Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXIII, No. 35
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
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It’s New to Us by Jean Stratton

DECADES OF DINING: “This is hands-on ownership. Nothing substitutes for being here. When you’re here, you know everything that is going on at all levels. And what is most enjoyable and exciting to me is that it is different every day.” Joe Christen is owner of Lahiere’s, the long-time restaurant at 11 Witherspoon Street.

Dining at the Popular Lahiere’s Restaurant Is a Long-time Princeton Tradition for Many

Jean Stratton

“Whenever I have guests from out-of-town, and we go out to dinner, we always go to Lahiere’s,” says a Princeton resident. “We know that the food and service will be excellent, and our guests will enjoy themselves.”

THE NATURAL WAY: “Our produce department is all-organic, and it’s a super draw for customers,” says Herb Mertz, member of the board of trustees of the Whole Earth Center at 360 Nassau Street. He is shown in the colorful and newly expanded produce department.

Natural Foods and Environmental Awareness Are Mission of Princeton’s Whole Earth Center

Jean Stratton

For 39 years, the Whole Earth Center, the not-for-profit natural foods store has offered food “the way it is supposed to be” — organically grown, environmentally safe, and nutritionally sound.

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