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Vol. LXV, No. 33
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
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A forum for Princeton residents to express opinions about local and national issues

Question of the Week:

“Where do you like to go for a nice dinner out or to pick up a casual bite to eat?”


“For a nice dinner and a casual bite to eat, my absolutely favorite restaurant is Cross Culture Indian restaurant located in the Princeton Shopping Center.”

— Vikki Caines, Princeton

Lori: “Manon in Lambertville. It’s a cozy French Bistro for a nice dinner out, and for a casual night out, I like Conte’s Pizza.”

Thea:“ A nice dinner out would be Salt Creek Grill in the Forrestal Village. And for casual dining, I like Panera.”

— Lori Bailin (left) and Thea Burke, Plainsboro

“Blue Point Grill in Princeton and The Big Fish in Marketfair. I like to eat fish.”

— Ray Sthlaefer, Skillman


“We like both Mediterra and Camillo’s Cafe for a nice dinner. The food is always good and the service is great. We also like that we can eat outdoors in the summer at either restaurant.”

— Jane and Mark Davis, Princeton

Diana: “Panera or Small World Coffee. I like places with a casual atmosphere to hang out with friends.”

Liz: “Tomo Sushi. My favorite dish is the spicy shrimp tempura. It’s very authentic.”

— Diana Morales, Trenton (left) and Liz Mahiri, Princeton

Jenee: “Panera. I like the chicken salads. They have good service, it is fun and not too expensive.”

Leslie: “Hunan Restaurant. They are quick to cook your food, and it is good and not too expensive.”

— Jenee Kelsey (left) and Leslie Castrejon, Princeton


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