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REVIEW: Triumph Brewing Company in Princeton is triumphant

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Triumph Brewing Company is a microbrewery and restaurant that operates three separate locations in Princeton, New Hope and Philadelphia. The flagship location is in downtown Princeton on Nassau Street and has been in operation for 19 years. The Princeton location has a slender exterior building profile that opens into an equally slender walkway which belies…

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Philly’s POD Restaurant provides pricey pan-asian perfection

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Once in a while spending some extra cash on a great meal is worth every penny, especially when the restaurant’s décor is equally as awesome as the food. Pod is one of those restaurants. Pod is among many restaurants in the Starr Restaurant Organization. According to starr-restaurant.com, SRO was founded by Steven Starr in 1995…

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Princeton’s PJ’s Pancakes

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  Written by: Britt Curry   PJ’s Pancake House, located right on Nassau Street in Princeton, has the perfect cozy atmosphere and large portions to make it a delightful place to stop for breakfast. Despite the growing Saturday morning crowd, getting a seat right away was not a problem. The seat was located right next…

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Mercer’s student restaurant good fare, great price

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This semester, students in the Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Management program have presented several “restaurants” in the eatery space in ES 111. They have created meals that can be enjoyed by students, faculty and the broader community for 8, 10 and 12 dollars respectively. Patrons have been able to enjoy high caliber meals that are…

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Bobby Flay opens restaurant in Princeton Market Fair

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Bobby Flay, an American celebrity chef and host of seven Food Network shows, opened a new location of his restaurant, Bobby’s Burger Palace, in Princeton Market Fair on Tuesday, August 28. . Starting at 10 a.m., people were lined up for the opening at noon. At noon exactly, the line had finally started to move…

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