A forum for Princeton residents to express opinions about local and national issues
Question of the Week: "The merchants of Princeton have declared October as "Buy Local" month. Which local store would you select as best reflecting the personality of Princeton?"
"I think that the store which most represents Princeton is Thomas Sweets for better or for worse."
Barbara Felton, White Oak Drive
"Hoagie Haven. It is the quintessential Princeton eatery. I go there for lunch and dinner every now and then I just like the folks behind the counter I feel like I'm really at home. As an alum, it brings back fond school memories."
Ken Pope, Greenhome Lane
Alex Schwerin, Leabrook Lane
"The Bent Spoon. It carries the uniqueness and the charisma of this sleepy town. It's an ice cream treat with a spin on it that is creative, and that's what Princeton means to me."
Todd Moses (with Summer, 8 mos.), Riverbirch Circle
"Micawber Books. It is a small and independent store. It caters to the university and the town. They deliver personal service. It is a wonderful book store."
Shelly Yedlin, Beach Hill Circle