Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXV, No. 3
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Coldwell Banker Princeton Office

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It’s New to Us by Jean Stratton

PET PALS: “If people are out of the house working eight to 10 hours a day, their dog will benefit from socialization. It’s more than someone just coming in and walking the dog. The animal will have a full day of exercise, play, and socialization and the benefit of canine and human companionship.” Carole Lini (second row, right), owner of All Good Dogs Day Care, is shown with staff members: back row, Keith Meseroll; front, Dana Christensen and Nicole Rubino, and a group of very contented “customers”.

Socialization, Exercise and Quality Care Are Available at All Good Dogs Day Care

Jean Stratton

“Is your pet a “pooch potato”? If your dog is becoming a bit too sedentary, inactive, and lonely while you are away, the answer may be a “home away from home.”

DINING OUT: “We’ve had a great response. We had 100 people the first Friday night we were open. We were brand new and went right into the holidays, which was a very busy time for us. Now, we already have lots of regulars, including some who come three times a week.” Tony Vitella, owner of Metro North, couldn’t be happier with the success of his new restaurant.

The Popular New Metro North Restaurant Offers Diverse Dining in Attractive Setting

Jean Stratton

“Your chef made the best chicken piccata I’ve ever had!”

After lunch at Metro North restaurant, Lawrenceville resident Jean Aldrich makes a point of telling Tony Vitella the good news.

Owner of the restaurant with his brother Joe, Mr. Vitella enjoys receiving the compliment, and looks forward to hearing similar responses from other customers.

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