“Changing Climate, Changing Appetites” brought together a group of experts to discuss the thorny issues behind how to nourish an exploding global population while protecting the earth and safeguarding its finite resources.
Pat Tanner reports on the latest Princeton dining news.
The owners of PJ’s, a Princeton Nassau Street mainstay, will be opening a new restaurant in the new center currently under construction in front of Papa’s Tomato Pies on Main Street in Robbinsville.
Procaccini brothers John and Tino, along with partner Zissis “Z” Pappas —owners of PJ’s, a mainstauy on Nassau Street in — will be opening a new restaurant on Bear Tavern Road in West Trenton.
Dale Florio, a partner in lobbying firm Princeton Public Affairs Group, is part of the group that owns 128 West State Street Cafe, a new coffee shop on State House Row in Trenton.
“Asian fusion” is a pretty common term these days. But in Ewing, about 14 years ago, Tony Yu was at the forefront of offering Chinese and Japanese cuisine in the same restaurant.
The Trenton Council of Civic Associations (TCCA) hosts its third annual Taste Trenton restaurant crawl, beginning on Friday, April 21.
After sampling soup from ten local restaurants, Mercer County residents crowned Little King Sandwich Shop as the Grand Champion winners of the Fifth Annual Soup 4 You contest.
Lawrence's Giulio Padalino has two Palermos: the Sicilian town he grew up near, and the recently-renovated restaurant he owns in Bordentown.
Boro Bean has become known for their from-scratch muffins, selling 8 to 12 dozen of the sizable sweet treats every day, often more.