The newest addition to the restaurant offerings at Princeton Shopping Center is the Pho Spot, opening soon in the corner space near Cross Culture Indian restaurant and Dunkin Donuts.
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.
After more than 17 years of serving Hopewell Borough as a café, bakery, deli, caterer and sit-down restaurant, Brothers Moon is closing its doors.
For three months a year, pumpkins are everywhere. There are those who wonder, though, whether all this pumpkinmania isn’t some sort of con.
Since his grand opening, Tim McRae and his WTF? food shack has brought great short order items to Ewing using local produce and a whole lot of fun.
The Princeton community’s vaunted diversity is on display this fall, not in a theater or a museum, but in the cooking classes offered by the Princeton Adult School.
Pizza Den, sandwiched between the two branches of Hoagie Haven at 242 Nassau Street, offers your typical range of pizzas and toppings.
1911 Smokehouse Bar-B-Que. Barbeque, the authentic kind, has long been a family favorite because my parents settled in Texas.
Fans of Trenton-style tomato pies will always argue about which one is best. Classico Tomato Pies, a one-year-old pizzeria in West Windsor, may be a new favorite.
Combining fine Italian cuisine with small town hospitality, the staff at La Piazza Ristorante have built a reputation of committed service to the community.