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Below is a selection of addresses. The target is family. The goal is to offer you some places accessible to family and quite typical of Princeton.
Regarding restaurants, I also tried to select places that were not too expensive.
Coffee & Delicacies
Small Works Coffee)
14 Witherspoon st
An institution at Princeton
House of Cupcakes
34 Witherspoon st
PJ's Pnacake House
154 Nassau St
The Bent Spoon
35 Palmer Square
Renowned for their artisanal ice cream and the use of local ingredients, there are also very good cupcakes.
where to eat ?
51 Witherspoon St
People come there more to taste French cuisine than a typical American dish. But how good it feels to savor a small duck confit and a delicious Grand Marnier soufflé in an American city.
Yankee Doodle Tap room
10 Palmer Square
Rather frequented by students and university professors when it opened in 1756, it is now a gastropub accessible to all. We go there for its historical charm. There are plenty of memories of life in Princeton (photo gallery with remarkable Princeton graduates ...) and the fresco painted by Norman Rockwell who gave his name to the place that can be found behind the bar.
242 Nassau St.
Princeton's renowned sandwich shop, this can be the quick fix for a picnic in the University Park or by the canal.
Princeton University store
114 Nassau st and 36 University pl
Princeton University Shop. This is where you will find T-shirts, caps, mugs ... bearing the image of the university.
Princeton Record Exchange
People travel there from New York to buy or trade records. With tens of thousands of articles, Princeton Record exchange is aimed at the general public as well as people looking for more sophisticated selections.
25 Palmer Square E,
Toy store as we dream of it: spacious, bright without being too big, with a great selection of brands and products. There are also books there and the store regularly organizes events for children.
Turning Basin Park
A great opportunity to walk along the canal or even on it. To do on foot, by bike or on a boat. For the more athletic, it is also possible to join Lake Carnegie to enjoy the academics during their rowing training.
Rent an ATV at Jay's Cycles
249 Nassau St
Rent a boat at Princeton Canoe Rental
483 Alexander St,
29 Greenview Ave, Princeton,
Another walking opportunity accessible on foot from the center. You will find in this cemetery some notable graves like that of Grover Cleveland, former President of the United States.
Mini museum on Albert Einstein (at the back of the Landau boutique)
102 Nassau St
Mini museum at the back of a shop, presenting photos, drawings and objects of Albert Einstein, Free access.
Princeton Battlefield State Park
500 Mercer Rd, Princeton,
Site of the Battle of Princeton during the American Revolutionary War.