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Subject: Making arrangements to go P’ton


Author:
Ivy wanna be
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Date Posted: 16:55:59 11/04/17 Sat

Looking forward to get down to Princeton.

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Author:
Yale OL
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Date Posted: 17:09:08 11/04/17 Sat

Any suggestions on making a day/ Road trip to Princeton from New Haven
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TigerFan
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Date Posted: 21:22:36 11/04/17 Sat

Yes. Just keep going until you get to Trenton. It will remind you of New Haven.
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Author:
Bowwowwow
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Date Posted: 08:18:05 11/05/17 Sun

Trenton probably has a better football team.
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Boston Lion
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Date Posted: 14:00:13 11/05/17 Sun

TigerFan: Slyly witty comment.
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Author:
Memphis Bill
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Date Posted: 17:12:50 11/04/17 Sat

Where's a nearby place in Tigertown for a pregame brunch?
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Author:
Ivy wanna be
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Date Posted: 08:32:46 11/05/17 Sun

Nassau Tavern, was always pleasing , sit in the bar with Norman Rockwell mural, . Always loved the eggs Benedict
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Uptown
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Date Posted: 10:23:15 11/05/17 Sun

I always liked the Pancake House on Nassau Street.
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Author:
Ivy wanna be
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Date Posted: 10:46:17 11/05/17 Sun

That sounds good too
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Author:
Know-it-all
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Date Posted: 10:59:16 11/05/17 Sun

I would not recommend PJ's pancake house on Nassau Street. Although it always seems to have a waiting line outside and has the advantage of being right in town, the food is miserable and it always appears unsanitary. The tap room at the Nassau Inn clearly has the most atmosphere and charm, and it is centrally located in Palmer Square - but again the food is undistinguished. Better to go there for a drink after the game. My recommendation would be Metro North on Alexander Street, on the periphery of campus and just past the new Arts Quad/Dinky station. They have parking on site, too. As an alternative, there is Jammin' Crepes on Nassau Street or the Alchemist & Barrister on Witherspoon (also in the center of town).
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Author:
M3
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Date Posted: 11:43:44 11/05/17 Sun

http://www.triumphbrewing.com/princeton/

Excellent brew and I suggest the Turkey BLT or burger.

After the game Dinky Bar

http://dinkybarandkitchen.com/

Sanest way to get to Princeton from New Haven?

Take the train to Princeton Junction then Dinky to Princeton.

No traffic or parking woes.
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Author:
YALE OL
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Date Posted: 11:54:42 11/05/17 Sun

Is parking hard to come by in Princeton?
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Know-it-all
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Date Posted: 12:12:10 11/05/17 Sun

Street parking is metered, and enforcement is ruthless. There are public garages in the center of town (Spring Street, right off Witherspoon and Hulfish, adjacent to the Nassau Inn) for worry-free parking.
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Author:
Ivy wanna be
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Date Posted: 12:26:53 11/05/17 Sun

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Author:
Know-it-all
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Date Posted: 12:59:29 11/05/17 Sun

Tailgating is outside on the fields and blacktop parking lot adjacent to Princeton Stadium and Clarke baseball field.
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Author:
Uptown
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Date Posted: 12:57:47 11/05/17 Sun

When I go to Pton, I park in Hullfish and walk through campus. It's a nice stroll on a fall day
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Author:
Yale OL
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Date Posted: 15:56:58 11/05/17 Sun

Is it a long walk from chambers street to the stadium?
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Author:
Uptown ( Know-it-all)
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Date Posted: 13:00:26 11/05/17 Sun

If you spent four years eating in John Jay, you wouldn't mind the pancake house at!

And pancakes are pancakes. Cornel West is a regular on Saturdays!
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Author:
voy vey
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Date Posted: 13:45:06 11/05/17 Sun

Broadmead Field used to be a good place to park and tailgate; not sure if that's still the case as I haven't been there in about a decade.
[> [> [> [> Subject: Re: Making arrangements to go P’ton/All You Need to Know


Author:
M3
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Date Posted: 14:52:24 11/05/17 Sun

http://www.goprincetontigers.com/sports/2017/7/24/football-tailgating-information.aspx


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