FORWARD FASHION: "Our look is contemporary.
We have everything from casual jeans and T-shirts to some suiting
and semi-formal. The focus is texture, fabric, and color." The
team at Honey West includes from left, co-owner Marisa Perini,
store manager and model Lauren Smith, and co-owner Annie Perini.
Honey West, the popular new women's shop, has found a home at
63 Palmer Square West, having opened its doors in September. Its
lineage, however, dates back to the 1960s, explain owners and
sisters Marisa and Annie Perini.
DINING OUT: "North Indian food has a lot
of choices. We thought people in Princeton would appreciate high
quality food and the nice atmosphere we offer." Sunita Midha (left)
and Seema Chopra are two of the owners of the new Indian restaurant,
Méhék, on Nassau Street.
are lining up to sample the tasty cuisine at the new Indian restaurant,
Méhék. Located in space formerly occupied by Sally
Lunn's Restaurant & Tearoom on Nassau Street, it has been
doing "standing room only" business since its opening