, owners Tim and Lisa McRae have opened a takeout food stand in their hometown of Ewing.
John Mastoris bought into Pat’s Diner in 2001 and became the sole owner in 2008. The diner has been serving Trenton 24/7 for about 80 years, making it a Trenton landmark.
Robbinsville Township's long-awaited Starbucks will open for business Monday morning, serving its first customer at 5 a.m.
After months of delays, the Robbinsville location of PJ’s Pancake House nears completion. Owner John Procaccini said his eatery will open by late fall.
If all goes well this summer, two entrepreneurs will double the count of beer producers in Mercer County. But rather than replicating the success of New Jersey’s 47 other breweries with their familiar portfolios of ales and lagers, they are hoping to take local beer to another level.
At Laughing Hops, the largest hops yard in New Jersey, Cape May Brewing Company has been able to brew their highly rated Three Plows American India Pale Ale.