Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXII, No. 45
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
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It’s New to Us by Jean Stratton

TRUE TRATTORIA: “We are a true Italian trattoria, with delicious, high quality, unpretentious food and a warm and welcoming atmosphere.” The team at Camillo’s Café includes, from left: Raul Lopez, Dorothy Goodman, chef/owner Camillo Tortola, and pastry chef Karen Angelica Zorn.

Camillo’s Café in Shopping Center Expands Space for Private Parties

What better way to relax and unwind than to enjoy the party at Camillo’s Café! Now, even more people can join the party. Camillo’s has just expanded to accommodate 70 guests for private parties. The space adjacent to the popular Princeton Shopping Center café became available, and executive chef and owner Camillo Tortola did not hesitate.

“We wanted to have a private room for people for holiday parties, rehearsal dinners, corporate events, showers, children’s parties, etc.,” explains Mr. Tortola. “This will be a terrific setting for all kinds of events, with no added room charge for its use. We already have plans for New Year’s Eve, including a special menu. It will be a great night.”

HOME AGAIN: “The intimacy of Lambertville is part of its charm, and because our shop is intimate, people feel at home. All our customers have been so welcoming. We feel we’re a part of the Lambertville community.” Nick Bewsey (standing) and Nelson Zayas, owners of Blue Raccoon Home Gifts Design, are happy to be back in their Lambertville location.

Blue Raccoon: Home Gifts Design Returns to Lambertville Location

Blue Raccoon has come home to Lambertville. After a four-year stay in New Hope, the charming home, gifts, and design shop has returned to its former location at 6 Coryell Street.

“We’re a better fit here,” explains Nicholas Bewsey, co-owner with Nelson Zayas. “We have always liked the community of shops here, and the Lambertville residents really support their merchants.”

In addition to returning to Lambertville, Blue Raccoon has also refocused its merchandise. The New Hope store heavily featured furniture, and while that is still available, there is an extensive selection of gifts and home accessories.

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