Mo C Mo C is Princeton’s newest sushi & Japanese cuisine restaurant. The restaurant is located on Tulane Street in the old Verbyst location next to Casa Aziz Salon and the Princeton Record Exchange. The Mo C Mo C building has been totally renovated and the ambiance is very contemporary.
Although the name is just Tortuga’s, it is actually “Tortuga’s Tres” because it is the 3rd addition to an already successful pair of Tortuga restaurants. Tortuga’s Mexican Village, located in Princeton, NJ was opened by Jennifer Jefferis in 1996. “Our entire staff is committed to serving the highest quality and best tasting Mexican food around,” […]
Tre Piani Restaurant features fresh local foods and Italian specialties. Tre Piani works closely with local farmers and fishermen to make sure that the food is always at the peak of freshness. Tre Piani also features Tre Bar, the popular wine bar offering an award winning wine list with over 75 selections and a full […]
Teresa’s Caffe offers classic Italian cuisine in a casual, relaxed atmosphere. The menu features antipasti, pizzettes, pastas, and desserts with a complementary regional Italian wine list. Lunch and dinner are served seven days a week. Reservations not taken. Parking nearby at the Hulfish Street or Chambers Street parking garages or on-street metered parking. Teresa’s Caffe […]
The Peacock Inn is the only boutique luxury hotel situated in the heart of downtown Princeton, famous for its Ivy League university, historic sites, upscale shops around Palmer Square and Nassau Street, museums, cultural venues, and restaurants. The Peacock Inn is a Princeton, New Jersey landmark — an attractive 18th century colonial mansion, which recently […]
Raoul & Carlo Momo of the Terra Momo Restaurant Group recently opened their brand new restaurant, Eno Terra, adding to their well-respected collection of local eateries including Mediterra Restaurant, Teresa’s Caffe, and the Witherspoon Bread Company. We caught up with the Momo brothers, as well as executive chef Chris Albrecht to learn more about their […]