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Restaurants
  • Ajihei
    11 Chambers St, Princeton, NJ 08542
    Located on Chambers Street in Princeton, Ajihei is a popular sushi restaurant among locals. Ajihei's space is small butMore comfortable, and the atmosphere is casual. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner six days a week.
  • A Little Taste of Cuba
    70 Witherspoon St, Princeton, NJ 08542
    A Little Taste of Cuba is a cigar and fine tobacco shop located on Witherspoon Street in downtown Princeton. The storeMore is staffed by professional "tobaccoists" to help customers navigate its diverse supply of premium tobacco products. The shop has Cuban-inspired decor throughout its smoking lounge.
  • Aramark
    Hamilton Ave & Walnut Ln, Princeton, NJ 08542
    Aramark is a food service and corporate management company with offices, warehouses,  and affiliated locationsMore throughout the country. It's involved in conference center and hotel management services, sales and marketing, revenue management, food and beverage, guest services, housekeeping, consulting, design and delivery, facility and project management and energy advisory services. It also holds a footprint on technical services, social responsibility and environmentally friendly business and causes.
  • Blue Point Grill
    258 Nassau St, Princeton, NJ 08544
    Blue Point Grill is a highly rated seafood restaurant on Nassau Street in Downtown Princeton. Fresh fish, seafood andMore shellfish are central to Blue Point Grill's menu, which changes to reflect the freshest available seafood. Blue Point Grill offers delectable side dishes, including creamed spinach and garlic smashed potatoes. The restaurant provides reservations and is BYOB.
  • Cafe 44
    44 Leigh Ave, Princeton, NJ 08542
    Cafe 44 is a local restaurant and cafe that offers a wide range of home-style and fresh options, including breakfastMore items, sandwiches, cereals, soups, salads and baked goods. Some menu options include cheese omelets, scrambled eggs, breakfast sandwiches, grilled chicken, grilled cheese, tomato bisque, pancakes, bagels, home made granola, espresso, home fries and waffles. It also offers free Wi-Fi.
  • Calico Grill
    180 Nassau St, Princeton, NJ 08544
    Tucked in a quiet alleyway behind its parent Cox's Market, the Calico Grill offers a host of Hawaiian-influenced freshMore seafood dishes as well as other dining choices, including steak and burgers. The small venue offers an intimate dining atmosphere for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner with an ocean theme.
  • Camillo's Cafe
    301 N Harrison St, Princeton, NJ 08540
    Owned by chef and Italian native Camillo Tortola, Camillo's Cafe is an award-winning restaurant located in theMore Princeton Shopping Center. The Cafe features an outdoor patio and a refined, casual dining room offering authentic Italian cuisine including, fresh hot and cold appetizers, salads, seafood, pasta, steak, poultry and more. Visit the website provided to view a complete menu.
  • Carousel Luncheonette
    182 Nassau St, Princeton, NJ 08542
    Carousel Luncheonette is a diner style lunch and dinner restaurant. It demonstrates its namesake with the colorfulMore carousel horse figures that adorn its outer window. This restaurant serves American diner comfort food such as soups, sandwiches and burgers. Parking is limited to metered street parking. The restaurant is fairly generous in its accepted forms of payment, including all credit and debit cards and traveler's checks.
  • Chapin Restaurant
    146 Witherspoon St, Princeton, NJ 08542
    Nestled in the middle of a quiet residential street, the tiny, five-seat Chapin Restaurant offers a variety of MexicanMore and Guatemalan favorites, including tacos, empanadas and gallina (hen) stew.  Diners can also choose to sip soft drinks from Central America kept right in the refrigerator. Parking can be an issue during the day, but there are municipal lots located a short walk from the restaurant.
  • Chucks Spring Street Cafe
    16 Spring St, Princeton, NJ 08542
    Chuck's Spring Street Cafe is a favorite hangout of university students and Princeton residents. Chuck's BuffaloMore wings are famous in town and can be prepared to each patron's desired level of spiciness. The wings are served with customary celery stalks and blue cheese dressing on the side. The Cafe also sells other fare, such as hamburgers, fries and sandwiches.
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