Clarion Hotel Palmer Inn
3499 Route 1 South
Princeton, NJ 08540
Phone: (609) 452-2500
Fax: (609) 452-1371
3499 Route 1 South, Princeton, NJ, US, 08540
- Phone: (609) 452-2500
- Fax: (609) 452-1371
Metro North serves Italian cuisine cooked lovingly and served in style. On offer are raviola, pasta, salads and pizzas at reasonable prices. The Calamari Toscano and the Veal Gnocchi are worth mentioning for their brilliant taste. The decor composed of red bricks is cozy and welcoming. The staff is polite. There is a bar too with a good selection of drinks. This is a good place to host events.
Located at the Nassau Inn, this restaurant has a long standing reputation for being one of the premier fine dining destinations in Princeton and offers a charming and inviting pub-like atmosphere; live music is offered, as is a host of classic American dishes and a selection of casual grill fare.
Teresa Caffe, an Italian trattoria in Princeton serves ethnic meals that are made from local, organic ingredients. This explains the cause for the authentic taste of the recipe. The menu comprises of antipasti, pasta, pizzas and salads out of which Insalate di Pizza deserves a special mention. The Peach Bread pudding is a great end to the meal, while the wine list gives a good choice of drinks to accompany the food. The ambience is casual and friendly, like a neighborhood diner. The service is also good, with reasonable prices.
Located in the heart of the downtown Princeton business district, this fine restaurant is a favourite gathering place and offers lunch, dinner, brunch, and a pub; wonderful American and Continental dishes are served in an elegant upscale atmosphere.
La Mezalluna offers a fine selection of Italian delicacies for the American palate. Chef Michael Moriello worked in several top-notch restaurants before coming here and recreating the magic of Italian cuisine. It features set meals as well as a-la-carte consisting of Linguini, Ricatoni, Tiramisu and Ricotta Cheesecake. There are meal packages for parties of various sizes. The staff is polite and greets with a smile. The restaurant is casual and comfortable- a good place to relax.
This bakery and eatery bakes fresh bread throughout the day and also offers wonderful sandwiches, salads, soups, bagels, pastries, sweets and beverages.
This restaurant serves a menu of innovative and contemporary French and American cuisines, with dishes known for the artful intertwining of interesting flavours; patrons will enjoy a fine dining experience in the soothing ambience of casual elegance that pervades the restaurant.
Try the Dry Aged Strip Steak or the Pear and Blue Cheese Salad at Witherspoon Grill. This steakhouse is a much loved venue for its awesome steaks and seafood. It is also open for brunch. The bar has an extensive wine list to go with the food. There is live jazz music too that uplifts the mood. The patio in the Witherspoon Grill is a great place to hang out with friends. The mood is that of casual fun with a friendly staff and youthful crowd. It is a venue for the famous Annual Harvest and Music Festival that features lots of activities, food and drinks and live gigs. Drop in at this lively venue for a much needed break.
The raw bar in the Blue Point Grill is particularly popular for its selection of fish and seafood. A casual diner, one can relish delicious food at reasonable prices. The Clam Chowder and Maryland Crab Cakes are spectacular. This is a BYOB place, therefore be warned and carry a bottle along. Private events are held here with the staff paying attention to the tiniest of details in order to make the occasion a success.
Elements brings one closer to the elements of nature with food made from locally grown and freshly picked vegetables and meat. It takes a very healthy approach to cooking by preparing wholesome meals, most of which are vegetarian and vegan. The food is traditional American consisting of spaghetti, soup, sashimi and salads. There are tasting menus for all palates which can be shared by a group. Business meals are also provided which are very popular. The bar serves great wine and cocktails. Try the chocolate souffle for its rich chocolate taste. There are three rooms for hosting private events too, with Wi-Fi and TV facilities. An important feature is the Chef For A Day program that allows a guest to spend a day with Chef Scott Anderson learning and making recipes, followed by a nine course dinner. Do not miss out on this opportunity of a lifetime to showcase one's skills.
Popular for their multiple fresh toppings, the pizza at Conte's is always served piping hot. A favorite of the university students, the restaurant's preferred dishes include the house vinaigrette salad and the meatball sausage pasta. For pizzas, the mushroom, sausage and pepperoni toppings are delectable. Diners can add a glass of reasonably priced wine to complete their meal, or go for a draft or bottled beer. Conte's also has a range of gluten-free and vegan dishes for its health conscious diners.
Vidalia Restaurant owned by Chef Salvatore Scarlata is a quaint Italian diner off the Route 206. It serves a classy menu that comprises of pasta, risotto and various entrees made to order according to the taste of the diner. There is salmon, veal and plenty of chicken dishes to choose from. The restaurant has a huge outdoor patio that is great for dining. It is also used for private parties. There are ample vegetarian dishes to choose from, which is a delight of many vegetarians. Vidalia is a BYOB diner which does not serve alcohol, therefore one may have to bring it along to enjoy with the meal. Leave some place for the amazing desserts at the end of the meal.