BEST BAR: The theme of the decor is a European-style coffee-wine bar. Its tied in with the restaurant, but different. I thought there was a need for a cool lounge, with a small plate menu. Jim Weaver, chef-owner of Tre Piani Restaurant and the new TreBar, is shown in the bars sunken lounge, a favorite spot for private gatherings.
TreBar is très bon! This new coffee/wine bar, affiliated with Tre Piani Restaurant at 120 Rockingham Row in Princeton Forrestal Village, has become a hot spot for drinks before dinner, after dinner, as well as for small plate lunch and supper.
Its everything and anything. There can be any combination, says chef/owner Jim Weaver, who also owns Tre Piani Restaurant.
HAIR CARE: The clients needs are important. Why this color? Why this cut? We find styles that are appropriate to the clients need. The owners of Salon Vis à Vis, from left, David Ordini, and Debra and Carl Edinger, are proud of their quality hair care and personal service.
Does she or doesnt she? That was the traditional question once upon a time. Its hardly relevant today because the answer in so many cases is Yes, she does! (He could now be added, too.)
Its all about hair coloring, of course. The growth in this activity over the years has been truly stunning. No longer just to cover gray, it has become a fashion statement in many instances, with a clients color, highlights, low lights, dimensional coloring, etc. changing seasonally.