Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXIV, No. 48
 
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
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It’s New to Us by Jean Stratton



SPORTS SPECIALTIES: “This is not a traditional sports bar. It is a sports bar in a traditional restaurant. We wanted to offer a mix. We have an extensive selection of bar food, but also some higher end cuisine. It’s very eclectic.” Joseph Carnevale (left), Paul Toto, and John Procaccini are delighted with the success of their recently-opened Princeton Sports Bar & Grill.

Nassau Street’s Princeton Sports Bar & Grill Is “The Only Game in Town” for Many New Fans

Jean Stratton

Watch every quarter, period, inning, round, or set! You don’t have to miss a moment of your favorite team or player in action. With the opening of The Princeton Sports Bar & Grill (PSB&G) last July, sports fans and foodies alike can combine their love of the game with their love of good eating.

The new establishment at 128 Nassau Street is the latest incarnation of Princeton’s long-time favorite, The Annex (opened in 1948), which became Sotto Ristorante in 2004.


HANDS-ON HELP: “No one is ever rushed here. We want everyone to relax and be comfortable. You can get away from the stresses and cares of the world here.” The staff at Princeton Nails want customers to enjoy a manicure or pedicure at the newly renovated salon. Left to right are: Kate, Jenny, and Tina. In the foreground is owner Casey Kang. Missing from the photo are Sarah and Linda.

Pedicures, Manicures, and Waxing Services Offered at Newly Renovated Princeton Nails

Jean Stratton

In our high tech, fast-paced world, what was once considered a luxury is now often a necessity. A stretch of quiet time and a bit of hands-on pampering can be beneficial to mind, body, and spirit. Time away from the stresses of one’s busy life can rejuvenate and revitalize.

Casey Kang, new owner of Princeton Nails at 6 Nassau Street, fully understands this. “We give people the best personal care and attention. We take special care to help them relax. They need this time for themselves.”


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