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Subject: Re: Princeton Food

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Date Posted: 11:45:30 11/17/16 Thu
In reply to: Pete 's message, "Princeton Food" on 11:37:07 11/14/16 Mon

No trip to Princeton is complete without a trip to Hoagie Haven! http://www.hoagiehaven.com/

If you are mobile, a short drive north to the Tiger's Tale is worth it for casual food: http://www.tigerstalenj.com/

In town, you can't go wrong with the "A&B" or Alchemist and Barrister: http://www.theaandb.com/

Last, but certainly not least, you HAVE to end an evening at Thomas Sweet: http://www.thomassweet.com/ But go to the original location at 183 Nassau Street to get the authentic wait-in-a-line-out-the-door-and-down-the-block experience...

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Date Posted: 23:00:35 11/20/16 Sun

Nassau Inn is good for drinks in the tap room and that's about it. Rooms are old and tired. Ventilation frequently out of order. That guy has been ripping off alums for years.

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