A new PJ’s Pancake House will make its debut in the former Kingston’s Main Street Cafe building in March.
The Trenton City Museum in Cadwalader Park is hosting various programs in February that highlight African art as well as American soul food.
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.
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.
The Lawrence Township Planning Board approved a plan Aug. 7 for the construction of a Shake Shack, the popular New York City-based burger chain, on Route 1.
Surf Taco, a Jersey Shore-based taco eatery, is opening a new location in the Princeton Shopping Center, 301 North Harrison Street.
Restaurants come and restaurants go, but some very few mysteriously live on, decade after decade. Such is the case with Hamilton’s Homestead Inn.
Two Sevens, the much anticipated addition to Jim Nawn’s Princeton restaurant portfolio, opened in mid-December at 277 Witherspoon Street.
Last month Jim Nawn opened his culinary centerpiece: Cargot Brasserie, a French themed, full service restaurant open seven days a week.
Procaccini brothers John and Tino, along with partner Zissis “Z” Pappas —owners of PJ’s, a mainstauy on Nassau Street in — will be opening a new restaurant on Bear Tavern Road in West Trenton.